The goal of ParkingSLC.com is to provide downtown visitors with the information needed to find easy and convenient parking in the appropriate place, based on their needs and to learn about the new and improved options for paying for parking.
We surveyed 406 residents in Salt Lake and Davis County in the summer of 2013 and found overwhelmingly positive perceptions of the changes in parking downtown. Download the survey here.
Parking at a meter can be more expensive than parking in a garage or lot, where there are also less time restrictions. Essentially, you pay for the convenience of a space on-street close to your destination. Parking on-street is in the highest demand and is also the most limited. In fact, there are 10 times as many garage and lot spots as on-street spots.
Drivers who plan to be downtown for more than 2 hours should plan on parking in a garage or lot, not on the street. On-street parking should be open and available for people who need to run errands or shop in a relatively short amount of time – under two hours.
With improved payment technology that the new meter system and the Quick Pay smartphone app provides, visiting and parking downtown is as easy as 1, 2, 3. So get in your car, take a drive, and park it. Then enjoy yourself as you visit downtown Salt Lake City!
Salt Lake City, UTA, RDA, the Salt Lake Chamber & Downtown Alliance, and UDOT collaborated on the development of a Downtown Transportation Master Plan, dubbed "Downtown in Motion." These organizations and a team of consultants completed a comprehensive, coordinated, long-term transportation strategy for downtown Salt Lake City that covers all interrelated elements of the transportation system over the next 25 years. The plan incorporates input from a comprehensive public process and contains recommendations for mobility improvements for pedestrians, bicyclists, automobiles, buses, light rail and commuter rail operations. The plan complements Salt Lake City's land use policy, and focuses on solutions that are easy to understand, accessible, affordable and adoptable, in response to the tremendous growth currently underway and forecasted to continue.
212 East 600 South
Salt Lake City, Utah
Phone: (801) 535-6628
Hours: 8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.
Learn about parking enforcement information, such as compliance and ordinances for different parts of Salt Lake City. The goal of the Parking Enforcement Department is to educate the public concerning parking policies and regulations, promote traffic and pedestrian safety and ensure the proper and the efficient flow of traffic moving throughout the city.
Click here for an interactive Ordinance Map.
Additional ordiannce and enfocement information is available at slcgov.com