Salt Lake City




Got a Parking Ticket?

Pay it online. To pay in person, visit the Salt Lake City Justice Court at 333 S 200 E in Salt Lake City, Utah.

Need to Contest a Parking Ticket?

Parking citations must be contested within 20 calendar days from the date the ticket is issued. Appeals are not allowed after 20 calendar days. More Information.

Parking Enforcement

Contact the Compliance Division for information on parking/civil enforcement, crossing guards, and meters.

Parking Enforcement Frequently Asked Questions

Pay Stations

Some information on Pay Stations

Impounded Vehicles

Impounded vehicle information

Residential Parking

Residential Parking Permits are issued at 349 South 200 East, Room 450, Salt Lake City, UT. 84111. Please (801) 535-6630 or visit the transportation division website for cost and additional information. Permits require the following criteria:
  • A current and valid driver’s license
  • Current registration
  • Proof of residency

Any vehicle that is parked in a Residential Parking Permitted area that does not have a current permit, visitors pass (valid for up to 30 days) or guest pass (valid for up to two days) displayed properly is in violation of city ordinance (12.56.300).

On-Street Parking

Salt Lake City manages the on-street paid parking (metered parking). Get the app and find parking locations and pay right from your phone.

Public Off-Street Parking

Visit the Parking in Downtown Salt Lake City website for more information about parking lots located off-street.

Free Metered Parking

Parking for People with Disabilities – All vehicles displaying a disability license plate or disability placard, and transporting a person with a disability, may be parked at any city parking meter without charge for up to two hours. The plate and placard are available from the Utah Department of Motor Vehicles. Vehicles may not be parked in areas where official signs or traffic markings prohibit stopping, standing or parking, including areas reserved for emergency use and bus stops.

Green Vehicles – visit the Green Vehicles page for information on obtaining a 2 hour parking sticker for your low-emissions vehicle.

Motorcycles – Motorcycles can park in the following identified motorcycle parking spaces for free for up to two hours.

Electric Vehicle Charging Stations

The City currently has 12 charging locations within downtown, with a total of 28 Level 2 smart charging ports. You can use the ChargePoint app to view station availability and initiate a charge. The fee is $1.00 per charging session, plus $0.10 per kWh.


Library Square Garage (P1) – 210 East 400 South | Four ports | Four hour limit

Library Square Garage (P2) – 210 East 400 South | Two ports | Four hour limit

55 East 300 South – Two ports | Two hour limit

159 S. Main Street – Two ports | Two hour limit

Liberty Park (western loop) – 600 East 900 South | Four ports | Four hour limit

Forest Dale Golf Course – 2375 South 900 East| Two ports | Four hour limit

Fairmont Aquatic Center – 1044 E. Sugarmont Dr. – Two ports | Four hour limit

1170 Wilmington Ave – Two ports | Two hour limit

2600 Sunnyside Ave – Near Hogle Zoo | Two ports | Four hour limit

Sorenson Multi-Cultural Center – 855 W California Ave | Two ports | Four hour limit

International Peace Gardens – 1060 S 900 W | Two ports | Four hour limit

Pioneer Park  – 349 West 300 South | Two ports | Two hour limit

There is one Level 3 fast charging station at 255 East 500 South. Use the Greenlots app to pay and initiate a charging session. The fee is $2.00 per charging session, plus $0.20 per kWh.