If you are looking forward to a show at the historic Plaza Theatre, have a meeting Downtown or cannot wait to cheer on the Chihuahuas, you will want to plan ahead and know where to park. The City of El Paso’s International Bridges Department manages the 1,900+ on-street parking meters located in Downtown El Paso and the Cincinnati District, known as Uptown. There are also a number of City-managed garages, as well as privately-owned garages open to the public. Find the perfect place to park to enjoy your outing in El Paso!
El Paso WinterFest:
“The most wonderful time of the year” is approaching, and the City of El Paso is gearing up for the start of WinterFest, set to kick off from Saturday, November 18th, extending through the first Monday in January. Visit the website for more details and join us in this Holiday season! You can find more information on the event here.
Find information about citations, meter rentals, parking permits and more.
There are no time limits at these specifically dedicated ADA parking spaces.
The International Bridges Department is not responsible for parking enforcement. If you received a citation, you can find answers to your questions about fees and how to pay on the Parking Citations page of the City’s website. For enforcement questions please contact El Paso Police Department and/or Municipal Court.