and Residential Parking
Metered parking is
available throughout the business areas of Annapolis.
are from 10am to 7:30pm Monday thru Saturday and noon to 7:30pm
Sunday! Some residential areas have restricted parking to limit
non-residents to two hours of parking. So, even if there are no
meters, be sure to read the signs and estimate how long your vehicle
may remain there. Do not park by yellow or red-lined curb areas.
The enforcement by the City Police of meter and other parking
regulations is very stringent.
You are best advised to leave your car at your hotel or in a parking
lot. Walk, bus, trolley or taxi to the downtown area. Take home
good memories, not a parking ticket!
Annapolis Business Association (ABA)
members show their appreciation for your business by participating
in the Park & Shop program and providing customers with FREE PARKING
VOUCHERS for use at the Knighton, Hillman, and Gott's Court Garages.
Look for the Park & Shop Sticker!"
Thursday, May 5, 2005 was the first day of
the valet parking pilot program. Stations were erected at the
Donner lot (Compromise Street, next to Fawcett's) and Conduit
Street. Cars were parked at the Donner lot and South Street lot
(a city owned daily parking lot across from the court house.)
Garage** Just behind Main Street about a block up from the City Dock
and Memorial Circle
Street Lot Next
door to Fawcett's, meters
Court Garage** (Visitors Center)
Calvert and Northwest Streets
Street Lot Across from Fawcett's on Compromise Street
Street Lots Calvert Street, Clay
Street, Gott's Court and the Larkin lot off City Gate
Cecil Knighton Garage corner of Colonial and West Streets
Garrett Lot 275 West Street,
downtown shuttle bus
Lots Rowe Blvd. & Calvert
Street, free parking on weekends
Stadium Rowe Blvd. and Taylor
Ave., parking for cars, motor homes and buses
**( First 2 hours FREE to
Annapolis residents in the Gott's and Hillman garages,
Airport, Buses and other Public Transportation
Go on Annapolis Transit by using our color-coded Route Map and Color Clock Scheduler.
Click here to find out about the Maryland Transportation Authority
(MTA) bus routes from Annapolis to Baltimore.
Dillon's Bus Service offers commuter and charter trips to Washington D.C. and Baltimore.
Amtrak runs trains from Baltimore and D.C. to points all over the country.
And the Water Taxi is always a great way to get around some of the local waterways.
Super Shuttle Transportation Systems (Blue Van) is available from
Annapolis by appointment.