Parking AnnapolisWant to get out from behind the wheel while you're on vacation? The Circulator Bus provides transportation into downtown Annapolis from city parking garages along West Street and Noah Hillman Garage for a small fee. If you want to build a workout into your day, park at Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium and walk into town. There are also shuttles that will take you from the stadium to downtown. Check out our interactive map that shows parking garages in relationship to local businesses and points of interest. 

Holiday Parking

Joining us for the Holiday Season? The City of Annapolis announced the return of popular parking options includng valet parking, Pre-Pay for Garage Parking and Free, 3-Hour Parking at Meters. Learn More Here

Parking for Recreational Vehicles and Buses

RVs and Tour Buses park at the Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium. $10.00 per day. No overnight parking at the Stadium lot. Please call the Visitors Center, 410-280-0445, for campground suggestions. Parking for cars and single-space vehicles are also allowed to park here for $5.00 per day. Pricing may change for Event days.

Parking Garages

The easiest way to park in Annapolis is to use one of the city’s five parking garages. Check out the listings below to find out where the garages are located around Annapolis. 

Parking Meters

Parking meter hours are 10:00 a.m. to 7:30 p.m. seven days a week. Meter rates are $2.00 per hour for a maximum of two hours. Vehicles must be moved after two hours of parking. Re-feeding the meters is not permitted.

Parking in Residential Areas

The time limit in residential parking districts is two hours, and you must move your car when that time has elapsed. No parking is allowed at red curbs. Please do not park at a posted handicapped spot. That space is for the resident of that home and shows a permit number.

Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium Parking Guide

You can find information for stadium, satellite and auxiliary parking for NMCMS events HERE.

Notice: Hillman Garage Improvements Begins Nov. 13

The Noah Hillman Garage will undergo three weeks of maintenance beginning Monday, November 13th. The top two levels of the garage and the Gorman Street upper entrance will be closed during this time.  Annapolis Parking will continue to honor those with access cards during the improvements.

Parking guests are encouraged to explore alternative parking options at www.AnnapolisParking.com. In addition to surface lots and on-street options downtown, garage parking can be found at Gott's Court Garage, Knighton Garage, Park Place Garage, and State Garage.