Monthly Parking in Seattle
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Monthly Parking Rates in Seattle
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|10001 NE 1st St||Main St and 100th Ave NE||$180.00||Monthly Parking||Book Now|
|820 Lenora St||$325.00||Monthly Parking||Book Now|
|400 Wall St.||$250.00||Monthly Parking||Book Now|
|936 34th St||$203.92||Monthly Parking||Book Now|
|809 Olive Way||8th Ave and Olive Way||$183.52||Monthly Parking||Book Now|
|975 John St||$235.00||Monthly Parking||Book Now|
|2900 1st Avenue||$185.00||Monthly Parking||Book Now|
|1305 Dexter Avenue North||$200.00||Monthly Parking||Book Now|
|312 2nd Ave W||$175.00||Monthly Parking||Book Now|
|400 Boren Ave N||$250.00||Monthly Parking||Book Now|
|1215 Dexter Avenue N||Dexter and Highland Dr||$225.00||Monthly Parking||Book Now|
|907 NE 45th St||NE 45th St and 9th Ave NE||$142.74||Monthly Parking||Book Now|
|400 S Jackson St||4th Ave S and S Jackson St.||$250.00||Monthly Parking||Book Now|
|2922 Western Avenue||$195.00||Monthly Parking||Book Now|
|1260 Republican Street||Eastlake Ave E and Republican||$247.73||Monthly Parking||Book Now|
|320 E Pine St||$210.00||Monthly Parking||Book Now|
|1200 E Pike St||$250.00||Monthly Parking||Book Now|
|115 Warren Avenue North||$195.00||Monthly Parking||Book Now|
|2483 Birch Ave North||$150.00||Monthly Parking||Book Now|
|2800 Western Avenue||Western and Broad||$200.00||Monthly Parking||Book Now|
|100 Denny Way||$200.00||Monthly Parking||Book Now|
|515 Harvard Ave East||$200.00||Monthly Parking||Book Now|
|2030 8th Ave||$300.00||Monthly Parking||Book Now|
|123 2nd Ave North||$175.00||Monthly Parking||Book Now|
|210 Wall st||$310.00||Monthly Parking||Book Now|
|1800 Boren Avenue||Boren and Olive Way||$290.00||Monthly Parking||Book Now|
|330 3rd Ave W||3rd Ave W and W Thomas||$200.00||Monthly Parking||Book Now|
|2121 6th Ave||$216.15||Monthly Parking||Book Now|
|435 Dexter Ave N||Dexter Ave N and Republican St.||$250.00||Monthly Parking||Book Now|
|4545 8th Ave NE||$180.00||Monthly Parking||Book Now|
|2851 Eastlake Avenue East||$175.00||Monthly Parking||Book Now|
|221 Minor Ave N||$275.00||Monthly Parking||Book Now|
|1524 Eastlake Ave E||$210.00||Monthly Parking||Book Now|
|3490 SW Graham Street||$110.00||Monthly Parking||Book Now|
|2334 Elliott Ave||$240.00||Monthly Parking||Book Now|
|330 3rd Ave W||3rd Ave W and W Thomas||$175.00||Monthly Parking||Book Now|
|2800 Western Avenue||Western and Broad||$175.00||Monthly Parking||Book Now|
|1501 NW 56th Street||$175.00||Monthly Parking||Book Now|
|2720 4th Ave||$250.00||Monthly Parking||Book Now|
|1850 N 34th St||Wallingford Ave N and N 34th St||$143.13||Monthly Parking||Book Now|
|905 Dexter Ave North||$200.00||Monthly Parking||Book Now|
|535 Pontius Ave N||Republican St and Pontius Ave N||$247.73||Monthly Parking||Book Now|
|1530 Belmont Avenue||$225.00||Monthly Parking||Book Now|
|215 1st Ave W||$200.00||Monthly Parking||Book Now|
|Wharfside Pointe 3827 14th Ave W||$120.00||Monthly Parking||Book Now|
|2400 Elliott Ave||Elliott Ave and Wall St.||$300.00||Monthly Parking||Book Now|
|2630 77th Ave South East||$140.00||Monthly Parking||Book Now|
|1310 Minor Avenue||$225.00||Monthly Parking||Book Now|
|914 East Terrace||$125.00||Monthly Parking||Book Now|
|285 8th Ave N||$250.00||Monthly Parking||Book Now|
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Information About Parking in Seattle
Seattle Parking Statistics
- Seattle has 1.6 million parking spots for its 725,000 residents, which equates to 5.2 spots per household.
- Nearly a third of all these spots are in purpose-built garages, and another third are on-street parking.
- However, Seattle drivers spend an average of 57 hours looking for parking every year - compared to a national average of 17 hours.
- Seattle has a strict 72-hour rule, where parking on any street for longer than 3 days is prohibited.
- Parking tickets range from $44 to $450.
Seattle Parking FAQs
1. What are the advantages of monthly parking?
The advantages of monthly parking are many: predictability and reliability, affordability and cost-effectiveness, convenience, timeliness, and the ability to choose and prioritize the factors that matter most to you.
2. How do I book a parking spot in Seattle 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. Simply 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, selecting your chosen 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.
3. How much is monthly parking in Seattle?
Monthly parking in Seattle can vary in cost, depending on the type of parking spot, its location and other factors. The price for monthly spots ranges from $50 to $430, so there is an affordable option for most people. The higher priced lots typically have more amenities, such as enhanced security, or are in prime locations.
4. Is there free parking in Seattle?
There is free parking in Seattle. However the availability of free spots varies according to a few different factors. For example, all street parking is free on Sundays and holidays; it’s also free at night, typically between 8pm and 8am. Many residential streets have free parking throughout the work week, but finding an open space at any time in congested areas is usually difficult. Street parking is also free to disabled parking permit holders, unless otherwise specifically signed. And popular tourist spots, like Pike Place Market and Pioneer Square, offer a few hours of free parking on certain days.