As rich and culturally diverse as many other facets of Inglewood are, so is our accessibility for parking and transportation. Whether you are walking, cycling, driving, or scooting through the community, you can be assured to experience an even flow of transportation and find proper parking accommodations.
In addition, Inglewood is also accessible by water. For groups and individuals floating off the Elbow and Bow rivers, there are multiple access points to the community to enjoy our shops and services.
Inglewood proudly boasts bicycle friendly parking along its main and side streets. The presence of bike racks located conveniently in front of community businesses ensures cyclists feel safe and confident while riding and parking their bicycles in Inglewood. The Inglewood BIA is a champion of walkability and bicycle friendly pathways – we wish to extend this sentiment to residents, guests and work towards building a pedestrian community.
Despite Inglewood’s close proximity to downtown, multiple businesses and amenities, the community remarkably features a host of mixed parking spaces. Street parking accommodations are available throughout Inglewood’s main street and adjacent side-streets. Many Inglewood businesses provide two or more spaces for customer and visitor parking.
Parking is removed on the south and north side of 9th Avenue for the bus-only lanes during peak hours on the weekdays (3:30 – 6 p.m.).
Free Parking & Two-Hour Parking
- The entire 1400 block of 9th Avenue offers free parking.
- A an area of free parking can be found off of 12th Street – south of the Zoo Bridge.
- The Atlantic Arts Block (9th Avenue at 9th Street) has a mix of free, one-hour underground parking and $3 parking on the weekend.
- A number of side streets off 9th Avenue have two-hour parking available – some paid, some free.
- A permit is required when parking On 8th Avenue, west of 12th Street (there is also two-hour parking on this block so it is mixed).
- A permit is required to park on 10th.