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Downtown Parking

Parking Garages

The Tulsa Parking Authority has several public garages that are available for visitors to downtown Tulsa. Listed with each public garage are the closest venues to the garage.

Civic Center Parkade
520 E. 3rd St.
Cox Business Center  |  Civic Center  |  BOK Arena
100 West Garage
100 West First St.
BOK Arena  |  Federal Building  |  Williams Towers
Main Park Plaza Garage
410 S. Main St.
Downtown Business District  |  Mayo 420 Apts.  |  One Place Tower
Williams North Garage
11 E 1st Street next to Jazz Hall of Fame
BOK Tower  |  Jazz Hall of Fame  |  Brady District
Williams South Garage
20 E. 2nd Street
Hyatt Regency  |  BOK Tower  |  TPA Green  |  Performing Arts Center
Performing Arts Center Lot
110 E. 2nd Street
Performing Arts Center  |  City Hall  |  Blue Dome

Civic Center Parkade
520 E. 3rd St.
Cox Business Center  |  Civic Center  |  BOK Arena

100 West Garage
100 West First St.
BOK Arena  |  Federal Building  |  Williams Towers

Main Park Plaza Garage
410 S. Main St.
Downtown Business District  |  Mayo 420 Apts.  |  One Place Tower

Williams North Garage
11 E 1st Street next to Jazz Hall of Fame
BOK Tower  |  Jazz Hall of Fame  |  Brady District

Williams South Garage
20 E. 2nd Street
Hyatt Regency  |  BOK Tower  |  TPA Green  |  Performing Arts Center

Performing Arts Center Lot
110 E. 2nd Street
Performing Arts Center  |  City Hall  |  Blue Dome

 

Parking Meter Enforcement

By ordinance, metered parking throughout downtown, including the Brady Arts District and the Hillcrest Hospital District, can be enforced Monday - Friday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Parking inspectors will also continue to enforce illegal parking before and after enforcement hours throughout Tulsa for individuals parking in loading zones, no parking zones, handicapped parking without a placard, spaces not identified for parking, etc.

Future for Parking Meters

The City of Tulsa has been looking at an overall parking meter plan for years in downtown Tulsa as most of the current parking meters are considerably outdated, inoperable or ineligible for repair and replacement.

Over time, the goal is to have all of the antiquated parking meters updated to one centralized meter and management system. Eventually, the City hopes to have a mixture of single space meters and electronic Parking Pay Stations that work together on one platform with all of the types of parking spaces in Tulsa, such as the new back-in parking.

Although funding is currently not available to replace the entire parking meter system in the city of Tulsa, staff will continue maintenance on the old meters as needed, to maintain the systems' integrity.