Whether it’s walking, riding, driving or catching a ride, there are many easy ways to visit Downtown Eugene. Download the map and begin exploring.
City of Eugene Operated Parking
Currently, the city offers metered parking and garage parking.
Metered street parking operates from 7:00AM – 6:00PM, Monday through Saturday. All meters are free after 6:00PM and on Sundays. Meters in the downtown core accept credit cards.
City parking garages are easy and convenient to access during your time downtown! City garages operate from 7:00AM – 6:00PM, Monday through Friday, at a cost of $1.00 per hour and $8.00 for all day parking. Parking in the garages is free after 6pm! The Overpark and the Parcade offer the first hour free during the week. All City operated parking garages offer free parking on Saturdays and Sundays. The Parkmobile app offers an easy, fast way to pay for garage parking.
Event pricing at some garages may apply.
Parking at the Parcade
The Parcade parking garage is located at the intersection of 8th and Willamette.
From Coburg Road / Ferry Street Bridge: Coming off of Ferry Street Bridge, turn right onto 8th St just before Whole Foods. Enter the garage on your right-hand side, just after Willamette.
From 7th St: A parking garage entrance is on your right-hand side, just before Willamette.
From south of 7th: Come into downtown north on Willamette and turn left onto 8th St. Enter the garage on your right-hand side almost immediately.
From East Eugene / Franklin: Continue onto Broadway from Franklin. Turn right onto Willamette at Kesey Square, and then left onto 8th. Enter the garage on your right-hand side almost immediately.
Parking at the Overpark
Overpark can be entered off of Oak Street, which is a north-bound one-way, between Broadway and 10th Street.
From Coburg Road / Ferry Street Bridge: Turn right onto Broadway after Whole Foods. Take a left onto Pearl, then right onto 10th, and then another right into the far lane on Oak. Enter the garage on your left-hand side.
From 7th St: Turn right onto Pearl, right onto 10th, and then right once more into the far lane on Oak. Enter the garage on your left-hand side.
From south of 7th: Come into downtown on Oak. The parking garage entrance is on your left-hand side after 10th St.
From East Eugene / Franklin: Continue onto Broadway from Franklin. Take a left onto Pearl, then right onto 10th, and then another right into the far lane on Oak. Enter the garage on your left-hand side.
Shopping or dining downtown? Some merchants offer parking validation for the Parcade and Overpark garages. And as always, the first hour is free in the garages!
Park Smarter with Mobile Parking Lot Payments
In 2018, the City of Eugene Parking Services implemented a state-of the-art parking system in downtown consisting of 280 new meters. The meters will accept coins, credit cards, Apple and Google pay, as well as Park Smarter mobile phone application and in-vehicle dash payment. Download the IPS Group Park Smarter mobile on Apple or Google.
Public scooters provide a more cost-effective, environmentally forgiving transportation option to traditional car use. Using an e-scooter to complete daily trips, such as to places of work or education, is a great way to help the city meet its goals for reducing community fossil use and greenhouse emissions. They also help to connect people to services and opportunities by removing certain barriers to transportation, such as the need for a drivers license, registration, and insurance. More information is available on the City of Eugene website.
Downtown Eugene Map
Download the new and improved Downtown Eugene Map and explore all there is do, eat and experience every day in Downtown Eugene.
Lane Transit District’s primary station is in downtown Eugene. Upwards of 20 routes, both fixed route and EmX service, serve the downtown core and extend to the greater Eugene/Springfield area.
The Customer Service Center at 1080 Willamette Street is open from 7:00AM to 7:00PM to assist riders with route planning, service essentials, transportation connections, and fare purchases. Day passes ($3.50), monthly passes ($50), and 10-Ride Ticket Books ($16) can be purchased here. Single rides ($1.75) and day passes can also be purchased on any fixed route bus. The Emx Stations are equipped with a ticket vending machine for riders. Adults over 65 and children under 5 ride for free.
Peacehealth Rides Bike Share
PeaceHealth Rides is a network of bike share stations, where users can pick up and drop off bicycles for one-way trips across the city. These bikes are equipped with GPS tracking and built-in safety features so you can roll with confidence. With ten stations in the downtown core, Peacehealth Rides is a great way to get to and from your destinations quickly. Per trip and per month rates are available. Rides are available by-the-minute or on a monthly plan. Users must sign up on the website prior to using the system.
- Purchase your ride, on the move
- Find bikes + stations across the city
- Reserve bikes
- See your trip history and miles ridden