Parking

Parking Permits


If you live near the Kansas State University campus in a parking zone, you need a parking permit. Parking permits are $5 each and can be obtained by visiting the Customer Service office at City Hall, 1101 Poyntz Avenue, with the following information:
  • A copy of your lease
  • Make and model of your vehicle
  • Picture ID
  • Vehicle tag number

Downtown & Aggieville Parking Restrictions


Downtown Manhattan and Aggieville contain a number of restricted time areas for parking. These areas are enforced from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday. Additionally, Aggieville and Downtown have overnight parking restrictions from 3:00 a.m. to 6:00 a.m.

Public parking is available in both business districts:

Overnight Parking Restrictions in Downtown & Aggieville
It is unlawful to park on the streets below from 3:00 a.m. to 6:00 a.m. per Sec. 31-53 of the City of Manhattan Municipal Code.

Laramie Street
  • The north and south sides of Laramie Street between North 11th Street and North 12th Street
Old Anderson Avenue
  • The north and south sides of Old Anderson Avenue, which is located in Aggieville and referred to as the Old Anderson Avenue cutoff, between North Manhattan Avenue and Anderson Avenue
Poyntz Avenue
  • The north and south sides of Poyntz Avenue between 3 rd Street and 6 th Street.
  • 12th Street
  • The east and west sides of North 12th Street between Laramie Street and Bluemont Avenue.
  • The east side of North 12th Street beginning at the south back-of-curb of the intersection of the east side of North 12th Street and Laramie Street thence south 180 feet to the north back-of-curb of the intersection of the east side of North 12th Street and the alley between Laramie Street and Fremont Street.

Game Day Parking Restrictions


Parking restrictions and temporary parking permissions are in place for all home Kansas State football games for areas surrounding Bill Snyder Family Stadium. The City Commission approved these parking modifications on home football game days to improve safety and allow for better emergency access.

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.