The Ann Arbor DDA works to promote downtown vitality. An important strategy is the encouragement of a menu of transportation choices for downtown visitors, residents, customers, employees, and others, who can select their preferred means to come downtown based on factors such as cost, convenience, and environmental interests. Use the interactive map to find locations and information about downtown parking and transportation options.
Click on a lot or structure on the map above to see the number of available hourly parking spaces and rates.
Ann Arbor Art Fair July 19-22 2018
Enjoy artists displaying their latest work and engaging the imaginations of fairgoers– full of sound, color, texture and beauty. More on the Fair here: http://artfairs.visitannarbor.org/
Special Event Rates
$15.00/ full day
$7.00/ after 5 pm
Note regarding Ann Ashley Structure
We hope you have been taking advantage of the pilot program offering free Saturday morning parking during nearby construction.
Please note that during Art Fair, including on Saturday, July 21, the Ann Ashley structure will be operating with a special event flat rate. The parking rate will be $15/entry ($7 after 5pm.)
Getting downtown by bus!
Downtown Ann Arbor is accessible by public transit operated by TheRide. TheRide operates public transportation services in the greater Ann Arbor-Ypsilanti area. It’s easy to get to and from downtown using the bus. Learn more about riding the bus and how to plan your trip.
Seasonal On-Street Bike Parking
On-street bike racks accommodate up to fourteen bikes bringing an additional ninety-eight spots to the downtown neighborhoods. Locations include:
Zingerman’s Deli – 419 Detroit Street
People’s Food Co-op, 216 N. Fourth Ave.
Spencer, 113 E. Liberty Street
Bivouac, 336 S. State Street
Ann Arbor District Library, 343 S. Fifth Ave.
Bill’s Beer Garden, 218 S. Ashley Street
Mighty Good Coffee, 217 N. Main
Are you a downtown employee? You may be eligible for unlimited bus rides through the getDowntown program’s go!Pass. Participating downtown employers offer bus passes to employees. The DDA provides substantial funds in support of the getDowntown program, as well as 95% of the cost of funding for go!Passes since 2001.
Everything you need to know about parking in Ann Arbor can be found in the Ann Arbor Field Guide to Parking (pdf)
Public parking meters are enforced Monday through Saturday, 8am-6pm. Cost is $1.70/hour. Free on evenings, Sundays and all federal holidays observed by City employees. We understand those holidays to be: New Year’s Eve Day (after 12 p.m.), New Year’s Day, Martin Luther King Jr. Day, Presidents Day, Good Friday (after 12 p.m.), Memorial Day, Independence Day, Labor Day, Veterans Day, Thanksgiving Day and the following Friday, Christmas Eve Day (after 12 p.m.), and Christmas Day. Visit the Republic Parking website for information on meter payment options. Click here for epark kiosk payment instructions.
There are currently wait lists for standard (24/7) permits at all locations. Call 734-997-1310 or email firstname.lastname@example.org to be added to the lists, and we will contact you when a space becomes available.
There is immediate availability for the Limited/Overnight monthly parking permits. These permits are $30/month and provide parking 3:30 pm – 9:00 am Monday-Friday, and all day on the weekends and certain holidays. They are available at the following locations: 1st & Washington, Forest, 4th & William, Liberty Square, Ann Ashley & Library Lane. Contact the DDA at 734-997-1310 or email@example.com to get additional information or to sign up for a permit.
Accessible Parking – Map
Businesses that Validate Parking – List
For parking information please contact Republic Parking at 734-761-7235. www.rpsa2.com