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Parking Categories
Carpool symbol  Carpool
Paid parking symbol  Paid
Restricted parking symbol  RPZ
time limit symbol  Time Limited
No parking symbol  No Parking
Unrestricted parking symbol  Unrestricted
Parking Signs
vehicle load symbol  Vehicle Load
paid parking symbol  Paid Parking
no parking sign symbol  No Parking
RPZ symbol  RPZ
time limit symbol  Time Limit
other symbol  Other
Peak Hour No Parking
AM Symbol  AM Restrictions
AMPM Symbol  AM\PM Restrictions
AMPM Symbol  PM Restrictions

Addresses Eligible for RPZ Permits
Restricted parking eligibility symbol

Temporary No Parking
Temporary no parking symbol
Garages and Lots
facilities symbol

epark symbol
Real time open space counts available

This map shows on- and off-street parking facilities and information with special focus on short-term parking in downtown and in neighborhood business districts, and eligibility for restricted parking zones.

help Locations of off street parking that provide the public parking with fees

help Shows most common parking in a public right of way

help Locations of city parking signs with sign text

help Locations of temporary no parking

help Shows blocks where no parking and no stops are allowed during specified times of the day
help Identifies blocks where addresses may qualify for zone permit

2 Hour Rate      Name
Click on a street parking line to get information about the parking along that block.

SDOT provides this map as a public service intended for informational purposes only. You may find construction projects, traffic, or other events that have caused conditions to differ from the map. Drivers should always comply with signage and regulations within public right-of-way. SDOT is not responsible for any violations of law committed in reliance on the Map.

For garages and lots rates, hours and other info, click in center of   icon.

For street parking signs, click on the grey lines along that block.

You can enter a specific address, intersection or Seattle landmark to zoom to that location, e.g., Seattle Municipal Tower, 700 5th Ave, or 5th Ave / Columbia St

To zoom to specific neighborhood, use drop-down neighborhood selector.

Keyboard shortcuts:

  • Single click to see parking information
  • SHIFT + Drag the mouse to zoom in
  • SHIFT + CTRL + Drag the mouse to zoom out
  • SHIFT + Click to recenter
  • Double Click to Center and Zoom in
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  • Use arrow keys to pan
  • Use + key to zoom in a level
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Frequently Asked Questions

Where does this information come from?
The map pulls parking info from the City's asset management system. The parking signs and garage and lot locations are updated nightly. The rates and hours for garages and lots are updated monthly. There may be a time lag between sign installation and record data entry; consequently, the map may not reflect on- the-ground reality. Always comply with city parking rules and regulations.

Is there a mobile app for this?
SDOT is not currently developing a mobile application. We do plan on making the street parking and garages and lots data available to developers as part of the City's Open Data Initiative, should anyone choose to create an application.

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