2017Apr26

Free Parking After 5

The Albany Parking Authority has teamed up with the Downtown Albany BID to offer free street parking starting at 5 p.m. on weeknights and garage parking all weekend at the Riverfront and Green-Hudson Garages (except for special events). It’s never been easier to come to downtown Albany and enjoy the nightlife, featuring some of the area's best restaurants and entertainment venues.

2018Jun1

Alive At Five

Plan to enjoy any of the concerts during the Alive at Five concert series this summer? Now you can park at the Riverfront Garage  for just $5. It’s the closest and most convenient parking for the region’s best outdoor concert series!   Parking is also available at the Quackenbush Garage for just $5.

As of 6pm Friday 3/20, metered parking in the City of Albany has been suspended until further notice.

Other parking regulations, including parking within 15 feet of a fire hydrant or at a crosswalk, continue to be in effect in both parks. The City of Albany is asking residents to continue to comply with alternate-side parking regulations throughout the City to help facilitate the continued collection of solid waste and recycling as scheduled.

Starting on March 18th, the maximum daily parking rates for all three of the Albany Parking Authority’s garages – the Green-Hudson, Riverfront and Quackenbush garages – will be reduced from $13 to $7 per day. This is being done to alleviate issues for residents who don’t usually use these parking garages during the day.

Effective March 17, 2020, at 10:45 a.m. the City of Albany has lifted parking regulations in Washington Park and Lincoln Park. Mayor Kathy Sheehan and Albany Police Chief Eric Hawkins have announced that time-limit parking regulations have been lifted at both Washington Park and Lincoln Park until further notice to create additional parking opportunities throughout the City during the COVID-19 outbreak.

Other parking regulations, including parking within 15 feet of a fire hydrant or at a crosswalk, continue to be in effect in both parks. The City of Albany is asking residents to continue to comply with alternate-side parking regulations throughout the City to help facilitate the continued collection of solid waste and recycling as scheduled.