According to a National Colliers report, monthly parking rates in DC averaged $270 (11th highest in the U.S & Canada). Washington parking rates were the 7th highest in the United States. Here, you will find a guide to information and resources relating to DC monthly parking in the district, and surrounding areas near the nation’s capitol. The great thing about monthly parking in DC is that it’s a sure way to avoid DC parking tickets.
Book DC Monthly Parking Online
About this map: Powered by SpotHero, you can click on the pin of your choice and book a monthly spot online. Once clicked, SpotHero provides all the details and info you need about the spot. Restrictions, hours of operation, monthly payment support and more. You’re just three clicks away from securing monthly parking in DC.
Do you need to find a monthly parking garage in DC? Here are some of our best Washington DC monthly parking deals!
Downtown DC Monthly Parking
1105 15th St. NW – Valet: At $225 a month, this valet parking monthly location in downtown DC is a great deal. This garage features unlimited in/outs with easy access to the Farrgut North Metro Station.
Foggy Bottom Monthly Parking
2131 K St. NW: This covered garage is steps away from Washington Circle! The monthly parking cost is $225 with access during business days between 7 AM and 7 PM.
Dupont Circle Monthly Parking
1309 19th St. NW: Need 24/7 parking near Dupont Circle? Look no further! At $265 a month, this covered garage will allow unlimited in/outs with 24/7 access.
Washington DC Union Station Monthly Parking
751 2nd St. NW – Start your monthly parking with a deal! This garage is an easy half block away from Union Square and costs $260/month for the first three months!
Book Your Monthly Parking Now
There are dozens of parking operators and companies in Washington DC that allow monthly parking reservations. Browse the companies below to find the best option, at the best price. Don’t see a parking company on our list? Email us and let us know!
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SpotHero allows you to search, find and reserve a monthly parking spot in and around the Washington DC area. They have locations near Downtown, the Golden Triangle and the National Mall. SpotHero allows you to know where, when and how much you will pay for your monthly parking.
Looking for monthly parking, you can call 202-667-3030. If you are a current monthly parker with an account set up, you can pay your monthly online bill here. To view available locations and their addresses, you can see their laz parking map and then click on “Maryland & D.C” to view the parking options.
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MarcParc has an incredibly easy to use interface which actually lists out all of their monthly parking options. It also tells you the availability of the specific facility and location which is very nice. If the location is full, you can actually sign up for the waitlist directly online.
Verizon Center Monthly Parking
They have a very nice map interface where you can actually search by an address to find parking. You can sign up directly through the online map interface and this website too allows you to know if a garage has monthly availability. You can also call them 202-528-4221 Monday through Friday 8:30am to 5:30pm.
Central states they sport over 64 different monthly parking options in D.C. Here is a link to view and search for the available options. Their options are spread across the entire District, but are highly concentrated in the neighborhoods around Georgetown, George Washington University and Dupont Circle.
They have one of the largest number of monthly parking options around. You can call them at 202-295-8100 or use their parking locator. Click on the option you like on the map and then a bubble will pop up. You can then click on the blue button to sign up for monthly parking directly through the map!
They also have a helpful parking map of their locations in Downtown Washington. They use a stoplight system of green, yellow and red. Red means they offer only daily parking. Yellow means wait list and green means you’re good to go! If you click on the stop light you can view more info and see availability and price. They also have the price differences for reserved and unreserved monthly parking options. If you’re unfamiliar with the difference see below:
- Unreserved Parking – You have a guaranteed monthly parking spot, but not in a reserved space. When you enter the garage you can park in any space that is open.
- Reserved Parking – You have your own spaced that is numbered and only you can park there. You park in the same place every time. This is highly convenient and the most coveted (and expensive) monthly parking. For example at the PMI Garage located at 2000 L Street, NW the reserved price is $505.71 while the unreserved price is $252.86
On the PMI parking website, they also list the height restriction for each vehicle. Please be aware of this as they have a wide range that can be 5ft to over 8ft for a garage and then of course height restriction does not come into play for surface lots. (An outdoor parking lot with no roof).
Here is a list of Altman’s parking garages in Washington DC that offer monthly parking. They let you know availability so if monthly parking is unavailable or filled you can sign up for the waiting list. You can also call them at 202-337-1005. They have options from $89 to $369 per month.
Here is a list of dc monthly parking locations from Impark. They have locations right in the District, along with Bethesda, Maryland and Arlington, Virginia. It appears this is the only website that has the email addresses of the garage managers to get in touch with for monthly parking. This makes it very convenient to sign up if you prefer email over a telephone call.
Other DC Monthly Parking Resources
- BestParking – This is a wonderful informational guide to monthly parking options in D.C. What’s great about this site is that you can search by an address, a specific neighborhood or landmark. Many lots here have phone numbers you can call and the descriptions usually have vehicle height restrictions.
- Craigslist – Tried and true. Yes, this is still a way to find parking options. It’s another way to find that coveted D.C monthly parking spot. They recently made an update which allows you to see which listings have a map and which have pictures much more easily than before.