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Temporary Parking Changes: Free street parking & lifting time limit restrictions

Today Mayor Durkan announced we will temporarily eliminate paid and time-limited street parking rules to support residents staying healthy at home and essential workers. “To improve access to parking for the City’s essential workers, residents remaining at home, or residents visiting essential services, we can provide a small relief for… [ Keep reading ]

Temporary changes to parking regulations remain in effect until further notice

On March 21 we announced temporary changes to how we manage and enforce parking in the city as parking needs have changed in recent weeks. These changes will remain in effect until further notice. Working with the Seattle Police Department and Mayor Jenny Durkan, we’ve found ways to adapt the… [ Keep reading ]

We will temporarily ease parking regulations beginning today

We are temporarily making some changes to how we manage and enforce parking in the city. We’ve seen how parking needs have changed, and we want to do everything we can to make sure that our parking rules support people’s and businesses’ needs. “These changes show how across the City… [ Keep reading ]

Take-out pick up zones coming today

Updated 3/30/20 with information about new #SupportSeattleSmallBiz map We’re installing temporary load zones in support of local restaurants that are transitioning to take-out and delivery only service. “Our small businesses, particularly restaurants, are bearing the brunt of our efforts to combat this pandemic. By facilitating easier takeout for restaurants, we… [ Keep reading ]

Everything You Need to Know to Park Like a Pro

Hot of the presses, our 2017 Annual Paid Parking Study is ready for your reading enjoyment! During the spring, we were hard at work collecting paid parking occupancy data to inform updates to parking rates and hours throughout the city, now all neatly packaged in the study. Our Performance-Based Parking… [ Keep reading ]