The Park Tucson office at 110 E. Pennington Street, #150 has reopened to the public.
Our current office hours are Monday through Friday, 8:00am to 12:30pm and 1:30pm to 5:00pm.
Park Tucson is happy to see you in person again. We ask you to join us in keeping yourself and others safe when you visit our office. Per Mayor Romero's order on July 28, 2021, "anyone entering a city facility must wear a face mask". In order to enter the Park Tucson lobby, you must wear a face covering over your nose and mouth. Staff will provide a mask for you if you do not have one. We also ask you to take your temperature at our self-check station to the left as you enter the lobby. Hand sanitizer is available in the lobby from a no-touch dispenser, and floor decals indicate where to stand in order to maintain social distancing.
We appreciate your cooperation in keeping yourself, our staff, other guests, and our community safe.
You may continue to contact us by telephone at (520) 791-5071 or by e-mail: ParkTucson@tucsonaz.gov.
Parking Maps - Lots, Garages and Meter Locations
- Interactive Parking Map of the Downtown, 4th Avenue, and Main Gate Areas (web-based)
- Map of Parking and Attractions along the Sun Link Streetcar Route (pdf)
City of Tucson Employees: Returning to the office Downtown and need monthly parking?
Fill out and submit this form to select your parking location and set up your payroll deduction. You may also use this form if you are canceling your parking and the associated payroll deduction.
Take-Out Parking Zones in the City Center
Park Tucson has established special temporary Take-out Parking Only zones in front of restaurants in Downtown, 4th Avenue, Main Gate Square, and the Mercado District to make it easy for customers to pick up meals from these restaurants. Parking is free of charge in these special zones and is limited to 15 minutes to accommodate as many customers as possible.
These special zones will continue indefinitely. While restaurants are now allowed to provide dine-in service, they are likely to continue to rely on take-out service. Click on an image to enlarge map.
Vehicle Immobilization of Citation "Scofflaws" Has Begun
Park Tucson has begun immobilizing vehicles belonging to individuals with three (3) or more unpaid parking citations, effective Monday, August 9. A Barnacle device will be installed on the front windshield, preventing the driver from seeing through the windshield, making driving impossible. The immobilization device will be promptly removed with notification from City Court that full payment of outstanding citation fines and fees, or partial payment with an approved payment plan, has been made. If you have three or more unpaid citations, please act quickly to contact Tucson City Court (520-791-4216) to address the outstanding fines and fees.
Commuter & Student On-street Parking Permits Now Available for Purchase On-line
Commuter & Student on-street annual parking permits are now available for purchase for the 2021-2022 year (August 1, 2021 to July 31, 2022). Here is the link to the on-line portal.
Permits will only be available for sale ON-LINE. They will not be available for purchase at the Park Tucson office or by telephone.
Upcoming Park Tucson Commission and Subcommittee meetings:
The Park Tucson Commission will meet on Tuesday, October 27, 2021, at 7:30am, virtually through Microsoft Teams. Click here for the meeting notice and agenda.
The Park Tucson Commission Subcommittees have established standing meeting days and times:
The Business District Parking Subcommittee meets in the second week of each month. The subcommittee meets next on Tuesday, October 12, 2021 at 8:30am.
The Neighborhood and Residential Parking Subcommittee meets next on Friday, October 22, 2021 at 7:30am. Click here for the meeting notice and agenda.
The Finance and Capital Needs Subcommittee meets on the Thursday prior to the Park Tucson Commission meeting. The next meeting of the subcommittee is Thursday, October 21, 2021 at 3:00pm.
The Marketing Subcommittee will meet next on Wednesday, November 17, 2021, at 4:00pm.
News and Updates
Park Safely Near Sun Link Streetcar
It’s important for motorists to park correctly in street spaces adjacent to the streetcar tracks. All parts of your vehicle – including tires and side mirror – must be within the marked white lines of the parking space. Park in a way that blocks the path of the streetcar and you may pay a fine, towing costs, and impound fees.
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