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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

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Everything you need to know about parking in Saint Paul.

Disability Parking at Meters
City code stipulates that “[a] person exercising their disabled parking privileges may park with a valid identifying disability permit or plate City of Saint Paul parking meter without the obligation to pay but must follow the time restrictions officially posted for the physically disabled.”

In layman's terms, a person parking with a valid disability certificate or plate typically can park for 4 hours at a City of Saint Paul parking meter without payment. This is not the case at meters with 30 minute time limits, where everyone is subject to the 30 minute maximum.

adaspacemarker.jpgCheck the single-space meter or space marker for the space you wish to park in for the posted disability time limit. If you reach the maximum time limit at a space, be it 4 hours or 30 minutes, you are not allowed to re-park within 2 blocks of your original space. A vehicle that remains parked beyond the time limit or is re-parked within 2 blocks is subject to citation.

Those who live or work downtown are encouraged to use ramps or lots when parking downtown for extended periods. Metered parking in downtown Saint Paul is intended to encourage short-term use. Short-term parking is important to allow for quick stops to conduct business, get a quick meal, or shop at a local store without having to use an off-street ramp or lot. For long-term parkers with disabilities, reduced monthly rates are available at City of Saint Paul owned parking ramps. Call (651) 266-6200 for details.

If a person has severely impaired mobility and they need to park on-street near their place of employment they may apply for a Special Needs Permit at half the cost of the monthly rate at the nearest ramp, lot or garage. For more information visit or call (651) 266-6200.


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