ParkFlag brought in over 700-thousand dollars of revenue in Fiscal Year 2018. ParkFlag parking manager John Portillo told the Flagstaff City Council Tuesday around 51-percent of the money made from downtown parking came on Friday, Saturday and Sunday. The revenue was cut short by the expenses, which was over 640-thousand dollars, which Portillo says will go down in future years because most of the expense went to kiosks and system implementation. There are over 12-thousand transactions a week, which brings in 23-thousand dollars a week. ParkFlag has also given out over 86-hundred warnings and 14-hundred citations since paid parking was implemented. ParkFlag officials say revenue will top one-million dollars by years end. Through April 2018, around 140-thousand dollars has been set aside for future parking inventory. Downtown Business Alliance Director Terry Madeksza told council about a recent survey that had 80 responses. She says some businesses said they have seen a slow fall and winter due to Beaver Street construction and a warm winter. Others say they are experiencing a great year because ParkFlag has opened up more spaces for consumers to park and shop. Madeksza did tell council they want to do more to reach out to locals to get them back to downtown after leaving when paid parking went into effect.