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Visitors to Downtown Redmond may park on-street for the specified signed time limit (1, 2 or 3 hour)9:00am to 5:00pm, Monday through Friday. On-street parking is unlimited before 9:00am and after5:00pm weekdays, throughout weekends and holidays. In addition to on-street parking, we suggestspeaking with your building management about use of visitor parking.
Parking is available for specified signed time limits (1, 2 or 3 hour), with some exceptions including 15-minute load/unload as signed. Restrictions are in effect 9:00am to 5:00pm, Monday through Friday,excluding weekends and holidays.
Several types of loading and unloading activities, including loading or unloading from private vehicles (suchas personal or company cars or trucks), and loading or unloading from commercial delivery/movingvehicles is excluded from the parking enforcement ordinance when the vehicle is clearly identified for thatuse.
Parking time limits are actively enforced by Redmond’s contracted parking enforcement agency. Violationsare issued to vehicles exceeding the posted maximum parking time. Parking violations are $29, payable tothe King County District Court.
Yes, to a street with a different name than the street the vehicle was originally parked on. No person mayre-park a vehicle on either side of the same street to extend the vehicle’s parking time beyond the timelimits established. A vehicle shall be deemed to be re-parked and in violation despite any movement of thevehicle unless the vehicle is moved to a street with a different street name than the street the vehicle wasoriginally parked on.
Time-limited parking creates parking space turnover and creates customer access to Downtownbusinesses. There are approximately 800 parking spaces in the Downtown enforcement area, and far morecustomers, residents, and businesses competing for the finite amount of spaces.
No, the Transit Center Park-and-Ride structure is for transit riders, carpoolers, and vanpoolers only.Enforcement by King County Metro is posted at the facility. For Park-and-Ride questions please contactKing County Metro at 206-553-3000.
Parking permits are available for monthly or annual purchase by calling Diamond Parking at 425-556-2433, option 1. A permit is $50 per month or $600 per year, credit/debit cards accepted. Monthly permits aredelivered via mail.
Yes, annual permits are available, or you may set-up a reoccurring purchase and the permit will beautomatically charged and mailed to you each month. Purchase by calling Diamond Parking at425-556-2433, option 1.
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Disabled parking, with a valid disabled parking permit, is available on street for unlimited use except fordesignated loading and no parking zones. If you are visiting a Downtown business, disabled parkingshould also be available there. To obtain a disabled parking permit please visithttp://www.dol.wa.gov/vehicleregistration/parking.html or contact 360-902-3770.
Business owners/managers are encouraged to monitor and enforce their on-site parking.
City Hall Campus parking is available for visitors of City Hall, Redmond Senior Center or the Public SafetyBuilding only. City Hall Campus parking is monitored and enforced.
Yes, the Redmond Central Connecter Public Parking lot located at 7541 Leary Way NE at the corner to BearCreek Parkway and Leary Way (entrance on Bear Creek Parkway), four hours free, or $5 for all day. Paystation accepts, $1s, $5s and credit cards, no change given. Place receipt face up on vehicle dashboard.Free evenings after 7pm and weekends. See Downtown Redmond Parking Map for other available lots inDowntown.
For more City of Redmond Downtown on-street parking information, please contact 425-556-2433 or email email@example.com.
For Park and Ride questions, please contact King Country Metro at 206-553-3000.
For questions or help at the Redmond Central Connector Public Parking lot, please contact Diamond Parking at 425-462-4208, location WG16.
For disabled parking permits, contact the Washington State Department of Licensing at 360-902-3770.
For King County District Court questions, please contact 206-205-9200.