Parking Zones & Maps

Downtown Parking Map

To view the full size Downtown Parking Map and more information please click here.

You can find these zones in the Parkade located at Third Avenue and Steele Street.

See our pamphlet available here.

The City parking lot at the end of Main Street, next to the Whitehorse United Church, has a new pay station, as of June 2018.

Customers are able to pay in new and different ways. Just follow these easy steps:

  • Select an empty spot and park your car;
  • Go to the pay machine and follow the directions on the screen;
  • Select the length of your stay. Parking costs 50 ¢ per hour;
  • You can use coins (any denomination) or a credit card (Visa or Mastercard); and
  • Collect your receipt and display it face up on your dashboard.

Payment is only required from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m., Monday to Friday – however, the new pay station accepts payment in advance of those hours, from 7:30 a.m. onwards.

For example, a customer can pay for two hours of parking if they enter the parkade between 7:30 – 9 a.m. and their receipt will cover their parking fees from 9 a.m. to 11 a.m., as long as it is duly displayed on their vehicle’s dashboard.

The parking lot at the end of Main Street, next to the Whitehorse United Church, remains available for free parking Monday to Friday between 6 p.m. and 9 a.m., as well as all day on Saturdays and Sundays.

Visitors are reminded that they can obtain a FREE 3 day Parking Pass from the Yukon Visitor Information Centre. This allows visitors to park at parking meters for free.

A visit to the Information Centre will also allow visitors to easily find, in one place, the many things that Whitehorse and the Yukon have to offer. Trained staff are on duty to help answer a variety of questions.

Vehicles bearing non-Yukon licence plates are subject to the same parking regulations as Yukon residents pursuant to the City of Whitehorse Traffic Bylaw.

Parking Meter and Traffic enforcement within the Central Business District provides Yukon residents and visitors consistent opportunities to park on city streets as a result of continual turnover of parking availability for incoming motorists.