Century Park Bike Storage
Century Park Transit Centre has a new space to store your bicycle safely. The bike storage facility is first-come, first-served and is used at your own risk. There is no cost to using this space and users will need a lock to secure their bike.
A scan card is needed to use the space which provides 24/7 access. There is a $10 deposit fee for the card itself, which will be refunded when the card is returned. If a card is lost, users will need to pay a $10 replacement fee. The original $10 deposit will be forfeited.
To register for a scan card, please download and Edmonton Service Centre. This agreement can only be submitted in person at the Edmonton Service Centre and is not available to submit online.or pick one up at the
The bike storage facility can accommodate bikes with up to a 27" - 29" wheel size and cargo/long bikes as long as space permits. Electric bikes are also permitted, but only with sealed gel, lithium ion or NiCad batteries.
Items that are not permitted:
- Electric bikes with liquid lead acid batteries
- Tandem and recumbent bikes
If the access card is not working or is lost, users must fill out the online deactivation request form. In the event of a lost or stolen card, users will need to go back to the Edmonton Service Centre to obtain a new card. Please note the room can only be accessed with an activated card and can not be opened by transit security or a peace officer. The access card cannot be suspended if not in use.
Report stolen property to Edmonton Police Service at 780-423-4567.
The new bike storage facility is a 2023 pilot project and is expected to last one year. Based on the outcome of the pilot, the City will consider expanding bike storage facilities at Century Park and/or other transit centres.
Please Note: ETS is not responsible for damages incurred or caused to bicycles on ETS property.