EPark is the City of Edmonton’s owned and operated paid parking program - managing paid parking at all curbside locations across the city and at four parkades - City Hall Parkade, Library Parkade, Century Place Parkade and Canada Place Parkade*.
EPark allows customers to pay for City-managed parking stalls via the EPark App, online, by phone or by using an EPark machine.
The City updated the EPark program May 1, 2023 to accommodate current parking demand and the needs of our growing city.
- Operating hours in EPark zones are 8am to 9pm Monday through Saturday and 10am to 5pm Sunday
- Free curbside parking is 15 minutes
- The hourly parking rate is $4.50 in the following high-demand parking areas:
- Rice Howard Way
- 103 Street between 102 Avenue and 103 Avenue
- 104 Street between Jasper Avenue and 104 Avenue
- EPark zones in low performing areas were removed and replaced with 2 or 3 hour maximum parking zones, see FAQ below for locations
- Public electric vehicle charging stations located on City-owned land, now have signs saying 'Parking for Electric Vehicle Charging Only' to ensure they are being used as intended
- Starting July 17, 2023, 13 new EPark zones at a rate of $1.00 per hour will be added to help increase turnover and free up available stalls. View the EPark map to find the following new EPark zone locations:
- 124 Street: Zone 6069 and 6070
- Kingsway: Zone 4062
- Old Strathcona: Zone 5067 - 5076
- Also, 6 existing zones will be expanded, with current rates remaining at these zones:
- Downtown: Zones 1057, 2001, 2009, 2012 and 2032
- 124 Street: Zone 6058
Event night rates apply when there is a Rogers Place event with an expected attendance of over 10,000 people. This is applicable to stalls located from 97 Street to 109 Street and from Jasper Avenue to 107 Avenue. On-street rates can go as high as $4.50 per hour during event nights while parkade rates can go as high as $5.00 per hour during the weekdays.
See the Frequently Asked Questions below for information on these changes.