Proposed Parking Rate Adjustments
January 2022

The Capital City Development Corporation (CCDC) Board of Commissioners will consider rate adjustments for the ParkBOI Public Parking Garage System at its meeting on March 14, 2022. The meeting will begin at 12:00 p.m. in CCDC Board Room located at 121 N. 9th St., 5th Floor, Boise, Idaho. Rates under review are related to daily maximum, monthly passes, hotel overnight, and monthly reserved parking. Rates are intended to be in effect for one year.

January 2022 Parking Rate Presentation to CCDC Board of Commissioners

To comment on the proposed rate changes, parking garage users can attend the March 14, 2022 CCDC Board meeting, complete the CCDC 2022 Parking Survey, or submit comments by email, fax, or mail. Written comments are due by 10:00 am March 14, the day of the meeting.

ParkBOI Parking Rate Adjustments
Capital City Development Corporation 121 N. 9th St., Suite 501
Boise, Idaho 83702
Fax: (208) 384-4267

Proposed 2022 Rate Adjustments for ParkBOI Facilities


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This public meeting will be conducted in a location accessible to those with physical disabilities. Participants may request reasonable accommodations, including but not limited to a language interpreter, from CCDC to facilitate their participation in the meeting.


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CCDC owns six parking garages totaling 3,188 public parking spaces, which are managed as ParkBOI, Downtown Boise’s public parking system. The system accommodates nearly one million visitors annually who come to Boise’s downtown to work, shop and play.

All six garages are mixed use facilities attached to restaurants, retail businesses, hotels or condominiums. All garages accommodate contract/monthly parkers, hourly/transient customers and attendees to special events. Garages are open all day, every day.

The agency created and launched a comprehensive parking website focused on downtown options for the driving public. Check out  when you have a moment (and are not operating a motor vehicle).

CCDC’s parking spaces are part of over 18,000 spaces in Downtown Boise. The City of Boise operates approximately 3,000 on-street parking meters. The remaining 15,000 spaces are privately owned spaces in garages or surface parking lots, some of which are available to non-tenant customers.