Parkade Stall Count RSS Feed

Street Sweeping in effect between April 19th and the end of June. For information about this City of Calgary program visit: calgary.ca/sweep.

LOT 60 Vaccine Clinic: We’d like to thank the more than 23,000 parkers who’ve attended the TELUS Convention Centre vaccine clinic and successfully registered their licence plate in our system. This process allows us to accommodate as many parkers as possible in our limited capacity parkade. We encourage Calgarians to continue to register their licence plate when attending the clinic, as it ensures vehicle turnover and allows continuous parking access in support of vaccinations.

The CPA is pleased to support the health and safety of Albertans through our alignment with the clinic, and as such parkers who received a ticket at the Convention Centre Parkade between April 5th and 30th do not need to take any further action.

 

Want to know how many stalls are available in CPA parkades for daily parkers?

To view the real-time stall availability click here.

Don't want to keep coming back to this page to check for updates? Subscribe to these links as RSS feeds.

Please note, the Calgary Parking Authority must ensure enough parking stalls are available for our monthly contract parkers. We reserve the right to manually close our parkades to daily parkers at any time.

 

Arts Commons Parkade (Lot 24)
829 Macleod Trail SE

City Centre Parkade (Lot 25)
240-10 Ave SW (10 Ave entrance)
221-9 Ave SW (9 Ave entrance)

McDougall Parkade (Lot 28)
720-5 Ave SW

City Hall Parkade (Lot 36)
322-9 Ave SW
Lot 40 Parkade
112-5 Ave SW (5 Ave entrance)
115-4 Ave SW (4 Ave entrance)

Centennial Parkade (Lot 54)
608-9 Ave SW (9 Ave entrance)
823-5 Ave SW (5 St entrance)

Convention Centre Parkade (Lot 60)
727-1 St SE

RSS Feeds

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Once you have signed up for an RSS reader, you will need to set up a connection between the reader and your favourite websites. This is called subscribing.

You can do this one of two ways:

1. Simply click on the link to the parkade you are interested in and use the drop down menu to subscribe to the feed.

2. Look for the "Add Subscription" button on your reader and copy and paste the website address of your feed into the window provided in your RSS reader.

To view a YouTube video called "RSS in Plain English" that explains this process, please click here.