Waterfront Parking

parking garage

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Welcome to the
Downtown Waterfront Parking Garage!

Paid Waterfront parking is available and enforced 7 days a week for guests using the ferry or who plan to stay downtown longer than 2 hours.

 
waterfront parking garage lots

View the paid parking and kiosk location map.

   

**Monthly Parking Permit Login**


Click an option below for assistance

• Permit Purchasing Options

• Overflow Parking

• How to Use the Parking System

• Ferry and Soltrans Schedules

• Contact Us/Report an Issue

• Parking Ticket Appeals

• Frequently Asked Questions

About the Parking Garage

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How to Use the Parking System

*Please Note* Parking is first come, first serve. Parking is enforced 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

  1. Park your vehicle, making sure to note your License Plate Number
    1. If you do have a plate number, enter the last 7 digits of your VIN
    2. Do not use symbols when entering your information
  2. Pay for parking
    1. Daily permit - using either the kiosk or the ParkMobile smartphone App, enter your license information to purchase one or several daily permits
      1. If using the ParkMobile App, the zone code is 6789
      2. Permits do not need to be displayed; if you make a mistake on your permit, you may be able to avoid a ticket by placing the receipt on your dash
    2. Monthly permit – use the kiosk or online login to purchase a monthly permit (valid for a calendar month
      1. **NOTE** if you purchase a monthly permit using the kiosk, you cannot edit any information
    3. Using Wage Works or Commuter Ticket – send check to City of Vallejo – PW Parking, 555 Santa Clara Street, 4th Floor, Vallejo CA 94590
      1. You must create an online monthly parking account so staff can add the funds once your check has been received and deposited


​Using the Parking Kiosk

A map of kiosk locations is available here.

Daily permits are valid for 24 hours from the time of purchase. Monthly permits are valid for one calendar month.

  1. Press any key to get started.
  2. Follow the step-by-step directions on the pay station.

*Please Note*
Cash kiosks only accept exact change!





Permit Options

  Daily Permit (24 hours) - $5
Monthly Permit (calendar) - $20
 How to Pay:

Pay Kiosk -
There are 19 kiosks located at the Vallejo Station Parking Structure, the adjacent surface lots, inside the ferry building, and in front of the ferry entrance. 

Parkmobile smartphone App -
Customers can download the Parkmobile smartphone App and purchase daily permits using the Zone Code 6789.






How to Pay:

Online -
using our Vallejo Parking page. Once registered, you can register up to six vehicles and manage payment options (automatic payment, notification of expiration, etc).

**Monthly Parking Permit Login**

Pay Kiosk* -
There are 19 kiosks located at the Vallejo Station Parking Structure, the adjacent surface lots, inside the ferry building, and in front of the ferry entrance.
     *You will not be able to manage payment options or notifications if you purchase a monthly permit through the kiosk.

For a PDF guide on how to purchase and/or manage your monthly permit, please visit here.








Overflow Parking

The City has dedicated overflow parking where customers can park if all other lots are full.

The overflow lot can be accessed via Capitol Street (behind City Hall). Overflow parking is available to those with a daily or monthly parking permit.
waterfront parking garage lots

View the GoogleMap of our paid parking lots and the oversize lot.








 Transportation Schedules

Soltrans

Bus Schedule
Curtola & Lemon Parking

Please visit the Soltrans Park & Ride page for more information about the bus schedule and to purchase a parking pass for the Curtola & Lemon Parking Lots.
 Sf Bay Ferry  

Ferry Schedule and Fees

Please visit the San Francisco Bay Ferry page for more information and to purchase a parking pass for those lots.







Report an Issue/Receive Assistance

Please use SeeClickFix (category: Waterfront Parking Garage) to file a private report for any issues you may experience. You may also view our Frequently Asked Questions.









Frequently Asked Questions






Do I have to display a tag or receipt?
No! Permits are tied to the license plate or VIN number of your vehicle.





How do I get a permit if I don't have a license plate number?
If you have a personalized license plate, simply enter the characters (ignoring the symbols) into the system without spaces.
If you have a new car with a paper plate, please enter the last seven digits of your VIN number.





How do I contest a parking ticket?
Permit holders who believe they have mistakenly received a ticket should contact the Vallejo Police Department, Parking Citations Division at (707) 651-7172. The request for an initial review must be within within 21 days of when the citation was created.





Where can I purchase a parking permit?
You can purchase daily permits at a parking kiosk (view the map here) or on the Parkmobile Phone App (zone code 6789).




Can I park overnight?
Daily permits are valid for 24 hours from the time of purchase. You can purchase multiple days at a time through the kiosk, or day-by-day on the Parkmobile App.

At this time, monthly permits are valid for the full calendar month.




How do I use the online monthly permit system?
Please refer to the Parkmobile FAQ page and our step-by-step PDF guide.

**Monthly Parking Permit Login**



I have multiple cars registered to my monthly permit - how does that work?
If you have more than one vehicle registered to your monthly permit, you may park one registered car at a time in the parking lot. If more than one vehicle is found to be in the parking lot, each vehicle after the first one will receive a ticket.




What is the height clearance of the parking garage?
The Waterfront Parking is comprised of the parking garage and its surrounding paid lots. The lots do not have a height restriction, nor does the top level of the actual parking garage. Level P2 and P3 have a clearance of 13-feet.




Where do I park an over-size vehicle?
Per Municipal Code 8.20.170, over-sized vehicles and trailers are not allowed to park in any lot within the City. An over-sized vehicle is classified as any of the following:
   • A gross weight in excess of 6,000 pounds
   • An overall length in excess of 21 feet
   • A house trailer or semi-truck trailer
If a vehicle takes up more than one parking stall but does not meet the above limitations, the customer must pay for the amount of parking stalls that are used.



I have a handicap placard/plate, do I have to pay the fee?
All vehicles parking in the Waterfront Parking area must pay for parking. California Vehicle Code privileges for free parking to those vehicles with DP placards and plates only apply to on-street parking. Please review our Memorandum for more information.




How do I appeal a parking ticket

Please view the Appeals FAQ sheet for assistance. You must submit your ticket and reason why you are contesting the ticket to the address noted on the back of the ticket.





If you have further questions, please feel free to submit a report via SeeClickFix, email us at Parking.Permits@cityofvallejo.net, or call Carmen Cole at (707) 648-5407.​