Parking

The BRVA works to ensure that Village visitors have safe and convenient places to park. The Village has a combination of bike parking, metered parking, surface lots, and parking structures. The BRVA is currently evaluating the feasibility of a residential parking permit program.

Broad Ripple Parking Garage – Fast. Convenient. Safe.
The Broad Ripple Parking Garage and Shoppes, located at 6280 N. College Avenue, is open for parking 24 hours per day, 7 days a week. Drive in, take a ticket and self-pay in the lobby. The three-floor parking garage boasts nearly 350 parking spaces, surveillance cameras at all pedestrian entrances and exits, emergency call boxes at each floor lobby, an elevator, and an ATM. The rates for parking in the garage are:
0-1 hour: $2.00
1-2 hours: $3.00
2-3 hours: $4.00
3-12 hours: $6.00
Each additional 0-12 hours is $9.00.
The parking garage is managed by Newpoint Parking, www.newpointparking.com.

Metered Parking
Metered parking can be found on Village streets south of the Central Canal, including Broad Ripple Avenue, College Avenue, Guilford Avenue, Westfield Boulevard, and Winthrop Avenue. The days and hours of meter operation are Monday through Saturday from 7:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m. The rate for the meters is $1.50 per hour. On the following holidays, parking at the meters are free: New Year’s Day, Dr. Martin Luther King Day, Presidents Day, Memorial Day, Independence Day, Labor Day, Thanksgiving Day, and Christmas Day. For convenience, parking meter operators offer a mobile app that allows users to pay for parking via their Smart Phones, search “Parkmobile”. Meters are managed by ParkIndy, www.parkindy.net.

Residential Parking Permit Program
The BRVA is exploring the feasibility and desirability of a Residential Parking Permit Program. Residential Parking Permit Programs prohibit non-residents from parking on streets within areas where such a program is in place. Often residents who participate in the program pay an annual fee to fund the administration and enforcement of the program. Parking passes for visitors are generally available to purchase and expire within a certain length of time. Any non-resident vehicles (except permitted visitors, deliveries, service providers, etc.) parked within the Parking Permit area without a pass are ticketed. Learn more about this initiative here.

Broad Ripple Parking Study
Download Walker Parking Study 2007


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