Bridge District Parking Update

Visitors may now park without charge for the first 2 hours
Post Date:07/03/2019 11:32 AM

The City of West Sacramento is excited to announce you may now park for free (up to two hours) when visiting The Barn. You may still purchase additional parking time in addition to the free two hours if needed. After two hours, normal meter rates apply. Signs are posted along Riverfront Street with the message “first 2 hours free parking” so drivers know they are in the free 2 hour area. Signs in the parking lot will be updated next.

To get the free parking, simply park in one of the two areas (green on map below) and use the Parkmobile app (recommended) or meter like normal to start a parking session. Follow the instructions and the free parking will automatically apply.

Important: You must use the Parkmobile app or meter to start a parking session immediately after parking. Vehicles without a valid parking session are subject to citation.

 The Barn includes Drake’s Brewing Company, PizzaSmith, and features including an outdoor bar, 400-seat beer garden, food trucks on weekends, fire pits, three music stages, a large open meadow with beach chairs and lawn games, and opening this winter, a 38-seat craft cocktail bar. More information about The Barn can be found on the Drake's website.

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