East Bay Parking

Last Updated: March 28, 2016

The East Bay includes Oakland, Berkeley, Hayward, Concord, Fremont among a few dozen cities, towns, and communities.

Parking in Berkeley

Parking for Berkeley, California, a town of about 120,000 and home to the University of California, Berkeley, is managed by the City of Berkeley. Berkeley has garages and lots, metered streets, and permitted spots.

City owned garages and lots are operated by LAZ Parking. Parking costs about $1.50 per hour with an 8-hour maximum. Learn more about these off-street spots from the city website. There are also several private parking spots in Berkeley.

Street parking is managed by electronic meters and costs about $1.50 per hour. Meters are currently being expanded. Metered parking is not enforced on several holidays. Street parking is limited to 72 hours and some areas require a permit. Find more information on metered parking in Berkeley and restrictions.

Helpful Links:
Downtown Berkeley Parking Map

Parking in Hayward

Parking in Hayward is operated by the City of Hayward. Metered parking is available in the downtown area for $.10 per hour. Find more about parking from the city website.

Helpful Links:
City of Hayward Traffic Code

Parking in Concord

Street parking in Concord is managed by the City of Concord. Find information on rules and regulations. Browse a list of a public and private parking on Parkopedia.