Paid Parking Hours are:
*If the above holiday falls on a Sunday, the immediately following Monday is an observed holiday.
The parking revenue generated goes right back into the parking system. Spokane Municipal Code, Section 07.08.130 has more information on the parking system fund and how the money is to be used.
Call Crime Check at 509.456.2233. They will be able to tell you if your vehicle was towed and if not, help you report that the vehicle is stolen.
If your driveway is blocked you can call Crime Check at 509.456.2233 to have the vehicle ticketed and towed.
The best way to deal with these issues is to work with the school directly or your neighborhood council. Brief problems are harder to enforce. Parking does patrol around school start and end times regularly, as well as work with the school itself.
Please contact Valley Empire Collections at 509.928.4611 to resolve this issue.
Please be ready to provide the location the vehicle is located, license plate number, make, model, color, style, anything unique about the vehicle and the problem. You have several options to do this:
View the parking complaint steps to see what you should expect after reporting a problem with a vehicle on the street.
Please be prepared to provide the number located on the pole itself, and the issue.
You are welcome to submit the complaint to firstname.lastname@example.org or in writing to the 311 counter in City Hall and we will get back to you.
If you are a resident or business, you will fill out the General Parking Application; unless requesting a Residential 10 Minute Parking Zone. If you are an agency requesting a change, you will fill out the Agency Community Partner Parking Application.
Please fill out the form completely and submit it. Your request will be reviewed, site visited and a decision will be reached. Whatever decision is reached, you will be notified. This process can take up to a month or longer.
Please email your suggestions or feedback to ParkSpokane@spokanecity.org.
The City operates a complex and dynamic parking system to support a diverse array of business, entertainment and residential needs in order to move people and goods across the City.
Parking Enforcement Officers enforce the Spokane Municipal Code (SMC) related to parking across the City to keep people safe and streets easy to navigate. Our Parking Enforcement Officers are professionals, and they are committed to educating and helping the public. Officers routinely give warnings the first time they encounter a problem as long as it is not a safety concern to give people the opportunity to learn what they were doing wrong, and fix the problem without being penalized.
If you see a parking officer, say hi and do not hesitate to ask a question!