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Where can I park for free in Knoxville TN?

Where can I park for free in Knoxville TN?

Parking is FREE at the City’s Market Square (406 Walnut St.), State Street Garage (520 State St.) and Locust Street Garage (540 Locust St.) after 6 p.m. on weekdays and throughout the weekend – except for specific special events. Normal weekday rates are $1 an hour.

Where can I park my car overnight in Knoxville?

3500 Knoxville Zoo Dr, Knoxville, TN 37914, United States

  • Knoxville Airport Parking.
  • Downtown Knoxville Parking.
  • Tennessee Theatre Parking.
  • Bijou Theatre Parking.
  • Holiday Inn Knoxville Downtown Parking.
  • Knoxville Museum Of Art Parking.
  • Regal Riviera Parking.
  • Hilton Knoxville Parking.

Is parking free on the weekends in downtown Knoxville?

There are several options for parking in and around downtown Knoxville. Many garages and lots are free on weeknights and weekends.

Is parking free on Sundays in Knoxville?

Knoxville Parking Rules: Most of the metered spots are free of charge on Sunday. Parking Meters are in effect Monday through Saturday throughout downtown, from 8 AM to 10 PM on Gay Street between Summit Hill Drive and Hill Avenue, and from 8 AM to 6 PM everywhere else.

How much is parking at the Tenn?

$12 up 2 hours, $15 until 6 pm, $18 until midnight; evening, weekend & special event rates as posted.

How close can you park to a fire hydrant in Tennessee?

15 feet
(a) No person shall park a vehicle or permit it to stand, whether attended or unattended, upon a highway in front of a private driveway or within 15 feet in either direction of a fire hydrant or the entrance to a fire station, nor within 25 feet from the intersection of curb lines or if none, then within 15 feet of the …

Where can I park for a UT game?


  • Closest to campus – Poplar St lot.
  • Downtown garages – Main Ave, Dwight Kessel, City County Bldg, and Locust St.
  • Downtown – Civic Coliseum Garage & Blackstock Lot.
  • Free garages – State Street & Market Square.
  • University of Tennessee Parking Information.
  • City of Knoxville Parking Meter Locations.

Should I live in Knoxville or Chattanooga?

Knoxville has the larger academic advantage of the University of Tennessee and can boast milder temperatures in the summer. As far as a wider array of features, Chattanooga is a notch above Knoxville. Chattanooga has been recognized by Outdoor Magazine on two occasions as the best place to live.