Warehouse District Parking Lot Has Reopened
The Warehouse District Parking Lot at 180 E. 7th Street (SW corner, 6th Avenue and 7th Street) has reopened after more than a year of closure for the Downtown Links project. The lot is now 31 spaces, including two ADA spaces. Permits are available for $40/month, plus tax (total of $41.00) and the daily rate is $1.00/hour, Monday through Friday, 8:00am to 5:00pm. After 5:00pm, the flat rate is $3, Monday through Wednesday, and $5 Thursday through Sunday. The flat rate on weekend days until 5:00pm is $3. Enter Zone 520101 and your license plate number on the GoTucson Parking mobile app to make payment.
Park Tucson Office Hours
The Park Tucson office at 110 E. Pennington Street, #150 is open to the public, Monday through Friday, from 8:00am to 12:30pm and 1:30pm to 5:00pm. Due to staffing limitations, we are closed between 12:30pm and 1:30pm for lunch. 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)
Tucson Curb Management Study
|The Tucson Curb Framework Plan is a strategic evaluation of allocating curb space in Tucson, Arizona. This framework applies industry standards and defined metrics to allocating curb space and determining the trade-offs between various curb issues. As the curb ecosystem in Tucson continues to evolve, this Framework should be used to develop a curb environment that provides equitable access for all.|
Parking Enforcement in the Mercado District
Effective Monday, October 3, 2022, enforcement of the posted time limits for on-street parking began in the Mercado District. This enforcement will promote increased availability of parking for customers and visitors in the Mercado District. Click the map below to view the time limits for particular street segments.
Avoid Vehicle Immobilization -- Pay your outstanding Parking Tickets!
Drivers with three (3) or more unpaid City of Tucson parking citations are subject to having their vehicle immobilized until their unpaid citations are resolved. A Barnacle device is 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 Tucson 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.
City of Tucson Employees: New to the City or 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 the form to set up a payroll deduction for bicycle locker rental. Please fill out the same form if you are canceling your parking and the associated payroll deduction.
Upcoming Park Tucson Commission and Subcommittee meetings:
The Park Tucson Commission will meet on Tuesday, May 23, 2023, at 8:00am, virtually through Microsoft Teams.
The Park Tucson Commission Subcommittees have established standing meeting days and times:
The Business District Parking Subcommittee meets next on Tuesday, June 6, 2023 at 8:30am.
The Neighborhood and Residential Parking Subcommittee meets next on Tuesday, May 9, 2023 at 7:30am.
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, May 18, 2023 at 3:00pm.
The next meeting of the Marketing Subcommittee has not been scheduled.
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.
"Parking Update - News and Events" Email Updates
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