Parking Services

Parking Services

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The Parking Division is responsible for the City's public parking facilities, parking enforcement, parking permits, parking meters, bike racks and Bike Share, signage special event parking. We work closely with all divisions and are happy to get you to the appropriate party if what you're looking for is not within our immediate oversight. 


Anticipated Traffic Delays 

The 2019 Skechers Performance Los Angeles Marathon’s runners will be making their way through West Hollywood on Sunday, March 24, 2019 as part of a 26.2-mile course that begins at Dodger Stadium and ends in the City of Santa Monica.

Street closures will be in effect on Marathon Day from 4 a.m. to 2 p.m. along the route, which follows Sunset Boulevard from Havenhurst Drive heading west; south on San Vicente Boulevard; west on Santa Monica Boulevard; and south on Doheny Drive. The route exits West Hollywood at Beverly Boulevard. An estimated 24,000 people from all 50 states and more than 63 countries will run through West Hollywood between miles 14 and 15 of the course.

For additional information regarding the 2019 L.A. Marathon, including details about road closures and alternate access routes, visit A complete route map is available at  General inquires may also be directed by email to or by telephone to (213) 542-3000.

For more information specific to the City of West Hollywood regarding the L.A. Marathon or street closures, please contact the City’s Event Services Division at (323) 848-6385. The City of West Hollywood Special Event hotline is (323) 848-6503.  For people who are Deaf or hard of hearing, please call TTY (323) 848-6496.


Overnight parking for West Hollywood residents will be available in the Kings Road Structure, Spaulding Lot, and La Jolla Lot (subject to availability) beginning March 1, 2019. For more information visit our Permit Page or call (323) 848-2067.


In an effort to ease rush-hour traffic, Parking Enforcement will refocus resources on the enforcement of anti-gridlock zones. Under the Anti-gridlock Act of 1987, CVC 22526(a) prohibits drivers from entering an intersection, even during a green light, if there is not enough room to completely pass through, preventing interference with through traffic and pedestrian crossing. Vehicles documented blocking crosswalks or stopped in an intersection are subject to a parking citation of $118. This rule also applies to vehicles making turns. 

Contact us by email or visit us in person at 8300 Santa Monica Blvd 90069 during regular business hours for permit and general questions. Parking enforcement questions should be addressed to (323) 650-6757. Call the Citation Hotline at (800) 687-2458 regarding questions about a specific parking citation.