- Marine Parking Garage: Available
- Downtown Transportation Center: Unavailable – contact Parks & Recreation to be added to the wait list.
Effective Monday, January 9, level three of the Downtown Transportation Center parking garage will be restricted to legislative parking permit holders only. This restriction will remain in effect through the 2023 legislative session.
Marine Park Plaza Closed for Seasonal Winter Parking
Due to construction at Marine Park, seasonal parking will not be available in the Marine Park Plaza parking lot this winter. Citations will be issued for unauthorized parking.
Parking Fee Increase
The costs of monthly and annual parking permits increased on July 1, 2022 and incremental increases will continue the following three years. For more information, read the Parking Fee Changes FAQs here.
Parking fees for the Downtown Transit Center and Marine Parking Garage have been restructured. The costs of monthly and annual parking permits increased on July 1, 2022 and incremental increases will continue the following three years. Parks & Recreation Director George Schaaf presented at the Public Works & Facilities Committee on April 11, 2022. Read his memo and see his presentation on the Parking Management Fund Balance here.
The fees to park at the two garages have not increased for more than a decade, though the cost of operating the facilities continues to rise. Between fiscal years 2015 and 2022, increases in utilities, insurance, maintenance, and contractual services drove a 33% increase in operating costs. Revenue has remained relatively flat since 2015, except for a decline in FY20 due to the pandemic.
The cost for hourly parking at the Marine Parking Garage, Shoppers Lot, and North Franklin Lot is remaining the same at $.75 per hour.
- Permit parking is only available at the Downtown Transportation Center parking garage (DTC, 100 Main St.), the Marine Parking Garage (MPG, 290 Marine Way) and may be available seasonally (November – April) at the Marine Park Plaza (Main St. between Marine Park and the Marine Parking Garage.)
- Permits are facility-specific: DTC permits are only valid at the Downtown Transportation Center parking garage and MPG Permits are only valid at the Marine Parking Garage.
- Permits are in the form of a paper hangtag, which must be visibly displayed on your rear view mirror with the expiration date facing the front of your vehicle, as indicated on the permit.
- Permits are transferrable between vehicles.
- Permits may be purchased in weekly, monthly or yearly increments.
- Cost for a parking permit is: $20 per week; $70 per month; $770 per year plus tax.
- You may purchase a permit in the Parks & Recreation office, located in Room 218 of City Hall, Monday – Friday, 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
Permit Waitlist Information
At this time, there is a waitlist for the Downtown Transportation Center (DTC).
If you’d like to be added to the parking permit waitlist, please contact Parks and Recreation at (907) 586-5226, send an email to to [email protected] or come see us in suite 218 at City Hall.
We will continue to renew existing parking permits in both facilities, although current permit holders must renew their parking permits within five business days of the date of expiration. If a permit is not renewed within five business days and that parking facility is at capacity, the permit holder loses the option to renew that permit. Any citations received for parking with an expired permit will not be dismissed.
Downtown Transportation Center Parking Garage
100 Main Street
- $70+ tax for a monthly permit
- $770+ tax for a year permit
- DTC permits are only valid for parking in the Downtown Transportation Center parking garage.
- During the legislative session, the entire 3rd floor of the DTC garage is reserved for legislative parking.
Marine Parking Garage
290 Marine Way, below the Downtown Public Library
- $70+ tax for a monthly permit
- $770+ tax for a year permit
- MPG permits are valid for parking in the Marine Parking Garage and for seasonal parking in the Marine Park Plaza.
- Not valid for hourly parking spaces (spaces 5-23), Library Parking spaces (spaces A-V), and other spaces prohibited by sign or device.
- Due to construction at Marine Park, seasonal parking will not be available in the Marine Park Plaza parking lot this winter for MPG permit holders. Citations will be issued for unauthorized parking.
- On-street parking is limited to a maximum of two consecutive hours per day during the enforcement hours of Monday – Friday, 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., unless otherwise restricted by a sign or device.
