Where to park. There are several parking lots around downtown Victoria. The City of Victoria offers street and lot parking. The city parking lot first-hour-free option is perfect for short trips. Did you know that street parking is always free on statutory holidays?
For cyclists, a free, bike valet pilot is open at City Hall! Operating like a coat-check, the free service is open seven days a week, with the following opening hours:
- Monday through Thursday- 7:30am-6:30pm
- Friday- 7:30am-8:30pm
- Saturday- 10:00am-8:30pm
- Sunday- 10:00am-6:30pm
The service is open to everyone and is a great option for employees and customers. Bikes (including electric, cargo, and recumbent bikes), push scooters, and other forms of active transportation are all welcome in the Valet, located in the covered space below the Antechambers of City Hall. Helmets, panniers, lights and anything else securely attached to bikes can also be left.
Free shields and registration with Project 529, the bike theft registration and recovery system used by the Victoria Police Department, is also available.
Find out more about the bike valet service at Victoria.ca/BikeParking
EV charging stations are available in a few downtown locations, and there are also several parking spots for individuals with mobility challenges.
This page is an informational resource. If you are having a problem regarding parking itself, please contact the City of Victoria (250-361-0260) or Robbins Parking (250-382-4411).
Surface Parking Map
See the City of Victoria’s surface parking spaces map for downtown below:
The City of Victoria’s Parking page offers comprehensive information on all things parking in Victoria.