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Elizabeth Stiffler
Civil Engineer

800 City Hall Annex
25 4th Street West
Saint Paul, MN  55102

P: (651) 266-6210
F: (651) 298-4559

8:00 am - 4:30 pm
Monday - Friday

Malfunctioning Meter Repair P: (651) 266-9776

Contact Parking Enforcement P: (651) 266-5585
Evenings, Nights & Weekend P: (651) 291-1111
Everything you need to know about parking in Saint Paul.

Parking Meter Sign Replacement Set to Begin 
On October 12, 2015 City staff will begin replacing parking meter signage in downtown in preparation for the upcoming rate changes and the extension of meter enforcement hours to 10:00 PM.

Enforcement of the new hours and rates won’t begin until January 4th, 2016. Even though signs may indicate otherwise, current rates and hours of enforcement will be in operation until January.  Pay stations will remain programmed for the current rates and hours of enforcement.


Metered Parking

Metered ParkingParking meters are used in Downtown Saint Paul and other areas of the City where high parking demand requires regulating the use of on- street parking spaces. For information regarding parking meters, disability parking, parking cards, meter hooding, or any other parking meter related questions, visit our Metered Parking page.

Residential Permit Parking

Example of Residential Permit Parking SignResidential permit parking is intended to prioritize on-street parking in high demand areas for neighborhood residents. For more information about residential permit parking, including maps, policies, and answers to FAQs, visit our Residential Permit Parking page.
Residential Disability Parking

Residential ADA Disabled residents with a need for accommodations in front of their homes can request a Residential Disability Parking Zone. For information on how to apply for a Residential Disability Parking Zone, or to see if you are eligible, visit our Residential Disability Parking page.

Parking Rules

No Parking Corner to Here SignParking in an urban area can be tricky if you don't know the rules. Visit our Parking Rules page for a quick primer on how to avoid citations and examples of common unsigned no parking zones.

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