Park Tucson, the City of Tucson's Parking Manager

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The Park Tucson office at 110 E. Pennington Street, #150 has reopened to the public, effective Monday, April 5, 2021.    Our current office hours are Monday through Friday, 8:00am to 12:30pm and 1:30pm to 5:00pm.

When you visit our public lobby, we ask that you wear a face covering over your nose and mouth, and you must take your temperature at our self-check station to the left as you enter the lobby.  Your body temperature reading must not exceed 100.4 degrees F. for you to remain in the Park Tucson lobby to conduct business.  If it does exceed 100.4 degrees F., we ask you to exit the lobby and contact us for service another way.  If you do not have a face covering, we will provide you with one.  Hand sanitizer is available in the lobby from a no-touch dispenser, and we have floor decals indicating 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:


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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.


Upcoming Park Tucson Commission meetings:

The Park Tucson Commission will meet on Tuesday, May 25, 2021, at 8:00am, virtually through Microsoft Teams.  Click here for the meeting notice and agenda.

Subcommittee Meetings:

The Park Tucson Commission Subcommittees have established standing meeting days and times:

  • The Business District Parking Subcommittee meets on the first Tuesday of each month at 8:30am.  The subcommittee meets next on Tuesday, June 1, 2021.  
  • The Neighborhood and Residential Parking Subcommittee meets on the second Tuesday of each month at 7:30am.  The subcommittee meets next on Tuesday, May 11, 2021.    
  • 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 20, 2021.  
  • The Marketing Subcommittee's next meeting date is to be determined.


Commuter/Student On-Street Annual Permits are On Sale, ON-LINE

Commuter/Student annual parking permits are now on sale, ON-LINE or through the GoTucson Parking mobile app.  The Park Tucson office is currently closed to the public, so there will be no in-person permit purchases at this time.   All permits are available for sale on a first-come, first-served basis. 

Link to Commuter/Student Parking Permit On-line Portal

After setting up your account, you will need to upload copies of your valid driver's license and vehicle registration when you make your parking location selection, then enter your payment information.  Once Park Tucson staff has approved the application, the payment will be processed and you will receive a confirmation.  Click here for more information on the program. 


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. 



Parking Lots and Garages Location Maps

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)

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.

Customer Service


Parked in a Park Tucson garage or lot recently? Provide feedback with our Parking Experience Survey