I live in Downtown Redmond. Where can my visitors park?

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 after
5:00pm weekdays, throughout weekends and holidays. In addition to on-street parking, we suggest
speaking with your building management about use of visitor parking.

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1. Where can I park in Downtown Redmond?
2. I live in Downtown Redmond. Where can my visitors park?
3. How long can I park on the street in Downtown Redmond?
4. What happens if I park too long?
5. Can I move my car after the signed time limit to avoid a ticket?
6. Why does the City of Redmond have time-limited parking?
7. Can I park at the Transit Center Park-and-Ride if I’m not taking transit?
8. How do I purchase an on-street parking permit?
9. I’d like to purchase a year-long permit. Can I do that?
10. My employer does not provide parking. What are my options?
11. I have a disability and am not able to walk far distances. Where should I park?
12. There are unauthorized people parking in my parking lot. What do I do about that?
13. Can I park at City Hall?
14. Are there public parking lots available?
15. Who do I contact if I have questions or concerns about parking?