Downtown Parking and Pedestrian Maps
- The downtown "Walk" map is intended to be a guide for pedestrians. The map contains major downtown Ann Arbor landmarks, parking structures, public buildings and a downtown business guide.
- The Ann Arbor DDA Parking System maps gives an overview of the parking meter, lot, and structure locations managed by the DDA.
Motorcycle/Moped Scooter Parking is currently available free of charge in designated areas throughout the DDA District and The UofM Campus. Locations include: in the Fourth and William structure (off the Fourth Avenue entrance), in the Maynard Structure (off Thompson St. entrance), in Forest structure (off of Forest) and in the Ann and Ashley structure (off of Ashley St). See the map below for additional parking options. Where available, moped spaces are equipped with eyebolts, which can be used for securing the scooter. For more information please call Joe Morehouse at (734) 994-6697.
>> Moped and Motorcycle Parking Options Map (pdf)
- >>Bike Parking Locations in the DDA (pdf)
- >>Bike parking locations on U of M campus (pdf)
- Disability Resources - All are welcome in downtown Ann Arbor! If you need parking for the disabled, please reference this map for available locations. All parking structures have barrier free elevators and all parking lots and curb side parking are near sloped entries to sidewalks.
The Ann Arbor Downtown Development District encompasses all or part of 66 city blocks, or approximately 271 acres, of which 80 acres are public rights-of-way.
Historic Districts Map
An important aspect of downtown Ann Arbor's identity is its history, which is celebrated in its numerous older and historic buildings. These buildings are of a "human scale"� and make downtown Ann Arbor distinctive, attractive and user-friendly. All or part of nine historic districts and 49 historic buildings are located within DDA boundaries.
Other Downtown Maps
- Land Use (PDF)
- Public and Private Development FAR (PDF)
- Floodplain and Floodway (PDF)
- Building Footprints (PDF)