There are many parking options for visitors and employees.
WHERE TO PARK
PAY A TICKET
BUY A PARKING
For visitors, on-street parking is available for 2 hours free and the Parking Garage at 61 NW Oregon Avenue is 3 hours free. Please note: the top level of the parking garage is permit parking only. Hours of enforcement are 8:00 am to 6:00 pm Monday through Saturday. If you did happen to enjoy Downtown Bend too much and need to pay your parking citation, there are options. For questions regarding parking downtown, please call 541-312-4910.
WHERE TO PARK IN DOWNTOWN
All visitors are welcome and encouraged to extend their parking time, longer than 2 hours, with the following options and locations. Additional time may be purchased in the Mirror Pond lots at $1 per hour for each additional hour or the parking garage at $5 for all day. NOTE: Additional time in the Mirror Pond lots has to be paid for at the time of parking.
DON'T STICK OUT
There are more than 5,200 parking spaces in downtown Bend, on the street and in parking lots. Of those, 390 angled spaces on Wall Street and Bond Street and a section of Oregon Avenue are not quite long enough to accommodate all vehicles.
Hitch racks must not extend beyond the white parking stripe.
Be sure to pull your vehicle all the way forward.
Some Vehicles Just Won't Fit
If you don't fit, don't fret, there are dozens of places to park in our off-street lots or in parallel spaces. See the map above for more details or contact us at (541) 312-4910.
EMPLOYEE PARKING PERMIT INFORMATION
Employees who work in downtown can purchase a monthly permit through Diamond Parking. For more information, visit the Employee Parking Permit page.
There are a number of options for paying a parking citation, including online, over the phone, by mail or in person at one of 4 drop-off locations.
For more information, visit the Parking Citations page.
PARKING PROJECTS AND COMMITTEES
Visit the Parking Projects page to learn more about recent or ongoing projects and committees related to parking. Information on the Riverside Parking Pilot Program, the South Mirror Pond Parking Lot Redesign as well as the Downtown Parking Study and the newly formed Downtown Parking Advisory Committee can be found there.