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Lighthouse, Resident and Downtown Parking Programs

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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.

Additional parking maps can be viewed in Resolution 2019-06 Parking Restrictions, pages 6 – 16.

Parking Fees:

$3.00/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. Please note that if someone has a visible handicapped permit, they do not have to pay for parking.

Lighthouse Park:

  • 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.

On-Street Parking:

  • 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

New resident parking passes for 2022-2024 were mailed in mid-May 2022.

Resident parking passes are valid for a two year period. The prior resident parking passes list an expiration date of April 30, 2022.

Due to staff vacancies, new 2022-2024 resident parking passes were unable to be mailed until mid-May 2022.

You should have received your new 2022-2024 passes by now (the new 2022-2024 passes are an orange color).  If so, please use the new 2020-2022 resident pass(es) immediately.

Should you not have the new 2022-2024 passes yet, then please email the parking team at City Hall and we will mail them to you.

There will be a transition period where the expired 2020-2022 passes will still be honored, so long as the expired 2020-2022 pass is displayed. The Police Department is aware of the delay in getting the new passes mailed out and will not issue tickets for a reasonable amount of time following mailing of the new passes, if your 2020-2022 pass is displayed.  And, before issuing tickets, there will a time period when the Police Department will issue warnings to those still using expired passes.

Thank you very much.  Please check this website regularly for any updates.

File: http://mukilteowa.gov/wp-content/uploads/Old-Town-Parking-Zones-2022-09-27.pdf
Link: https://mukilteowa.gov/departments/planning-development/parking-programs/residential-zone-parking-permits/old-town-parking-zones-2022-09-27/
File: http://mukilteowa.gov/wp-content/uploads/Old-Town-Parking-Zones-2022-09-27.pdf
Link: https://mukilteowa.gov/departments/planning-development/parking-programs/residential-zone-parking-permits/old-town-parking-zones-2022-09-27/

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