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South Lake Union On-Street Parking

Updated September 2013
SLU Parking
Careful management of South Lake Union's on-street spaces ensures available parking for employees, customers and residents and helps to:

  • implement the City's vision to make the neighborhood an accessible place to live, shop, and work
  • provide a flexible parking response to significant and dynamic development changes
  • encourage future transit, walking and biking investments

Click here for a fall 2013 map of on-street parking regulations in South Lake Union. Please note that construction and other events may impact availability and regulations. Be sure to check posted signs before parking.

Click here for more information on parking in the neighborhood.

Click here for updates on transportation projects in South Lake Union.

In 2008, SDOT completed installation of pay stations and restricted parking zone (RPZ 24) to replace the existing free, largely unrestricted parking. There are two types of paid parking: short-term for up to 2 hours, and longer-term for up to 10 hours. Along RPZ-signed streets, residents with valid zone 24 permits do not have to pay for street parking. For more information:

For the most up-to-date information about on-street parking rates and maximum time limits, visit the Seattle Parking Map. This link goes directly to South Lake Union.

For questions or comments, please contact Jonathan Williams at or 206-733-9026.


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