Find Portland Parking Near You
Struggling to find parking should be the last thing on your mind when visiting Portland. With just a few clicks, SpotHero can save you time and money finding the best parking deals near your favorite destinations. Simply enter your destination on our website or the free spothero app to view rates and availability. Visiting from out of town? Check out our interactive map to browse locations near popular destinations!
Situated in the Northwest state of Oregon, Portland is known as the City of Roses. With a slogan like “Keep Portland Weird” you can expect there to be plenty of unique sights and activities to experience. Millions of tourists flock to Portland each year to sample the city’s impressive food lineup. Grab a donut at the iconic Voodoo donut in Old Town, stop by one of the many food “pods” dispersed throughout the city, or spend the morning sipping on specialty brews in a coffee house.
One of the city’s most popular destinations is Washington Park. Tourists and residents enjoy exploring over 15 miles of trail filled with scenic greenery and local wildlife. The 410 acre park also contains a number of attractions including the International Rose Test Garden, The Oregon Zoo, and Hoyt Arboretum.
As Oregon’s largest city, Portland is comprised of 14 different neighborhoods. While public transportation options are available, many residents choose to drive which can make parking a difficult task. Whether you’re a long-time resident or weekend visitor, park smarter with SpotHero, so you can spend more time doing and less time parking!
Popular VenuesAladdin TheaterArlene Schnitzer Concert HallCrystal BallroomKeller AuditoriumModa CenterOregon Convention CenterRevolution HallRoseland TheaterVeterans Memorial ColiseumWonder Ballroom
Portland Airport Parking
Portland is home to Portland International Airport (PDX). 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.
Portland Event Parking
Portland hosts many annual events such as the Pedalpalooza Bike Festival, Waterfront Blues Festival, Portland International Film Festival, and so much more.
Portland is home to the Portland Trail Blazers. Headed to a sporting event? Avoid the cash-only lots and expensive official venue parking prices by booking a spot in advance with SpotHero! To book parking for an event, simply search for the venue, select an event from the list, and search for parking spots nearby.
Does Portland charge for parking?
Typically, yes. Meter parking guidelines vary by district but are generally enforced Monday through Saturday from 8:00am to 7:00pm. Sundays and major holidays are free. Individual district hours here:
- Downtown District - 8:00am to 7:00pm, Monday through Saturday, and from 1:00pm to 7:00pm on Sunday, unless otherwise posted
- Event Meter District (Next to Providence Park currently in effect on Portland Timbers home game days) - Hours vary based on game time
- Lloyd District
- Marquam Hill District - 8:00am to 6:00pm, Monday through Friday, unless otherwise posted
- Central Eastside District - 8:00am to 6:00pm, Monday through Friday, unless otherwise posted
- Northwest District - 9:00am to 7:00pm, Monday through Saturday unless otherwise posted
How much does parking cost in Portland?
Meter parking guidelines vary by district but are generally enforced Monday through Saturday from 8:00am to 7:00pm. Rates range from $1 to $3.50 per hour and payment can be made through credit card, coin, or mobile app. There are also various lots available throughout the city with varying times and rates.
Is parking free in Portland today?
Meter parking guidelines vary by district but are generally free before 8:00am and after 7:00pm Monday through Saturday. Sunday and the following holidays are free: New Year’s Day, Martin Luther King Jr. Day, President’s Day, Memorial Day, Juneteenth, Independence Day, Labor Day, Veterans Day, Thanksgiving Day, and Christmas Day.
How long can you park on the street in Portland?
Time limit signs will be visible at meter parking locations with maximum times varying by district. All vehicles must be driven off the block face daily. Private, legal parking must be obtained if a vehicle is not driven daily.