Parking Near Ridgewood
Ridgewood is a densely populated residential neighborhood in New York City, located on the west side of Queens. While Ridgewood is historically a German neighborhood, its increasing diversity over the past half century has helped it grow into a must-visit neighborhood with a global food scene. You can visit one of New York City’s few dedicated Nepalese restaurants, While in Kathmandu, or hit up Super Pollo for Ecuadorian rotisserie chicken, empanadas, and margaritas. And of course, if you’re looking for classic New York City cuisine, there’s ample pizza to be found at restaurants such as Rosa’s Pizza or Houdini Kitchen Laboratory.
Beyond its rich food scene, Ridgewood also has a number of cultural sites, historic streets, and outdoor areas to visit. Plus, its location at the border of Queens and Brooklyn makes for easy access to other hip neighborhood such as Bushwick and East Williamsburg.
Use SpotHero to reserve your parking spot prior to your trip to Ridgewood so you don’t have to worry about finding parking once you make it to your destination. This will leave you all the more time to enjoy your accommodations and the local attractions.
What are the parking options in Ridgewood?
Ridgewood has many parking garages and lots to choose from (most of which work with SpotHero), and you also can sometimes find both metered and free street parking. When parking on the street, it is important to note that Ridgewood does have street cleaners on certain dates, meaning you cannot park on certain streets and locations when they are active. Always try to stay on the lookout for parking-related signage so that you do not receive a ticket or get towed.
Is there public transportation in Ridgewood?
You can catch the M- and the L-trains in Ridgewood, both of which travel through Brooklyn and into Manhattan (and to the Bronx and Staten Island if you transfer trains).
Nearby Parking Options
5960 Decatur St. - Valet Lot
18-70 Troutman St.(1881 Starr St.) - Garage
1660 Decatur St. - Valet Assist Lot