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Riverside Parking Program

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Image of cars parked along Riverside Boulevard with runners running in Drake ParkThe City of Bend partnered with Bend Park and Recreation District to provide easier access to Drake Park.

A trial of a new, parking pilot program was held the summer of 2018.  Four-hour parking limits along Riverside Boulevard, from NW Broadway Street to NW Tumalo Avenue, were instituted to encourage drivers to park for a limited time and allow more park users the opportunity to visit Drake Park.  The trial was a success Riverside was incorporated into the downtown parking district in 2019.  Four-hour parking limit is in effect along Riverside Boulevard.


FAQS

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  • Why is it a four-hour parking limit?

  • Why isn't it a two-hour parking limit like Downtown?

  • How will vehicles know about the four-hour limit?

  • What is the cost of a ticket?

  • How do I pay a ticket?

  • How do I appeal a ticket?

  • How do I report a vehicle parked longer than four hours?

  • How can neighbors and others provide feedback on the parking pilot program?

WHERE ELSE CAN I PARK TO GET TO DRAKE PARK? 

Map showing parking locations and time limits in downtown Bend.

WHAT OTHER WAYS CAN I GET TO DRAKE PARK?

Cascade East Transit’s seasonal shuttles  and Bend fixed route services provide easy and affordable transportation options. Cascades East Transit’s Ride the River shuttle transports river users from Bend Park & Float, located at Simpson Avenue and Bradbury Drive next to The Pavilion.

This location will serve as the new start and end of the river floating activities with abundant parking available. The $3 fare includes transportation of river tubes to and from the float launch and exit.

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