1120 SW Fifth Avenue, Portland, OR 97204
To find out the latest information about transportation and parking in Washington Park, please visit explorewashingtonpark.org.
Washington Park is one of the crown jewels of our nationally-recognized Portland Parks & Recreation system. The park suffers from problems, which have been widely recognized for two decades. We’re facing these challenges by reinvesting parking revenue into a variety of projects and programs that will benefit visitors, attractions, and the surrounding neighborhoods.
Since January 10, 2014, parking pay stations have been active in Washington Park. All parking proceeds are being reinvested in improvements in and around the park, including:
Management and Oversight
The Transportation and Parking Management program is overseen by a Transportation Management Association board, made up of a variety of stakeholders, including local neighborhoods. For further information, including meeting times, please visit explorewashingtonpark.org.
Parking Citations and Information
To pay or appeal your citation, please visit: http://courts.oregon.gov/Multnomah/General_Info/Parking/Pages/FAQ.aspx
If you feel you received your citation due to a paystation malfunction, please e-mail email@example.com. This email address can only address suspected meter malfunction inquiries. All other requests must go through the Circuit Court using the link above.
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Washington Park is a special place. It's an unusual place. Filled with gardens and museums; a zoo and a forest. Right in the heart of the city. The opportunities for exploration in the park can feel endless. Figuring out how to get here shouldn't.
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These documents outline the 2014 change in parking and transportation at Washington Park and the reinvestment of parking revenue into a variety of projects and programs.
We help people make decisions about how they get to and around the park, and make sure they have what they need to make their visit enjoyable.