Monthly Parking in San Francisco

San Francisco may be known for its distinctive hills and vibrant culture, but it is not known for its car-friendliness. For those living and working in the city, parking has always been an issue. Thankfully, there are quite a few San Francisco monthly parking options to help residents and commuters find a spot. Booking your San Francisco parking with WhereiPark could not be simpler; use our free, interactive tool to search your preferred location, see the best rates, and book a spot. You can prioritize location, cost, amenities or security to book monthly parking in San Francisco that works for you.

Find monthly parking spots in San Francisco using this interactive map

Find monthly parking options available near you using our interactive map of San Francisco. Click on a marker to view details and check parking spot availability.

Exact Location Parking Search

Search the exact address, close to which you want to find monthly parking. WhereiPark will display parking spots that are in close proximity to your location of choice. Use this search field to find monthly parking in San Francisco or anywhere in the US.

Monthly Parking Rates in San Francisco

The current rates for monthly parking in San Francisco are between $90 and $450. Compare rates in the table below and book a parking spot that suits your budget.

Book Monthly Parking in San Francisco

Review and compare available monthly parking options in San Francisco in the table below. Find the perfect parking space that meets your requirements. If you can't find a suitable parking option at the moment, check back later as new parking spots appear in San Francisco every week.
Address Intersection Price Type
800 Indiana Street $360.00 Monthly Parking Book Now
2175 Market St. Market and 15th St $320.00 Monthly Parking Book Now
1285 Sutter St. $240.00 Monthly Parking Book Now
1155 4th Street $260.00 Monthly Parking Book Now
325 Octavia St $380.00 Monthly Parking Book Now
965 Sutter St. Sutter and Hyde $350.00 Monthly Parking Book Now
399 Fremont Street $340.00 Monthly Parking Book Now
971 Eddy Street $320.00 Monthly Parking Book Now
800 Indiana Street $270.00 Monthly Parking Book Now
255 King St. King and 5th St. $380.00 Monthly Parking Book Now
2660 3rd St $275.00 Monthly Parking Book Now
388 Beale $320.00 Monthly Parking Book Now
1010 16th St $300.00 Monthly Parking Book Now
383 King St. King and 5th St. $380.00 Monthly Parking Book Now
750 Kearny St $320.00 Monthly Parking Book Now
2121 3rd Street $240.00 Monthly Parking Book Now
530 Brannan St $250.00 Monthly Parking Book Now
1395 22nd St $320.00 Monthly Parking Book Now
1395 22nd St $480.00 Monthly Parking Book Now
900 Folsom St. $300.00 Monthly Parking Book Now

Spots near San Francisco

Intersection Address Price
800 Indiana Street $360.0
Market and 15th St 2175 Market St. $320.0
1285 Sutter St. $240.0
1155 4th Street $260.0
325 Octavia St $380.0
Sutter and Hyde 965 Sutter St. $350.0
399 Fremont Street $340.0
971 Eddy Street $320.0
800 Indiana Street $270.0
King and 5th St. 255 King St. $380.0
2660 3rd St $275.0
388 Beale $320.0
1010 16th St $300.0
King and 5th St. 383 King St. $380.0
750 Kearny St $320.0
2121 3rd Street $240.0
530 Brannan St $250.0
1395 22nd St $320.0
1395 22nd St $480.0
900 Folsom St. $300.0

Information About Parking in San Francisco

The city is packed with tourist attractions, trendy neighborhoods and iconic cable cars - but all of this makes finding a parking spot in San Francisco difficult and expensive. The city has very few street parking options and those that do exist are rarely near major attractions, meaning many choose to park further out and use transit or walk. The cost of parking in San Francisco can also be prohibitive. Metered spots run from $3.50 an hour to $12 an hour, depending on location and time of day. There are parking restrictions in effect in many areas: residential streets are for permit holders only; street cleaning restrictions means you risk being towed if not careful; and there are few underground or high rise car parks to choose from. To combat this issue, there are parking spaces for rent all across San Francisco, so commuters aren’t entirely stuck.

San Francisco Parking Statistics

  • There are over 275,000 street parking spaces across the city. Only 26,750 of these are metered.
  • A further 167,000 spots exist in garages and commercial lots, for a total of over 442,000 spaces.
  • San Francisco has 850,000 residents and over 455,000 vehicles registered within the city. There are also over 70,000 tourists visiting every day.
  • Nearly a third of San Francisco workers commute by car.
  • A recent study found that 30% of cars in congested downtown traffic were searching for parking.

San Francisco Parking FAQs

1. What are the advantages of monthly parking?

The advantages of paying for monthly parking are many: foremost, you can avoid the time-consuming and frustrating task of the daily search for parking. You can also likely secure a better rate by booking a monthly spot. And you can gain access to more convenient locations by accessing one of the many monthly parking rental options. Lastly, monthly parking allows you the freedom to prioritize the factors that matter most to you, like budget, amenities, or security.

2. How do I book a parking spot in San Francisco via WhereiPark?

Booking a parking spot in San Francisco could not be simpler. Simply enter your desired location or search area into our map to see the monthly parking options nearby. Click on each marker on the map to see the available spots and their listing details. Once you have found a spot you wish to book, click on the booking link. You will have to either sign into your account, or create one. Be sure to check your vehicle information is accurate before proceeding. Once you have entered payment information, the lot’s owner will confirm the booking and send you instructions on how to access your new parking spot.

3. How much is monthly parking in San Francisco?

Monthly parking costs can vary quite a bit, depending on factors such as location, amenities, covered/uncovered lot, and so on. The range is between $90 and $450 a month.

4. Is there free parking in San Francisco?

There is free parking in San Francisco, if you know where to look. Metered spaces are free on Sundays and holidays, and overnight between 6 pm and 9 am. Green curbs denote areas of the street that you can park on for free. Some shopping areas offer limited free parking for shoppers (for example, one hour free), and some hotels offer free parking for guests. These free spaces are highly sought after though, and finding one is often a matter of luck.