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The Aggieville Parking Garage parking management programrates, and permits will take effect Tuesday, January 17. Current rates may be viewed and permits purchased online.

Payment for garage parking is easily available through ParkMobile using a credit or debit card. ParkMobile also can be used to access your first two hours of free parking. Everyone needs to register or pay immediately after parking.

Those without a ParkMobile app can register their vehicle license plate number to access their first two hours of free parking, and also to pay for additional parking, at one of the courtesy pay stations located in the garage stairwells.

The following parking management program for the garage will begin Jan. 17:

  • Sunday through Saturday — 8 a.m. to 10 p.m.

    • First 2 hours FREE

    • $2 per hour afterward, up to $10 daily maximum

  • Sunday through Wednesday

    • 10 p.m. to 8 a.m. the following day — $10/night flat rate

  • Thursday through Saturday

This management program was approved November 15, 2022, in order to pay for annual operations and maintenance costs associated with the garage.

For questions about parking enforcement, rates, or permits, please call (785) 340-3413 or email

Register your license plate and pay with ParkMobile.

ParkMobile, the leading provider of smart parking and mobility solutions in the U.S., has expanded its services to Manhattan. Through the ParkMobile app, users will be able to pay for on-demand parking at more than 450 off-street parking spaces in the Aggieville Garage. ParkMobile is currently available at Kansas State University and Manhattan Regional Airport, so students, faculty, residents, and visitors may already be familiar with the app experience.

ParkMobile is available for both iPhone and Android devices, and can be accessed on a mobile web browser.

“We are excited to introduce ParkMobile in our newly constructed Aggieville Parking Garage as we continue to improve the Aggieville Business District,” said Adrienne Tucker, parking services manager for the City of Manhattan.

“The app will make parking more seamless, further enhancing the guest experience in the area.”

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