Winchester Street garage now open for paid parking

October 15, 2020 | Fredericksburg Business News |

Fredericksburg now has two downtown parking garages.

The new 321-space Winchester Street garage opened this morning to paid parking. The garage entrance is on Winchester Street between William and Amelia streets. The structure is between Liberty Place and Winchester Place. Some of the spaces in the garage are set aside for the Liberty Place tenants.

The Vakos Companies, which is building Winchester Place and is working on a development on the former Free Lance-Star property, owns the garage. The City of Fredericksburg worked closely with both Vakos and Liberty Place developer Wack General Contractor to facilitate the garage project.

Initial rates for the garage are as follows. Vakos will evaluate the rate structure and could make changes, said Project Manager Collin Vakos. Monthly parking is also available. Payment is by credit card only. The deck will be managed by City Parking Inc.

  • First hour: $4
  • From one hour to two hours: $5
  • From two hours to four hours: $7
  • From four hours to eight hours: $10
  • From eight hours to 10 hours: $12
  • From 10 hours to 24 hours: $16
  • Lost ticket: $35

The City of Fredericksburg owns the 297-space garage off Wolfe Street between Sophia and Caroline streets in addition to many downtown surface parking lots. More detail here.

There is plenty of parking downtown, so come enjoy the delights of our charming city!



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