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Effective March 1, 2019, in accordance with the lease agreement between Century Park Development Ltd. and the City, approximately 450 Park & Ride stalls will be surrendered back to the developer to accommodate their development plans. The City will operate 390 remaining parking stalls as free parking on a first come first served basis.

Customers who currently pay for a City-operated reserved stall have the option to make independent arrangements for monthly reserved parking in the landowner’s private Park & Ride, or use the City-operated free parking. Note that the only paid reserved parking stalls at Century Park after March 1 will be those operated by the landowner. 

Century Park Transit Centre is located on 24 Avenue and 111 Street NW with bus stops #4200 through #4216.

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Park & Ride Changes

The City uses leased land at Century Park to operate a Park & Ride lot with the help of Impark. According to lease agreements, the City is required to surrender lands to accommodate development plans by the private landowner, Century Park Development Ltd. The City is responsible for maintaining the parking areas it leases, while the landowner is responsible for maintaining its own parking areas and the pedestrian walkway to the transit centre and LRT station. For inquiries about these areas or future development plans, please contact the landowner at 780-414-8888.

Previous and upcoming Park & Ride changes to accommodate private landowner development include:

December 1, 2016: Free parking stalls were relocated northeast to a new lot.

June 15, 2017: Reserved parking stalls were relocated north to a new lot.

November 20, 2017: Lands incorporating 199 City-operated parking stalls were surrendered to the landowner. The landowner began operating paid parking on the surrendered lands.

June 1, 2018: Lands incorporating 216 City-operated parking stalls were sold to and surrendered to the landowner.

March 1, 2019: Lands incorporating 454 City-operated parking stalls will be surrendered to the landowner.

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  • All 390 City-operated parking stalls at Century Park will be free. However, there will be no City-operated paid reserved stalls at Century Park.
  • Customers currently paying for a City-operated paid reserved stall at Century Park can make independent arrangements to secure monthly reserved parking in the landowner's private Park & Ride lot which is managed by ProCura Parking and Facilities.
  • There will still be 1260 Park & Ride stalls available at Century Park, however only approximately 390 will be operated by the City (for free), while the remaining stalls will be operated and priced by the developer.


The approved zoning for the site will ensure there is adequate parking for overall transit oriented development needs, which includes the right balance for residents, businesses, visitors and commuters.  

Kiss & Ride Areas

The Kiss & Ride area located on 111 Street on the west side of the transit centre is reserved for quick passenger pickup and drop-off only. Please drive with caution, do not double park, obey parking signs and be courteous to buses and other drivers.

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The City 's parking areas are indicated by the following sign.

Free Parking Area Sign

The easiest access to the City’s free Park & Ride stalls is through the entrance at 29 Avenue and 109 Street. 

Transit riders can also:

Why is parking changing? What are the future plans for this lot?

Parking stalls operated by the City of Edmonton are being surrendered to the landowner in accordance with the lease agreement, to accommodate future development plans by the landowner. Inquiries about development plans can be directed to Century Park Developments Ltd. at 780-414-8888

How many reserved stalls are there?

As all remaining City-owned Park & Ride stalls will be converted to free stalls, the only paid reserved stalls at Century Park after March 1, 2019 will be those managed by the landowner.

Does this affect reserved parking costs and wait lists?

After March 1, 2019, all City-operated parking stalls have been converted to free stalls. All persons interested in reserved paid parking should contact the landowner’s parking manager, ProCura, to make arrangements.

Will there be traffic impacts?

There may be some traffic impacts depending on the developer’s construction plans for the lots previously operated by the City of Edmonton. Users are strongly encouraged to drive with caution, watch for pedestrians, obey parking signs and be courteous to buses and other drivers.

People are parking in my neighbourhood, what do I do?

If neighbourhood parking becomes a concern, some options include:

  • Exploring Private Agency Parking Enforcement, which offer businesses, apartment and condo managers a way to conduct parking enforcement on private property
  • Contact an Agency Officer at 780-496-5174 if you are looking for guidelines for a Residential Parking Program in your neighbourhood. For additional information, call 311 or visit
  • Contacting City Parking Enforcement for illegally parked vehicles. (Please note it is legal for anyone to park responsibly on most residential streets)
Map of 24 Ave and 111 Street NW
24 Ave and 111 Street NW
Edmonton, Alberta


All transit centres are accessible.

Features Present?
Bike Rack Capacity Checkmark
Designated Parking for Disabled Checkmark
Park & Ride Checkmark
Paid Park & Ride Checkmark
Passenger Drop Off Area (Kiss and Ride) Checkmark
Transit Arrival Sign  
LRT Station Adjacent Checkmark
Accessible Public Washrooms Checkmark
Convenience Store Checkmark
Larger Shelter Checkmark
Public Pay Phone Checkmark
TTY Phone Checkmark
Public Washroom Checkmark
Seating Checkmark
Snack/Beverage Vending Machine  
Emergency Phones Checkmark
Transit Information Intercom  


For information and pictures of public artwork located at Transit Centres and LRT Stations, see the City of Edmonton Public Art Collection or Art and ETS.

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