Pursuant to Annapolis City Council action, fines for certain parking violations have been changed effective July 31st, 2019. Enclosed please find a summary of changes along with tips for how to park conveniently without risking a citation.

Fine changes include:

  • Parking at a metered space for more than 2 hours: $50.00
  • Parking adjacent to a red-lined curb, bus stop zone, or fire hydrant zone: $300.00
  • Parking in a space reserved for persons with disabilities: $500.00
  • Parking in a space marked “no parking:” $100.00
  • Exceeding 9 hour parking on St. Johns Street: $50.00
  • Exceeding 8 hour parking on King George Street between Wagner Street and the King George Street Bridge: $50.00
  • Exceeding 2 hour parking on State Circle: $50.00
  • Exceeding the 2 hour maximum on residential streets: $50.00
  • Exceeding the 2 hour maximum on residential streets a 2nd time in 12 months: $70.00
  • Exceeding the 2 hour maximum on residential streets a 3rd time in 12 months:  $105.00
  • Exceeding the 2 hour maximum on residential streets a 4th time in 12 months: $140.00

For a complete list of fines, please visit City Council Resolution R-17-19

How to Avoid a Parking Citation:

To avoid a parking citation, Annapolis Parking encourage residents and visitors to consider the following convenient parking options:

  • Free 2 Hour Parking for City Residents: Annapolis residents may park free for up to 2 hours per day in city-owned garages: Knighton, Park Place, Gotts Court, and Hillman. Pick up your validations at the garages or by visiting our office at 60 West Street, Suite 104. Park Place validations may only be picked up at Park Place. To receive a validation for the Park Place garage, visit the cashier booth located on P1, between the hours of 8am – 8pm, 7 days a week.
  • Free Garage Parking On Weekends: Visitors can park free at Calvert Street Garage (aka State Garage) at 19 St. Johns Street Monday through Friday 6 PM to 6 AM and all weekend from Friday 6 PM to Monday at 6 AM.
  • Free Parking on Sundays at Whitmore Garage: Visitors can park free at Whitmore Garage at 25 Clay Street on Sundays until 4 PM.
  • Employee Discounts: The City of Annapolis offers discounted parking options for employees of downtown businesses. View all discount options at “Employer/Employee Parking” webpage.