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Visitor, Residential, ADA & Winter Parking

Until the paid parking program is in effect, the week of September 20, 2021, street parking in the downtown core will remain free.

If you are a Visitor, you are welcome to park in the following areas:

Street Parking

Currently free in the downtown core. Please note that due to COVID-19 our Front St. parking is closed for pedestrian traffic.

The week of September 20, 2021, we will be launching the on-street parking meters, and parking will be PAID. You can pay at the meter or via an app on your smart phone. For more information, head over to our Parking Apps and Paying for Parking page.

Paid Parking Lots

Visitors can park in any of our four paid parking lots. Kiosks accept Visa, MasterCard, and Discover. We do not accept American Express at this time. Please see our Parking Lot information page for more info on each lot.

Free Parking Lots

We have three parking lots that are currently free. Please see the map below for locations, and check out our Parking Lot information page for more info on each lot.

Residential parking is for residents of the City. Please respect our neighborhoods and residents by parking in one of the options listed above.

15-Minute Grace Period

Each parking stall in a parking lot or on-street at the meter is equipped with a sensor that tells us when a stall is occupied or not. This also allows us to see who hasn’t paid and who has. 

But because we know sometimes you just need to run into the shop to grab something quickly, or pick up to-go food, we’ve put a 15-minute delay on the alert that a vehicle hasn’t paid yet. 

Here is a handy Google map of the City Parking Lots for reference:

15-minutes

If you are a Resident:

Residential parking is for residents. However, we realize that the Parking Residential Area is impacted by anyone who parks in the residential neighborhoods. For this reason, in 2021 residents of each zone will have the opportunity to become a Parking Zone and the City will designate parking stalls and install signage with zone restrictions on timed parking for those who are not residents. For more information on how to apply as a neighborhood, please contact the parking team here.

 

If you ave an ADA placard:

The City of Leavenworth offers ADA placard parking in both our parking lots and on-street parking.

Placard parking is free on City streets, however vehicles must comply with limitations stated on City issued signs.

ADA parking in lots is paid.

Winter Street Parking Restriction

Help us make our streets safer and more drivable this winter! 

There is NO PARKING on City streets from November 15 to March 15, between 3:00 AM and 7:00 AM. This restriction applies no matter what the weather or snow conditions.

If you leave your vehicle on a city street during the dates and times above, you might get a parking ticket, or get towed. To read the official code, click here

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