After almost two months of free parking in the China Bridge garage in downtown Park City, visitors will now have to pay fees again as the city resumes its parking charges. The off-peak season prices will be in effect from November 20th through December 14th, with rates ranging from $1 to $2 per hour in most downtown parking spots.
While parking fees are usually charged during regular hours, rates typically increase at 5 p.m. each day, and at 6 p.m. in China Bridge. However, visitors can still enjoy free parking at the upper and lower Sandridge lots on Marsac Avenue throughout the year.
For full details about off-season parking rates in Old Town, visitors can find comprehensive information on Park City’s official information page. This resource will provide the necessary information to plan and budget for parking expenses during their visit.
Starting from December 15th, higher winter season parking rates will come into effect. Visitors should be aware of the changes in parking fees during this time and consider the impact on their budgets when planning their visit to downtown Park City.
Frequently Asked Questions
1. Do all parking spots downtown charge for parking?
Yes, most parking spots in downtown Park City charge for parking with rates varying from $1 to $2 per hour during off-peak season.
2. Are there any exceptions to the parking fees?
Yes, visitors can park for free at the upper and lower Sandridge lots located on Marsac Avenue throughout the year.
3. Where can I find more information about parking rates?
For complete information about off-season parking rates in Old Town, visit Park City’s information page [insert link here].
4. When do higher winter season parking rates begin?
Starting from December 15th, higher winter season parking rates will be in effect. Visitors should be prepared for the increased fees during this period.