Accessible Parking

ADA Accessible On-Street Parking

There are 67 accessible on-street parking spaces marked as accessible in downtown Boise. They are indicated by a sign and blue paint on the curb.

  • Any vehicle displaying the accessible plate or placard may park in these spaces without regard to time limits.
  • Any vehicle displaying the accessible plat or placard may park in ANY legal space without regard to time limits or accessible space indications.

State-Issued Accessible Permits

Apply for a state-issued disability license plate or placard.


Public Requests for On-Street Accessible Parking

Submit a request for the city to add accessible parking spaces to on-street parking.


Accessible Parking Committee Meetings

As per City Code, the City of Boise’s Accessible Parking Committee generally meets five times each calendar year (typically the 2nd Friday of January, March, May, September and November) or as necessary to discuss issues related to accessible parking. The Committee makes recommendations to the Boise City Division of Parking Services on modifications to existing accessible parking as well as recommendations on additional accessible parking. All meetings are open to the public.

Next meeting is scheduled for November 8, 2019

Location: City Hall, 2nd Floor - Belgravia Conference Room, 150 N. Capitol Blvd., Boise, ID 83701

Accessible Parking Committee Members

Jeremy Maxand | Committee Chair

Ken Jones | Vice Chair

Dana Gover | Secretary

Mel Leviton

Virgil Rock

Jennifer Grush-Dale

To contact the Accessible Parking Committee, please fill out this form.

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