Long term contract parking permits may be purchased through Admin Plant Management at 651-201-2300. They may be sold to:
Disabled contract parking is available to State employees, contractors and other eligible individuals with disabilities on a permanent or temporary basis. These individuals must have a valid parking contract and must display either a disabled parking certificate or a disabled license plate issued by the Department of Public Safety. Parking areas are close to building accessibility entrances. A copy of the disabled parking identification must be kept on file with Admin Plant Management in order to receive the priority parking.
Motorcycles, Bicycles and Segways
Motorcycle parking is available in parking ramps and surface parking lots with designated motorcycle areas. Information on bicycle parking can be found on the alternative transportation page. Segway users may use a bicycle rack at no cost, rent a bicycle locker for an annual cost of $50 or rent a Segway Stall with electricity in the heated Judicial Garage for an annual cost of $50.
For employees on the State's Personnel and Payroll system, payment is made through pre-tax, bi-weekly payroll deduction. For all others, payment is done through monthly or quarterly invoicing.
When parking is paid for through payroll deduction, a pre-tax transit benefit (up to $175 per month) is automatically applied. An optional pre-tax expense account is available via employees' benefits package and can be used to cover out-of-pocket parking expenses up to $175 per month.
Parking Security and Escort Service
State parking facilities are patrolled and electronically monitored by Capitol Security Division of the Department of Public Safety. Capitol Security will provide an escort service to your car. Call 651-201-6974 to request an escort and please allow up to 20 minutes for escort to arrive.
More information on public parking is available on the parking page within the Citizen Services section of our site.
The cost for parking depends on if you park in a surface lot, ramp or garage. Parking rates are monthly, unless otherwise indicated. For most employees, charges will be deducted from your paycheck each pay period. Rates are subject to change.
Current Parking Rates
Current parking availability information and waiting lists are available below.
Parking is currently available in the following locations:
Note: Due to development scheduled to occur at the Sears location on Rice Street, Lot X is being replaced by two new parking facilities. Currently, Lot X remains available, but Sears has communicated that they may cancel the parking lease with the State at any time with 90 days notice. For those individuals who park in Lot X, Admin will provide updates as they occur.
Waiting lists for each parking facility can be found below. Select those that correspond to the preferences chosen in your parking wait list application and follow these instructions to determine your waiting list status:
Click on your building link to locate parking facilities near your building. On larger maps, the red letter "P" in a circle indicates a public parking area within the lot.
Admin manages parking facilities at these locations:
These facilities include surface lots, ramps and garages. If the facility you are interested in is currently full, you can ask to be placed on a waiting list for that facility. Parking assignments are made on a first come, first served basis based on the priorities established in the Capitol Complex Commuter Policy.
Parking rates are monthly, unless otherwise indicated, and vary whether you park in a surface lot, ramp or garage. Full rate information is available on this page under the Parking Rates tab.
Stop by Admin Plant Management at Suite G-10 in the Administration Building to fill out a parking contract between 7:00 AM and 4:30 PM, Monday through Friday. You will be assigned to a parking facility and given a parking identification tag for your vehicle. You will be able to park at the assigned facility on the same day.
You will not pay at the time you sign up for a parking contract. Payment will be handled through pre-tax payroll deduction via the state's centralized personnel and payroll system, if your agency is on this system. If your agency is not on this system, you will be invoiced monthly or quarterly in advance. You will be invoiced if you do not wish to take advantage of the pre-tax parking payroll deduction option. If you start or stop your parking contract mid-month, the invoiced cost will be prorated.
You must immediately replace it to avoid being ticketed or towed. Pick up a new tag from Admin Plant Management. There is a $25 charge for replacing a lost or stolen tag. If you find the original tag within three months of reporting your parking identification tag lost or stolen, your $25 will be refunded upon your return of the original tag to Admin Plant Management. If you simply forget or misplace your tag for a short time, a courtesy pass can be provided for up to one week. Contact Admin Plant Management to request a pass.
You must obtain a free, temporary parking permit for the day from Admin Plant Management. Request a temporary parking permit in person first thing in the morning to avoid having your vehicle ticketed or towed. Temporary free parking is available in Lot Q adjacent to the Administration Building while you obtain your temporary parking permit. Park in the first row in one of the first three stalls closest to Cedar Street. These stalls are identified with a sign reading "Plant Management Parking Customers Only. 15 minute limit." Remember to observe the time limit. The Administration Building entrance is on Sherburne Avenue.
Parking meters are available throughout the complex.
Yes, Capitol Security provides escorts. Contact Capitol Security at 651-201-6974 about 20 minutes prior to your departure time.
Return your parking identification tag to the Admin Plant Management office and fill out a cancellation form. In accordance with your parking contract, you will continue to incur parking charges until you return your parking identification tag.