Paid Parking Zone C – Lighthouse Park and Streets North of the Railroad Tracks
The parking areas north of the railroad tracks is limited and at a premium. The City Council adopted a paid parking program to encourage parking space turn over and to pay for services needed to maintain parks and streets. The revenue from the program is used to pay for parking enforcement costs and Lighthouse Park maintenance and operations, with any additional revenue used to fund pedestrian improvements, implementation of the Downtown Waterfront Master Plan and/or for a possible multi-use parking garage.
$2.50/hour fee up to 4 hours maximum is charged throughout the year. Paid parking times in Lighthouse Park vary from on-street parking. You’ll need to feed the meter again if your stay at Lighthouse Park exceeds the 4-hour maximum.
- Paid parking in the Park is required during peak hours. MMC 9.60.020 specifies when city parks are open and closed.
- All city parks, except Lighthouse Park, shall be closed from dusk to dawn unless other wise posted by the City of Mukilteo.
- Lighthouse Park shall be closed between the hours of ten p.m. and six a.m. between October 1st and April 30th and ten p.m. and four a.m. from May 1st through September 30th unless otherwise posted by the City of Mukilteo.
- For Front Street, Park Avenue and 1st Street, paid parking hours are 8:00 am – 8:00 pm. Parking is free outside those hours, but still limited to 4 hours and no overnight parking.
Resident Parking Passes
RENEWALS: Your current permit is valid until new passes are received; these will be mailed in the first two weeks of May 2020.
Resident park passes are available at City Hall exempting residents from paying the hourly charge at Lighthouse Park. Complete this Resident Parking Permit Application and submit to City Hall with proof of residency.
While City Hall is closed, please email or mail your application with proof of residency and we will mail you the passes.