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Waterfront parking is where downtown begins.
Here are some additional ways to access our waterfront.
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A waterfront view makes everything taste better.
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July 6, 2018: Please note the Salter lot will be closed as of 7pm tonight, July 6, for preparation of the 2018 TD Halifax Jazz Festival. Please visit their site for more information on the schedule of events. Parking will be available in Cunard and Foundation Place during this closure. Salter lot will reopen for parking the evening of Tuesday, July 17.
May 25, 2018: Important Notice to Daily/Hourly Parkers: Upcoming Parking changes for both long and short term parking.
April 30/18: Important Notice to Monthly Parkers: Upcoming Waterfront Access Pass Changes Effective June 1/18.
The HotSpot Parking App is available in our lots on the Halifax waterfront. Read more here.
24/7 parking on the Halifax Waterfront. Short Term Parking Options.
There are a number of simple and convenient ways to park on the waterfront.
$6 Nightly Rate (6pm-8am) | $3 Hourly | $16 Daily Rate (8am-6pm). Please refer to the map below for the various short term options. Look for the blue P on Lower Water Street.
As well, various other waterfront and downtown parking options exist.
We offer Pay-by-Plate parking technology on the Halifax waterfront on Lower Water Street in the following lots: Foundation Place, Salter, Bishop’s Landing and Cunard Lot.
What does this mean for you? Convenience.
Pay-by-Plate is simple to use. Just enter your license plate and follow the instructions on the screens. Once you enter your plate number, time and payment option, you’re done. No need to go back to your vehicle to place a paper ticket on the dash.
Parking Notice: Queen’s Landing and Cable Wharf parking lots (Lower Water Street) are closed for the Queen’s Marque project. Click here for the Parking Map. Click here for a partial boardwalk closure update and pedestrian routing map.
Park It At the Market:
We have a dedicated parking area “Motorcycles Only” located in our Foundation parking lot (1549 Lower Water Street). Monthly motorcycle parking is available for $40.00 per month (including HST). To register your motorcycle for monthly parking please visit our office, located on the 2nd floor of the Cable Wharf, 1751 Lower Water Street, or call (902) 422-6591. For hourly parking please purchase a ticket at the Pay by Plate machines for $3.00 per hour.
Waterfront Access Pass (Monthly Pass):
A Waterfront Access Pass gives you 24/7 access at two different lots. Passes are $150/month (taxes included). The locations included are:
Cunard Lot 1325 Lower Water St.
Salter 1521 Lower Water St.
Currently there is a waiting list for monthly parking passes. Please contact email@example.com or 902.422.6591 for more information.
CarShare Atlantic Members
If you’re using a CarShare Atlantic vehicle, you can park at one of our Pay by Plate locations at no cost.
Did you know? Waterfront Development re-invests parking revenue into waterfront infrastructure, projects, and events. This includes the Halifax boardwalk, improved marina facilities, an innovative and efficient public spaces recycling program, and partnerships with groups like CarShare Atlantic to provide transportation alternatives.
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