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Parking enforcement is done Monday through Friday, 8:00am - 5:00pm, with the exception of State of MT legal holidays.Metered parking starts at 9:00am on the street, however all pay lots, lease areas, residential permit areas, loading zones and time-limited spaces are enforced starting at 8:00am.
Report your concerns here. If you are using this form to report a problem with a ticket, you will not receive a response. You can report ticket issues to the Parking Commission office by phone at (406) 552-6250 or in person at 128 W Main Street.
The following information is intended to help you park with your disabled parking pass in the Central Business District. If at any time you have questions about disabled parking in the CBD, please contact our office at (406) 552-6250 and a member of our administrative team will assist you.
Where can you park?
ON-STREET - The signed on-street disabled spaces in the CBD are available for a maximum of 2-hours of parking. With a valid disabled placard or license plate displayed, you can park for free in these spaces. We also offer free parking in any short-term metered space for up to 2 hours. Hourly payment is required after the initial 2-hour window. Payment can be made using zone 4061 in the Passport parking app or at any on-street parking kiosk.
PAY LOTS (Bank Street, New Park, E Front Lot) - The signed disabled spaces in pay lots are available for a maximum of 2 hours of parking. With a valid disabled placard or license plate displayed, you can park for free in these spaces. We also offer free parking in any hourly space for up to 2 hours. Hourly payment is required after the initial 2-hour window. Payment can be made using zone 4063 in the Passport parking app or at a parking kiosk located in the lot.
GARAGES - signed disability parking spaces are throughout our public parking garages. You will be charged the regular hourly rate when you leave the parking garage.
LEASE PARKING - a valid lease is required for parking in any space within lease parking areas. Parking in the signed disabled spaces requires both a lease and a valid disabled placard or license plate.
If you need to obtain a state issued disabled parking permit, click here to find the MV5 - Disability Permit/License Plate Application. Once this form is filled out and signed by you and your doctor, it will need to be sent to Helena for processing. We offer a temporary disability pass while your application is being processed. For this temporary pass, call our office at (406) 552-6250 to set up an appointment to bring in your completed application. Our administrative team will look at your application, verify that it is filled out and signed, and provide you with a temporary disabled parking pass.
Parking tickets may be mailed in to the Parking Commission’s office, at 128 W. Main Street, using the envelope provided. This envelope with payment may also be placed in a night deposit box located just outside the main door of the Parking Commission’s offices at 128 W. Main Street. The Missoula Parking Commission will also accept your payment via phone at (406) 552-6250 or online here using a Visa or MasterCard.