Cheap Parking at Vancouver City Hall (Broadway & Cambie Street)

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Here are some cheap parking at Vancouver’s City Hall area otherwise known as Broadway and Cambie.

This area just up (South) from downtown Vancouver is one of Vancouver’s busiest arteries where city hall resides along with a variety of professional services and popular eateries. It is also where Broadway-City Hall Canada Line Station is located which means several may choose to park in the area and catch the Canada Line Downtown or Richmond, BC instead of finding parking in a crowded and expensive downtown or driving all the way to Richmond. (Save yourself the frustration of Asian drivers – as an Asian, I think that qualifies me to say so. Lol)

Vancouver Parking Tip – Save the hassle of finding parking in downtown Vancouver and driving in the congested city centre by parking at Vancouver City Hall area (free or cheap parking in the area) and then taking the Canada Line to Downtown Vancouver.

 

If you’re visiting Vancouver, you may likely be looking for parking around the Broadway corridor, or perhaps cheap parking around city hall. We hope to share a few spots you might be able to find free or cheap parking around Vancouver City Hall.

Either ways, whatever your reason for seeking for cheap parking in Vancouver near Vancouver’s City Hall or Broadway-Cambie, we have several excellent suggestions to look for free or cheap parking in Vancouver near Vancouver City Hall.

There are also a few monthly parking options mentioned but it is unlikely you would require monthly parking passes in this area as there are plentiful free parking available.

 

1) Free 2-Hour Parking @ Vancouver City Hall:

https://vancouver.ca/your-government/getting-to-city-hall.aspx

There is a free 2-hour parking at the parking lot you enter on 10th avenue from Cambie Street or Yukon Street. (This is no longer available as of March  due to the Broadway Subway Project.)

2) Free Parking with Purchase @ Whole Foods Cambie (510 W 8th Ave):

Ok, well it’s not exactly a purposed parking spot but it works.

Make sure you purchase your ticket (with a green stripe) from the machine besides the Whole Foods Entrance as those are the only ones that will be reimbursed.

3) $2/hour pay-parking @ Vancouver City Hall:

https://vancouver.ca/your-government/getting-to-city-hall.aspx

If you enter from 12th Avenue Westbound Lane or Yukon Street, there are stalls parking available with pay stations that charge $2/hour with a two hour limit. This is the only available option near Vancouver City Hall since the free parking is temporarily unavailable.

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