|DOWNTOWN PARKING DOES EXIST!
|Parking is an important, though often neglected, element of the urban transportation system. It plays a key role in mode choice and travel behavior, consumes a large amount of urban land, and has significant direct and indirect impacts on the environment. Policies that establish amounts and costs of parking are usually made solely by local government, but often have regional impacts.
The purpose of a parking system, again, is to encourage more frequent turnover in a concentrated urban area. The parking system in Downtown St. Cloud also helps to secure funding for ongoing maintenance and future projects such as ramp expansions or new parking ramps.
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|Reasonably priced – $.50 per hour (varies by ramp)
Evenings & Weekends FREE!
Click on the following link to find a Downtown Parking Map.
Hours of Enforcement
|General Guidelines for Parking Permits
|“A” Permits – Stalls are designated with a square red sticker on the meter. If no meter is present, signs are posted to indicate “A” parking. “A” permit holders may also park at meters with white stickers in lots 5, 8, 9 and 10.
“B” Permits – Stalls are designated with a white sticker on the meter. If no meter is present, signs are posted to indicate “B” parking.
You will be ticketed for “Expired Meter” if you park at a meter with no sticker on it and you fail to insert coins in the meter.
Where to Display Your Permit
Part-time Employee Option
Contract Parking is Also Available
Where to Purchase Your Permit
For Concerns, Complaints and Suggestions regarding Parking