Downtown Offering Free, Reduced Price Parking Options

New Deals, Amenities Start Monday

Mitch Kelly
June 08, 2020 - 9:12 am

LAS VEGAS, NV (KXNT) - Park City is actually in Utah, but the city of Las Vegas is becoming "Free Park City" following the reopening from coronavirus lockdowns.

You just have to know where to look.

Hotels have been waiving their parking fees to help get more people to stay and play, and now the city of Las Vegas is offering new parking amenities as downtown Las Vegas safely reopens for business.

Beginning Monday, the city will offer several options for those heading downtown to visit restaurants, attractions and businesses.

The city has partnered with the Downtown Project to provide free parking through the month of June at the Llama Lot located at 152 N. Ninth St (between Ogden and Fremont).

Visit to download the ExploreDTLV app and redeem. In addition, the city is offering a 50- percent discount for all-day parking at some of its lots and garages if customers reserve parking in advance through the ParkWhiz app, or by visiting this link.

The city also has initiated new technology that adds touchless options to make garage transactions. This includes:

 - Scanning a QR code at the entry to pay for parking using Apple pay and Google pay; and 

 - Waving your hand in front of a sensor to dispense a ticket instead of touching the kiosk. 

In addition, the city is working on plans for the safe reopening of community centers, and other facilities and we will provide additional details as those facilities become available.

Visit for the most up-to-date reopening information for the city of Las Vegas.