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Limited Time Parking Restrictions in Aggieville and City Park

Aggieville and City Park contain a number of limited time parking areas. These can include limits on a certain number of hours, restriction on certain days, or certain ranges of hours of parking restrictions.

Areas with those limits and restrictions can be located in Manhattan City Code of Ordinances Chapter 31.

Public parking is available in the Aggieville business districts.

Aggieville Parking Garage

Currently, vehicular access to the Aggieville Garage will be accessible only by way of the Laramie and 14th Street intersection. Access from North Manhattan Avenue will be closed for an extended period due to construction of the next Aggieville improvement phase.

Garage parking is free until the City Commission implements a parking management program. The public can access parking in the Aggieville Garage 24 hours a day, seven days a week. However, long-term parking is not permitted. It is unlawful to park a vehicle for more than 48 continuous hours in one spot in the Aggieville Garage.

Through the spring and summer, City staff will continue discussions with the City Commission to institute a parking management program for the Aggieville Garage and on-street parking in the district, with an anticipated implementation date of January 1, 2023.

Aggieville Parking Management - April 2022 Update Opens in new window

Citywide 48 Hour Public Parking Restriction

It is unlawful for any person to park or leave a vehicle or allow a vehicle to be parked or left on the streets of the City or any other public property of the City, including public parking lots and parking garages, in one location for a period in excess of 48 hours.

What do I do if I receive a parking ticket?

Parking tickets should be paid, or drivers should appear in Municipal Court, within five (5) business days. If not, the offender will be sent a letter, and an administrative fee of $10 will be assessed. If a second letter needs to be sent, an additional administrative fee of $25 will be assessed. If the offender still does not appear in Municipal Court, an arrest warrant may be issued.