Whether you’re headed to the Rose Bowl to see a live show or you’re on your way to downtown Pasadena, make sure you have your parking plan handled before you go. Parking can get tricky but with these tips, you’ll find a parking spot in Pasadena in no time.
Keep reading to find out about Pasadena parking rules and discover tips and tricks to avoid surprise regulations and find the best parking spots near your destination.
If you live in an established district, you are eligible to receive three residential parking passes. To get a residential parking permit, you must have a valid vehicle registration and the address on the registration has to match the address of residence.
Here are some examples of parking signs you may see in Pasadena:
Limited parking sign: Only park for the allowed amount of time posted on the sign.
No Parking Sign: When posted hours are in effect, don’t park your car unless you display the stated permit.
Old Pasadena and the West Gateway areas enforce parking meters seven days a week, but the Civic Center’s enforcement varies. Be sure to check the rates in your area by using the free parking map.
Call 311 or visit the official city towing website.
Pasadena does give people a break every once in a while. Street parking is free on select parking holidays throughout the year. Check the table below for details.
Pay attention to Pasadena parking rules to make sure you don’t end up with a ticket on your windshield.
Here is some useful knowledge to find the best parking near your destination: On the parking map, besure you type in the hours you plan to park. This will update the street parking rates to real time.
The easiest way to find parking garages in Pasadena is by heading to the parking map. There, you’ll find all of the information you need and you’ll be able to reserve a spot right then and there.
Here are a few popular parking garages in Pasadena. Parking Maps are also a useful way to find parking garages in your area.
Costs for parking tickets in Pasadena aren’t cheap, and there’s a $27 late fee and $3 DMV processing fee on top of your ticket if you don’t pay within 21 days .
A tow will cost $275 and removing a boot will cost you $155 for a boot removal.
Drivers with parking tickets are encouraged to pay online.
Below are the official parking holidays in the city. To know which specific regulations are suspended on these days, check out the map.
|New Years||Jan 01|
|Martin Luther King Jr Day||Jan 20|
|Presidents Day||Feb !7|
|Memorial Day||May 25|
|Labor Day||Sep 07|
|Veterans day||Nov 11|
|Thanksgiving Day||Nov 26|
|Christmas Day||Dec 25|