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Parking FAQ

What are the changes taking place?
Starting in January the rate structure for on-street parking downtown will change.  Some areas will be $2/hr while others will be $1.  The $2/hr area is denoted in red while the $1/hr area is denoted in orange.

Parking Map

What about Broughton Street
Broughton Street will be within the $2/hr zone for parking. 

What if I don’t want to pay that much for parking?
Garage space is still available for daily/hourly customers while peripheral garages and lots are available for all day employees. Also, for workers whose hours are in the late afternoon/evening we offer discounted monthly parking rates. For more information please contact Mobility and Parking at 651-6470

If I’m parking farther from where I work how do I get into downtown?
The City has expanded shuttle services so that you should never wait more than 10 minutes for a bus with operating hours from 7 am to 7 pm Mon-Fri, 10 am to 7pm on Saturday, and 10 am to 5 pm on Sunday.  We anticipate the hours expanding in the future.   A map of the shuttle routes is shown at http://www.connectonthedot.com/

Do I still need to carry large amounts of quarters on me to park?
No.  Areas north of Liberty Street will outfitted with all digital meters allowing you to pay either by mobile app, credit/debit cards, or paper dollars.  

How do I get the mobile app?
You can get the app at http://www.savannahga.gov/parksavannah

I’m a resident in an area that previously had no meters, what do I do?
You would qualify for a residential permit.  The permit can be obtained once you’ve filled out an application and provided the applicable documentation.  You can get the application at http://www.savannahga.gov/index.aspx?NID=776 . For more information about the residential decal program please call (912) 651-6470. 

I own a vacation rental in an area that’s getting meters. 
For these areas, visitor day passes can be purchased for guests.  You can get more information at http://www.savannahga.gov/index.aspx?NID=771 or contact Mobility and Parking at (912) 651-6470.