Our superior parking services often attract media attention, and we’re always eager to share in-house news about our employees and the company’s activities.
Below you’ll find links to stories that provide the latest updates on LAZ Parking, industry insight, and some uplifting announcements that speak to the culture of LAZ Parking.
Alan Lazowski’s national parking empire took a hit over the past year amid the COVID-19 pandemic, but his influence in Hartford has only grown.
Newly opened Reentry Welcome Center in Wooster Square will be a resource center to bring together human services professionals and ex-offenders immediately after their release. LAZ is doing its part to help formerly incarcerated New Haveners get back on their feet.
LAZ Benefits introduces a program proven to increase engagement in employee health, yielding improvements in physical, mental and emotional well-being.
LAZ Parking's collaboration with Hartford HealthCare has the potential to double Hartford Hospital's weekly COVID-19 testing at the Connecticut Convention Center.
Al Lazowski Honored at What You Do Matters 2020 New York Virtual Event.
Andi Campbell one of four LAZ Employees Recognized by the National Parking Association.
Alan Lazowski recently spoke on Police Accountability legislation at a press conference held by state Treasurer Shawn Wooden in Hartford, Connecticut on Monday, July 27, 2020.
We stand with the Black Lives Matter movement and its global network to bring justice, healing and freedom to black people and all people across our nation and the globe.
As businesses begin to open back up, commuters question the safety of crowded public transportation. LAZ President, Jeff Karp, suggests a flexible parking pass for Boston workers.
Parking is a close-knit industry and it is about people helping people.
It’s something landlords and tenants alike are trying to figure out: how to screen workers for the coronavirus as economies restart and offices begin filling up again. Alan Lazowski thinks the solution isn’t in the lobby. Its outside, in the parking garage.
LAZ has seen “a small uptick in traffic” since the state started reopening businesses enough that it has called 12 employees back to work most parking executives expect the industry to remain damaged for months to come.
Founded in 1981 by three college-age students, LAZ Parking has blossomed into a corporate force in the competitive parking industry while still maintaining its family touch.
Our team of caring and compassionate healthcare professionals are available to provide hospitals with support service options as we all work together to respond to COVID-19.
We created the Guiding Leadership Principles to help leaders through this challenging COVID-19 crisis.
LAZ Parking CEO, Alan Lazowski, was interviewed on WFSB on how the COVID-19 crisis is impacting the parking industry.
We can all breathe a bit more easily now knowing that our valued LAZ Family members who have been furloughed will have their State Unemployment benefits increased significantly by a supplemental plan funded by our Federal Government.
The National Parking Association, in a letter sent to Congressional leadership and President Trump, has requested an initial $5 billion allocation to stabilize this industry. The industry is looking to federal leadership to make our employees whole and expand unemployment benefits as close to 100 percent as possible, with an income guarantee for employees.
The National Parking Association (NPA) salutes the administration and Congress for its strong and committed response to the American people and business community in the face of the Coronavirus to mitigate its direct and indirect economic impact on our citizens.
Establishes Employee Relief Fund to Support Temporarily Reduced Employees.