Find NYC Parking Near You
Book the best NYC parking near all your favorite destinations with the help of SpotHero. Simply input your destination's address and times you want to park, hit search, and view New York City parking options all over the city!
Tourists flock to the bustling metropolitan city to snap an iconic photo in Times Square, take the ferry to see the Statue of Liberty, catch a Broadway show, ice skate under the giant Rockefeller Center Christmas tree, and so much more.
NYC is the largest U.S. city and is composed of over 100 neighborhoods and 5 boroughs. Residents live in some of the most diverse neighborhoods in America, full of tasty dining spots, incredible art galleries, fascinating historical sites, and carefully crafted architecture. Almost 50% of New York residents own cars, which means parking can be tricky. Whether you’re a long-time resident or just visiting for a weekend, book your parking in advance and spend more time doing and less time parking!
Interested in monthly parking in New York? SpotHero’s got you covered.
NYC Parking Rates
|Parking Type||SpotHero Average Price Offered|
|Commuter Parking||$21 - $32|
|Weekend Parking||$17 - $29|
|Event Parking||$16 - $29|
|Overnight Parking||$34 - $51|
Alternate Side Parking
Is parking suspended today in NYC?
The easiest and quickest way to check if alternate side parking rules are in effect today is by checking the official @nyasp Twitter account.
The NYC311 mobile app and the The New York Department of Transportation website also offer email and text updates about alternate side parking rules for the day.
Popular DestinationsBattery ParkCentral ParkCentral Park ZooConey IslandEmpire State BuildingJavits CenterMetropolitan Museum of ArtPort Authority Bus TerminalRockefeller CenterStatue of LibertyTimes Square
Popular NeighborhoodsBronxBrooklynChinatownEast VillageFinancial DistrictHell's KitchenManhattanMidtownQueensStaten Island
Popular VenuesArthur Ashe StadiumBarclays CenterCiti FieldMadison Square GardenRadio City Music HallYankee Stadium
NYC Airport Parking
New York City is home to three major international airports: John F. Kennedy International Airport (JFK), LaGuardia Airport (LGA), and Newark Liberty International Airport (EWR). SpotHero finds and lists some of the best rates found at nearby hotels and lots, oftentimes with free shuttles right to your terminal! You can find tons of options to suit your needs, from long-term parking garages to valet, you’re sure to find an affordable airport spot perfect for you.
NYC Event Parking
New York City hosts many events such as the Ball Drop in Times Square and the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade. To book parking for an event, simply search for the venue, select an event from the list, and search for parking spots nearby!
New York City is also home to the New York Knicks, Mets, Giants, Rangers, Yankees, Islanders and the Brooklyn Nets. Headed to one of these sporting events? Avoid the cash-only lots and expensive official venue parking prices by booking a spot in advance with SpotHero!
Is there free parking in NYC?
There is free parking in NYC! You may park for free on Sundays and all major holidays. A few other street parking signs and ordinances and suspend street parking rules as well. Check out our blog 5 Ways To Find Free Parking In NYC for the best insider tips on finding free parking in the city!
How much is parking in NYC?
The meter parking rates vary by location. In Manhattan on 96th St. or below, you can anticipate paying around $3.50 per hour. In the boroughs though, you can usually find meter parking for $1 per hour.
Where is the cheapest place to park in NYC?
The cheapest NYC parking spots on SpotHero are each currently listed at $8 per hour:
*Rates are subject to change daily and may be sold out at the time of booking.
How can I save money parking in NYC?
Easy! Save money and time by booking parking ahead with SpotHero. Simply type in your desired location, date, and times and search for the most affordable parking rates near you. Book instantly and be on your way!
Is parking free after 7 pm in NYC?
In some areas, yes! Typically, meter enforcement ends at 7 pm on a lot of streets. Be sure to check out street signs to make sure parking has ended so you don’t risk getting a ticket.