Book guaranteed parking at top-rated City Hall parking lots in minutes. Enjoy easy access to City Hall and all the popular destinations nearby after parking at a secure City Hall parking garage. You can find plenty of City Hall parking garages and lots that offer affordable City Hall Parking rates. Some of the closest locations that offer parking near City Hall, San Francisco are at Polk Street, Ellis Street, or Geary Street. If you can find a City Hall parking spot at any of these locations, you’ll be only a 5-minute walk away from City Hall.
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|750 Golden Gate Ave Parking||$20 / Day||0.2 mi|
|98 Franklin St Parking||$30 / Day||0.3 mi|
|819 Ellis st Parking||$33 / Day||0.3 mi|
|259 7th St Parking||$36 / Day||0.6 mi|
|970 Howard St Parking||$20 / Day||0.7 mi|
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Yes, there is. Onsite City Hall parking is provided at the Performing Arts Garage. The garage is open from Monday to Friday, from 6 a.m. to 12 a.m.
Onsite City Hall parking rates start at $2 for an hour with a daily maximum of $30. Half a day of City Hall parking in the Performing Arts Garage (12 hours) will cost you $24. There are early bird rates of $14/day, but you must enter between 6:00 a.m. and 9:00 a.m. and leave by 7:00 p.m. However, plenty of alternatives provide cheaper parking near City Hall. Some of them are even less than a mile away and have rates as low as $10 for a day’s parking near City Hall. You can also find free on-street parking near City Hall, San Francisco, at 1111 Gough Street, roughly around 15 minutes away from City Hall.
No, the Performing Arts Garage that offers onsite City Hall parking does not offer any parking validation.
There are plenty of parking garages near City Hall that offer really affordable City Hall parking rates. Most of them can be found within a 5 to 8 minutes’ walk away from City Hall. Some of the lots that offer affordable City Hall parking rates are the Costco Impark Garage for $10/day and the SF City Parking Mason Garage at $15/day. The cheapest parking near City Hall probably has to be on-street parking near City Hall at Gough Street, where you can park for free. However, this place is at least 15 minutes away from City Hall.
No, you must pay for onsite City Hall parking. However, you can park for free in some areas near City Hall. The closest free on-street parking near City Hall parking can be found at 1111 Gough Street, roughly around 15 minutes away from all the major attractions in and around City Hall. San Francisco also has residential parking permits that allow free parking for 72 hours without being cited. Make sure to check for road signs mentioning San Francisco parking restrictions or street cleaning schedules.
It is always best to pre-book City Hall parking in advance before going there. There are plenty of websites and parking apps out there that offer easy booking for secure spots and garages. Most of the lots and garages that provide parking near City Hall have cheaper rates than onsite garages.
Even if you are parking in the most secure City Hall parking garages or lots, never leave your valuables exposed on your car. Many people make it a habit to drop off e-gadgets like mobile phones and laptops on the car’s passenger seats. Car-jackers consider parking lots an easy target and steal valuables from even the most secure car parking lots or garages. Make sure you remove everything from the car that you can’t afford to replace or don’t want to lose.
Do not randomly park just anywhere near City Hall. Go in for street parking only at designated parking spots. Do not park in reserved spots like disabled parking slot if you are not eligible for the reservation.
Keep an eye out for traffic signboards to avoid unwanted traffic violations. Many cities and streets across the country have parking restrictions like alternate side parking, loading zones, etc. If you fail to move your vehicle when the restriction begins, you could end up on the wrong side of a San Francisco parking ticket.
Never gamble with the parking meter if you have parked your car in a metered parking spot. Always move your car out before the metered parking timer runs out. Trying your luck with a San Francisco metered parking lot could result in your car getting towed or impounded.