- Payment or registration is not required.
- Please note that on-street parking is limited to two consecutive hours per day. If you’ve already parked on-street once during a day, you will need to park in an hourly parking area if you come downtown again.
- You must pay to park Monday – Friday, 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. (excluding holidays.)
- Cost is 75¢ per hour, and payments must be made in hourly increments.
- Method of payment is pay-by-space via cash or coin. Checks and credit cards are not accepted.
- Deposit payment in pay box, located near the entrance of each hourly parking area.
- No receipt is given.
Parking Lots Available
- Shopper’s Lot (corner of Main St. and Egan Dr.)
- North Franklin Lot (corner of North Franklin St. and Second St.)
- Marine Parking Garage spaces 5-25 only (MPG, 290 Marine Way.)
ADA Placard or ADA License Parking
- ON-STREET: There is no fee or registration for parking in an on-street ADA space, although time is limited to four hours. There is no fee or time limit for parking in a general on-street parking space, unless time is restricted by signage (for example, parking in a 15-minute loading zone.) You must have your ADA placard properly displayed or have an ADA license plate on your vehicle.
- OFF-STREET HOURLY: There is no fee or registration for parking in an off-street hourly ADA space; although you must have your ADA placard properly displayed or have an ADA license plate on your vehicle. You must pay to park in a general hourly parking space. Parking spaces are designated by space numbers.
- OFF-STREET IN A PARKING GARAGE: There is no fee or permit needed to park in an ADA space in either parking garage. You must have your ADA placard properly displayed or have an ADA license plate on your vehicle if you are parking in an ADA space.
Electric Vehicle Charging
- Electric vehicle charging stations are available at the Marine Parking Garage (MPG) and the Downtown Transportation Center Parking Garage (DTC). Spaces 24 and 25 of the MPG are designated exclusively for electric vehicles. There is one space on level 1 of the DTC that is designated exclusively for electric vehicles. These spaces are only available for electric vehicles that are actively charging, and parking is limited to two consecutive hours of use per day.
- The charging stations are active between the hours of 8:00 a.m. and 10:00 p.m. Sunday through Saturday.
- There is no fee to use the charging stations, but you must pay to park in the parking space during enforcement hours. Payment can be made via cash or coin. Payments must be made in hourly increments, and checks and credit cards are not accepted. Parking permit holders may also park in these spaces, but only while they are charging. Once your vehicle is either charged or you’ve reached the two-hour time limit, you must move into another parking space in your designated garage.
- To pay for the parking space in the MPG, payment must be deposited in the MPG pay box, located near the entrance of the parking garage.
- To pay for the parking space in the DTC, payment must be deposited in the Shopper’s Lot pay box. The Shopper’s Lot is the parking lot in front of the DTC, in between the DTC and the Wharf building. The pay box is located next to the ADA parking spaces of the Shopper’s Lot.
How to Appeal a Citation
If you want to appeal a citation issued by the City and Borough of Juneau, you must fill out the Citation Appeal Request Form and submit it to the Citation Hearing Officer within thirty (30) days of the issuance of the citation.
Click here for more information.
Parking is enforced Monday – Friday, 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. (excluding holidays).
You may purchase a permit, if available, in the Parks & Recreation office, located in Room 218 of City Hall. Hours of operation are Monday – Friday, 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
You may park for free in the Marine Parking Garage (MPG, 290 Marine Way) in spaces A – V for two hours while you are at the library. You must register your space number and license plate number on the Parking Registration form, located at the circulation desk in the library.
There is no fee to use the charging stations, but you must pay to park in the parking space during enforcement hours. More information can be found under the Electric Vehicle Charging tab above.
Parking on the street within the Downtown Parking Management Zone is free for two hours per day. If you’ve already parked on-street once during a day, you will need to park in an hourly parking area if you come downtown again.