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Heading Downtown for Holiday Shopping or a Show?

Let SDOT’s e-Park signs help you get on your way with quick and convenient parking options. These near real-time parking signs inform drivers how many open spaces are available in certain parking garages and can save drivers time from circling the city while searching for parking. Since this summer, we have nearly doubled the number of e-Park signs throughout Seattle. E-Park is always a handy parking option tool if you’re headed to a holiday party, shopping around downtown or visiting the waterfront.

For a mobile-friendly version of e-park, you can bookmark this link to follow when you’re in and around Seattle.


When parking on Seattle streets, proper parking helps accommodate the needs of all users. For a guide to on-street parking, check out our Can I Park Here? brochure. This guide outlines parking restrictions and explanations of different parking signs.


To access more comprehensive guide, SDOT also provides a Parking Map which shows on-and-off street parking facilities including Restricted Parking Zones, Temporary No Park Zones, e-Park locations in the downtown sector. Reminder: On-street pay parking is free on Christmas Day!

For more information, please visit on our parking page or call us at (206) 684-ROAD.