If you work downtown or like to shop or play here often, Downtown Spokane has several options to help you with parking. Explore below for a description of the parking programs that are overseen by the BID.
While you shop, dine, have fun, or utilize many of the services downtown, participating downtown businesses help pay for your parking by giving you an EasyPark validation whenever you make a minimum purchase. Validated EasyPark coupons are redeemable at downtown parking facilities displaying an EasyPark sign.
Click here for a listing of all participating EasyPark businesses and parking facilities.
For Downtown businesses trying to find a way to thank customers by paying for part of their parking when a $1 off EasyPark coupon is not enough. The Business Improvement District (BID) has a program that can help you with this effort. It is called Premier Pass. This program allows businesses to pay up to two hours of your customers parking at participating garages. This is a separate program than the EasyPark validation program and cannot be combined.
Click here for a list of participating Premier Pass businesses and parking facilities.
CityTicket Park & Ride
Do you work downtown and pay too much to park? For only $30 per month with CityTicket, you can park at the Arena parking lot and receive a ride to and from downtown. CityTicket is a partnership between the Spokane Transit Authority (STA), the Arena, and the BID.
The Plaza-Arena shuttle travels to the center of downtown to the STA Plaza with many convenient stops along the way. During peak hours, the shuttle departs every few minutes with service every 20 minutes throughout the day. Parking is available Monday through Friday, plus on weekends if no events are scheduled at the Arena. In addition, your CityTicket pass is valid on the trolley during all service hours.
Vanpools can now park at the Spokane Arena for a reduced cost. More
If you have questions about parking downtown, please contact Andrew Rolwes at 509.456.0580 ext. 109 or email@example.com.