Special Event Info

City Parking Options for CWS Fans

The City of Omaha Parking Division offers College World Series event parking in centrally located garages and lots. Rates (per car) are either $5 or $10 per day, as posted. Payment for garages and lots is due upon entry to the parking facility via cash or credit card (Visa, Discover, MasterCard).

Look for event signs with the blue “P”s and the Park Omaha logo at the following locations:

Parking Map

  • 12th and Capitol Garage (formerly Park Eight)
  • 17th and Chicago Garage (formerly Park Six)
  • 15th and Chicago Lot (formerly Interstate One)
  • 16th and Chicago Lot (formerly Interstate Two)
  • 17th and Chicago Lot (formerly Interstate Three)
  • 10th and Jackson Garage (formerly Park Four)

Follow @ParkOmaha on Twitter for updates on availability in these garages/lots.

If you want to park at a meter, you can download the FREE Park Omaha app (via Apple or Android phones) as a more convenient way to pay for metered parking.

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Announcements

Health impact study supports shared parking

A recent Health Impact Assessment (HIA), conducted by the Douglas County Health Department, analyzed several aspects of parking in downtown Omaha, including a shared parking model.

Since the high demand for parking occurs at various times of the day, businesses and residents with different usage periods could share parking and expand the number of available spaces. As more parking spaces become available, visitors to the downtown area experience reduced stress over finding a space. An additional benefit is that fewer parking surfaces need to be built.

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Special Event Info

New rates in city garages a success

In an effort to provide additional parking options for downtown visitors, Park Omaha launched a pilot initiative to drop rates in City of Omaha parking garages. The new rates are $1 per hour with a $10 maximum.

“We want to make sure people have affordable options,” said Ken Smith, parking division manager. “Our goal is to take a balanced approached to setting parking rates based on consumer demand.”

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