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FTC Parking Fee Program Updates

You can now submit your e-mail address to receive e-mail notifications of updates to the FTC Parking Fee Program

2018 Parking Fee Program Summary

This Program…

  • was developed through a public participation process (open forums)
  • relieves traffic congestions during peak hours
  • improves parking enforcement and security
  • ensures a reserved space is available every morning for those who need it
  • provides both monthly reserved and daily first-come, first-served parking

Fairfield Transportation Center

Monthly Reserved Parking in Garage (365 spaces)

  • $30 per month
  • Parking spaces will be numbered and assigned to specific customers
  • Garage is secured with a gated entry
  • Parking enforced through license plate identification (up to 3 vehicles per space)
  • Reservation guarantees a space

Daily “Pay-by-Space” Parking in Surface Lot (235 spaces)

  • $1.50 per 24-hours, per space
  • First-come, first-served
  • Overnight parking allowed
  • Ticket provided at gated entry, pay-on-foot validation prior to exit
  • Free parking for first 30 minutes
  • Spaces are available Saturdays and Sundays at no charge

Fairfield Vacaville Train Station

Daily “Pay-by-Space” Parking at the Train Station (139 initial spaces)

  • $1.50 per 24-hours, per space
  • First-come, first-served
  • Overnight parking allowed at $1.50 per day
  • Ticket provided at gated entry, pay-on-foot validation prior to exit
  • Free parking for first 30 minutes
  • Spaces are available Saturdays and Sundays at no charge 

Parking Program FAQ’s

  • When will the parking fee program go into effect?
    We plan to have the program in place by summer of 2019.
  • If I already submitted an application for a monthly reserved parking space last year, will I need to submit a new application?
    Yes, this will be a new program and new monthly reserved applications will be released to the public this summer prior to the start of the program.

  • Why can’t we use the parking lots at neighboring businesses?
    The City of Fairfield has contacted the ownership groups for Target, Home Depot, McDonalds, and the 99 Cent Store. All of the ownership groups have expressed a position of non-interest with respect to discussing parking capacity and management strategies. They have made it very clear that additional discussions will not change their decision.