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    Where to Park in Provincetown

    Provincetown Parking
    July 12, 2022

    For those bringing a car into town, Provincetown parking can be a bit challenging at times, especially during the busy summer season. Here is ptownie’s breakdown of where to park your car in Provincetown.

    Public Parking in Provincetown

    Parking Enforcement is from May 1st through October 31st, 7 days a week, including holidays.There are two staffed parking lots at MacMillan Pier and Grace Hall, both are open 24/7.

    The remaining staffed lots have a pay station kiosk that accepts currency, coins, Master Card, Visa, and Discover Cards. These lots are enforced 8:00 am to 12:00am. There are also 9 parking metered zones that accept coins only, they are enforced 8:00 am to 12:00 am.

    MacMillian Pier Parking Lot Provincetown (MPL)

    MacMillian Pier Parking lot is located in the center of town by Lopes Square and is a manned lot. Take a ticket from the dispenser upon entry. Master Card, Visa, Discover, and cash are accepted.

    Lot Info:

    • 323 spaces
    • Open 24 hours a day
    • $3.50 per hour $35 maximum in 24 hours

    Grace Hall Parking Lot Provincetown

    Grace Hall Parking Lot is located at Prince Street and Bradford Streets. There’s an additional entrance at the end of Captain Birdie’s Way (off of Shank Painter Road). Take a ticket from the dispenser on the way in.

    Lot Info:

    • 354 spaces
    • Open 24 hours a day
    • $2.50 per hour $25 maximum in 24 hours

    Kiosk Pay Stations or Pay through the Passport Parking App

    The following is a list of all Kiosk Pay Station lots in Provincetown:

    • Johnson Street Parking Lot (34 spaces)
    • Alden Street Parking Lot (33 spaces)
    • Ryder Street and Ryder Street Parking Lot (26 spaces)
    • West End Parking Lot (45 spaces)
    • Harry Kemp Street (34 spaces)
    • School Street (27 spaces)
    • Boatslip and Coast Guard Station (29 spaces)
    • Fire Station (27 spaces)
    • Winslow Street (50 spaces)

    You can also call the Provincetown Parking Office at 508-487-7050 to obtain a weekly pass. All kiosk parking lots are enforced from 8:00 am to 12:00 am.

    Metered Parking Spaces in Provincetown

    The following is a list of all Metered Parking Spaces in Provincetown:

    All metered parking spaces are enforced from 8:00 am to 12:00 am.

    Jerome Smith Parking Lot (Closed)

    The Jerome Smith parking lot (40 spaces) is temporarily closed during construction of the new Provincetown police station.

    Provincetown Passport Parking App

    Download the Passport Parking App by clicking here:

    Electric Vehicle Charging Stations in Provincetown

    Provincetown has four (4) Level 2 electric vehicle charging station ports in front of the MacMillan Pier Parking Lot off of Ryder Street Extension. The rate to park and charge at the stations is $1.50 per hour. Your vehicle must remain plugged into the station for the entire time it is parked in the space.

    Stations can be activated with a ChargePoint card, a contactless credit card (such as American Express ExpressPay or Visa payWave), or by pressing the “Help” button on the station screen and calling the number provided. If you don’t have a ChargePoint card, you can have one sent to you for free by visiting Charge Point. You can search for Provincetown’s charging stations on the ChargePoint map by viewing the Map.

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