Monthly Parking in Vancouver
Vancouver is Canada's third largest city with over 2.5 million residents. Very similar to Toronto's transportation patterns, 67% of Vancouver's commuters rely on their car as their primary form of transportation. Although Vancouverites median commute distance is about 3 kilometers shorter than the Torontoians commute distance, Vancouver is a city that still relies heavily on their cars. Our free, interactive tool makes finding the best Vancouver monthly parking options simple. You can search your preferred location, prioritize the factors that matter most to you, view parking spot availability, get the best rates and book a space!
Monthly Parking Rates in VancouverCurrently the parking rates in Vancouver range between $100 and $500 per month. Review available parking options below and book a spot that works best for your budget.
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Vancouver Parking Statistics
- There are over a million commuters in Vancouver
- 67.6% of commuters use cars, trucks, or vans as their form of transportation while 21.4% take public transit
- Parking meters generated $50 million (2016) while the tickets issued in 2015 brought the city another $17 million
- If your parking ticket was $70 and you paid it within 14 days, you could’ve saved 50 per cent, which amounts to $35. But starting in 2017, that discount has been reduced to 40 per cent, so now the minimum payment is $42, which is a 20 per cent increase.
- The average Vancouver commute is 28.4 minutes
Vancouver Parking FAQs
It is legal to sleep in cars parked on most public property between the hours of 9:30 p.m. and 6:30 a.m. It is also legal to use camp stoves and small cooking devices, as long as they are used in a safe manner and in conditions that do not place any person, property or structure in danger.
There are many advantages of monthly parking. You save time and frustration in looking for a parking space. Committing to a monthly spot is usually more cost-effective than paying for daily or hourly parking. And arranging a monthly spot also means that you can prioritize the factors of the lot that are important to you (ie. reserved vs. unreserved, access-controlled or public, covered vs. uncovered, etc)
Parking meters are in effect from 9am to 10pm, 7 days a week, including holidays. Any hours outside that are considered free.
Hourly parking in downtown Vancouver can range from $1 to $7 per hour. While monthly parking rates can range from $100 to $500 based on the location and amenities of the lot.
There is a 3-hour maximum for street parking.