- Meter hours will be 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. Monday through Sunday
- Meter rates will be $2 per hour
- City garages will offer free parking for the 1st hour
- City garage rates at South Broadway and North Locust (next to Lesher Center) will be 50 cents an hour
- City garage rate at South Locust (above Lark Creek Restaurant) will be $1 an hour
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Employee parking options are now available on the Employee Parking Program App - SpotHero
* Download the app
* Reserve your parking spot in the SpotHero app
* $3-$5 reserves your space for the entire day right from your phone!
* Lesher Center Garage (664 spaces) - 1625 Locust Street (Special Parking Rates may apply during Lesher Center Performances) 50 cents per hour after first hour (NOTE: These rates do not apply when special event parking is in effect).
*There are also many privately owned garages and parking lots throughout downtown Walnut Creek; be sure to check a particular lot's signage for pricing and time limits.
For your convenience Route 4 is a FREE trolley service 7 days a week for rides around downtown Walnut Creek and to and from the Walnut Creek BART station. Bike racks available on each trolley-first come, first serve.
Please download a printable version of Route 4 & the Route 5 Trolley. Walnut Creek Trolley & Shuttle Brochure.
Extended Holiday Hours through December
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One of the East Bay's busiest BART stations, BART riders can easily connect to Walnut Creek's thriving business, shopping, and dining community. A short walk to the traditional Downtown or jump aboard the free trolley for a ride to Broadway Plaza.
There are two Bay Area Rapid Transit stations in the Walnut Creek area: the Walnut Creek station at Ygnacio Valley Road and Interstate 680, and the Pleasant Hill station at Treat Boulevard and Oak Road.