The On-street Paid Parking Map shows the locations of the 2-hour, 4-hour, and All Day on-street parking spaces that require payment within the Paid Parking Zone. It also shows on-street spaces that are reserved by permit for construction or special events.
Non-paid parking spaces are on the map as well. Some require permits to park in them, other spaces are time regulated for picking up or dropping off. Non-paid parking spaces are:
You can also see the different districts within the on-street Paid Parking Zone such as the Entertainment District and Congested District as well as individual block numbers.
The On-street Paid Parking Map is updated regularly with the most recent information we have available. Please verify time limit information on the payment device, payment app, or signs to make sure you are in compliance.
If you need help using the map, please see the On-street Paid Parking Map Guide.
Paid Parking Hours are:
Rates are set in the Spokane Municipal Code, Section 08.02.083C.
A wallet is a method of payment you can use to pay for parking, instead of using your credit or debit card every time you park. The City offers a discount for parkers who use wallets.
You can fund a wallet from the Passport App payment page,. The first time you purchase a wallet you are charged $20.00, then every time you park after that, you must select the wallet to pay for your parking session. Your parking session is deducted from your wallet total. Once your wallet runs low you can either fund another wallet or use another payment method. Unfortunately you cannot use the wallet and your credit card in one parking transaction. You can pay for a parking session with one payment option and then immediately extend your time with another payment option.
* If the above holiday falls on a Sunday, the immediately following Monday is an observed holiday.
If you do not recognize a charge on your credit or debit card and believe someone is using your card number to pay for parking, please contact the credit card company or bank who issued the card, and notify them of fraudulent activity.
You funded a Passport wallet instead of paying a single parking session by credit card. You can confirm this by visiting "My Account" and tapping "Payment" to see what payment methods you have listed on your account. See "What is a Passport Wallet" to learn about wallets.
If you purchased a wallet in error, and do not want one, please email firstname.lastname@example.org; be prepared to provide your name or customer ID and the transaction number associated with the wallet purchase.
If a meter is bagged, it is reserved, and you should not park in that spot unless it is your bag.
If you are unable to pay with coin, card or the app at a meter or kiosk you should not park in that spot. We would also appreciate knowing there is a problem with a meter or kiosk if you have time to report it, so we can fix the issue.
The City does not refund cash lost in payment devices due to the inability to verify the time, date or legitimacy of coin used to pay for parking.
Wait for the charges to go from "Processing" to "Completed" or "Settled". Once the multiple charges have gone through, contact 3‑1‑1 and they will walk you through the next steps. Please Note: The City CANNOT refund any charges that have not completed processing.
The maximum timestay of the meter is the longest amount of time you are allowed to park at that meter (2, 4, or all day) before you have to move your car. Feeding the meter past the maximum timestay even with a different form of payment is a violation of the Spokane Municipal Code. If you are caught feeding the meter, you may receive a citation.
The Spokane Municipal Code, Section 16A.05.310D, states once you have stayed the maximum time allowed by the parking payment device or by posted signage, you must move your vehicle off the block face. A block face is one side of a block between road intersections. Pulling into a stall on the same block face could result in a ticket.
There is no charge for parking with a valid disabled plate or placard; however, there is a time limit for how long the vehicle can park.
Free disabled parking is limited to 4 hours at 2 hour and 4 hour meters; otherwise there is no time limit at the meters.
No. Disabled veteran plates do not have the same qualifications for issuance as disabled placards or plates. You must have a disabled placard, plate, or registration tab sticker in order to park for free at a parking payment device or in a marked disabled space.
The Downtown Spokane Partnership has a map of parking lots and rates.