The Ultimate Guide to Find Monthly Parking in Seattle
Looking for safe and cheap monthly parking in Seattle? Tired of playing the street parking game? This guide will help you find the perfect monthly parking spot – without breaking the bank 😉
Here are some precious tools you will need to be armed with:
A map of all the garages and lots offering monthly spots around you, along with the rates they offer. (Check out this map!)
All the tricks and tips that will allow you to trade price for convenience – if you have a limited budget.
Map of Seattle public garages and lots
Browse the map to locate the public garages and lots offering monthly parking in Seattle. The locations with a yellow icon offer online deals that you can book. For those that don’t offer online deals, you can still ask for availability and prices via the SpotAngels website and apps.
Prices to expect & online deals:
Let’s set expectations correctly – a dedicated monthly spot in Seattle is likely to cost more than $230/month. But don’t panic, you can also find spots below $165 a month. Here are some of the garages offering monthly parking deals in Seattle:
400 S Jackson St Garage – starting at $250 for a 24/7 spot – ideal for Downtown Monthly Parking. View Deal.
1530 Belmont Avenue Garage – starting at $225 for a 24/7 spot – ideal for Capitol Hill Monthly Parking. View Deal.
Union SLU Garage at 905 Dexter Ave N – starting at $200 for a 24/7 spot – ideal for South Lake Union Monthly Parking. View Deal.
1530 Belmont Avenue Garage – starting at $225 for a 24/7 spot – ideal for First Hill Monthly Parking. View Deal.
Urbana Apartments Garageat1501 NW 56th St – starting at $175 for a 24/7 spot – ideal for Ballard Monthly Parking. View Deal.
400 S Jackson St Garage – starting at $250 for a 24/7 spot – ideal for Chinatown-International District Monthly Parking. View Deal.
2800 Western Avenue Garage – starting at $175 for a Day Access spot – ideal for Belltown Monthly Parking. View Deal.
Tips if you have a limited budget:
If you have a limited budget, here are some tricks and tips:
Use parking only when you need it:
If you need parking for work, you can find spots to rent during working hours for a reduced price.
If you need a monthly spot when you come back home, you can rent a monthly spot for overnight and weekends only.
If you can’t afford a monthly parking spot, you will need to play the Seattle street parking game. Don’t worry SpotAngels is here to help! -> Check this Seattle street parking map to see free parking options around you.
Take advantage of the Park + Ride at transit stations
If you are commuting to Seattle or the other way around, you can buy a monthly parking spot near transit stations.
Union Station Garage Garage at 550 4th Ave South – starting at $257.46 for a weekdays spot – ideal if you take the King Street Station. See More.
If you need to find parking on the go, download the SpotAngels app – featured as the best parking app in the US by Apple and Google!