Downtown Parking Survey
Thank you for taking our survey and telling us about the challenges and opportunities you have experienced in Downtown Beaverton!
The survey is now closed. We have received over 1,000 responses and are busy analyzing all of that feedback. We will report back to you soon with more information about what we heard. In the meantime, please consider signing up for our Notify Me to receive updates about parking projects in Downtown Beaverton.
Downtown Parking is a combination of:
- On-street parking with time limitations
- Private, off-street parking for specific business
- Public parking lots
- Permit parking for employees and residents in the area
Due to COVID-19 check Current Conditions: COVID-19 for city services and closures.
Parking permits are available to people who live or work in downtown. The permits allow for overtime parking only in specific areas. See the Beaverton Downtown Parking Permit District Map Opens a New Window. for permit parking lots and street locations.
Downtown Employee Parking Permits
Downtown employee parking permits are available for $30 per quarter and can
be purchased at:
The Beaverton Building
12725 SW Millikan Way
Finance Department, floor 2
Beaverton, OR 97005
Or by calling 503-526-2257. Be sure to inform staff of your mailing address. Your parking permit will be mailed to you within one business day.
Residential Parking Permits
Residential parking permits are free of charge. Residents must supply proof of residency within the downtown area before receiving a parking permit. Proof of address can be any of the following:
- Home title
- Lease agreement
- Utility bill
Permits can be picked up at the address above.
Due Dates, Fine Amounts & Discounts
Citations paid within 14 calendar days of issue date: $25
Citations paid after 14 calendar days of issue date: $45
Please note fine amounts for parking in an ADA space without a valid ADA placard, blocking an ADA space and blocking a fire hydrant are different than the amounts listed above.
Please refer to the both sides of your citation for additional details regarding fine amount, payment due dates and discounts.
All payments are processed through the Beaverton Municipal Court.
Online: pay your parking citation online via credit or debit card. To make an online payment, you will need to have your citation number and license number of the vehicle cited.
By mail: Include the citation number and vehicle license plate number with your payment. Please make checks payable to Beaverton Municipal Court. Cash is not accepted by mail.
Beaverton Municipal Court
PO Box 4755
Beaverton, OR 97076
In person: Temporarily unavailable during building closures.
By phone: Citations can be paid over the phone by calling 503-526-2290 or
Hours of operation (excluding holidays):
Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday: 7 am to 5 pm
Thursday: 7 am to 1 pm and 2 pm to 7 pm
New parking options are on the horizon:
Downtown Parking Management and Action Plan
Beaverton is going through a period of transformation with significant upcoming development plans. Addressing the parking management needs in a growing downtown core is complex and has led to several interconnected parking projects. The action plan aims to identify parking policies, procedures, and management strategies necessary to better understand and respond to these current and future needs.
The project is based on four guiding principles that are consistent with city goals and adopted and active studies. The action plan’s parking strategies strive to be:
- Sustainable – Aligned with the City’s environmental sustainability goals, including those within the Beaverton Climate Action Plan (BCAP).
- Equitable – Designed to develop a parking system that works for all and accommodate users with diverse needs
- Adaptable – Adaptable to respond to changes in development and able to shift as needed.
- Positive – Focused on ease of use and customer service to foster a positive parking experience in Beaverton.
Currently, community engagement and data collection efforts are in full swing. A report of what we've heard form the community so far and draft recommendations are anticipated to be shared in fall 2021.
Beaverton Central District Public Parking Garage
The new public Beaverton Central Garage is under construction adjacent to The Round in Beaverton Central to accommodate downtown visitors. Planning and design is in coordination with the Patricia Reser Center for the Arts and will be funded by the Beaverton Urban Redevelopment Agency (BURA).
After Hours Public Parking Program
Looking for a place to park in Old Town? The Beaverton Downtown Association’s After Hours Public Parking Program is a partnership with local businesses to provide additional public parking opportunities in private parking lots and easier access to evening activities, including terrific restaurants, shops, and entertainment options.
The City of Beaverton does not manage private off-street parking lots and garages.
For immediate assistance, please call the Beaverton Police non-emergency line at