Monthly Parking in Oakland
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Monthly Parking Rates in Oakland
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|729 Clay St||$150.00||Monthly Parking||Book Now|
|100 Grand Ave||$200.00||Monthly Parking||Book Now|
|100 Grand Ave||$225.00||Monthly Parking||Book Now|
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Oakland Parking Statistics
- Oakland has over 37,000 street lights, with repairs to about 2,000 per year.
- Taxpayers in Oakland spend about $3 million on the street light utility bills each year.
- There are 671 traffic signalized intersections in Oakland.
- Parking tickets in Oakland can range from $40 to $265 based on the infraction
Oakland Parking FAQs
1. How much are parking tickets in Oakland?
Parking tickets can range from $40 to $256 depending on the infraction. Parking in the Wrong Direction on a One-Way will cost you $41, parking in a red zone will cost you $83, while parking in a bus zone can cost you up to $256!
2. What do the different curb colors mean in Oakland?
Red Curb: No stopping, standing or parking at any time. Yellow Curb: Yellow curbs are for loading and unloading of passengers between 7 a.m. and 6 p.m, and you must move your car within three minutes. If your vehicle has commercial license plates, you have no more than 30 minutes to load or unload materials. On Sundays and holidays, yellow curb restrictions do not apply. White Curb: White curbs are also for loading and unloading of passengers. Most white curb restrictions apply from 7 a.m. to 6 p.m. If the white curb is in front of a hotel or a hospital, white curb restrictions are in effect at all times, but if the curb is in front of a theater or hall, the restrictions do not apply when the business is closed. Green Curb: Green curbs mean no standing or parking for longer than 12 minutes at any time between 8 a.m and 6 p.m. Blue Curb: Blue curbs are reserved for people with disabilities whose vehicles display a valid license plate or disability placard.
3. How do I book a parking spot in Oakland via WhereiPark?
Booking a parking spot through WhereiPark is easy. First, you need to know the location you’re searching in. You can browse our map or search by a specific address or area. You’ll see markers pop up on the map near your chosen location; these represent the available parking spots. Click on a marker for more information about the listing. Once you have found the spot you want, you need to either log in or create a free account, making sure to enter your vehicle details correctly. Then click to book the spot, select your start date, and enter payment information to confirm the booking. Once your booking is complete, the lot owner will confirm space availability and approve or deny the booking, sending you an email with instructions on how to use your new space.
4. What are the advantages of monthly parking?
There are many advantages of monthly parking namely, predictability and reliability, affordability/cost-effectiveness, convenience, and the ability to choose and prioritize the factors that matter most to you.