Free Metro Parking Days 2020
Enjoy free parking at Oxbow and Blue Lake regional parks, Broughton Beach, M. James Gleason Memorial Boat Ramp and Chinook Landing Marine Park on Jan. 1, 16, 20; Feb. 17 and 20; March 19; April 16; May 21; June 18; July 16; Aug. 20; Sept. 17; Oct. 15; Nov. 11, 19 and 27; and Dec. 17.
For one year after you buy it, your Metro parks annual parking pass covers your vehicle parking fee at Oxbow and Blue Lake regional parks, Broughton Beach, Chinook Landing Marine Park and M. James Gleason Memorial Boat Ramp. The pass must be displayed and visible from the rearview mirror of your vehicle.
Purchase an annual parking pass online, over the phone or in person at the Blue Lake or Oxbow regional park offices. Passes are no longer sold at the Metro Regional Center. MasterCard and Visa are accepted. Discounts, extensions and refunds are not given in the event of closures due to weather, maintenance and other unforeseen situations.
Parking permit price update
Beginning in January 2020, Metro will no longer provide a discount for additional annual parking passes. There are still discounts for seniors and people with disabilities. The new pass is a convenient hang tag that can be moved between vehicles.
- Regular annual parking passes are $40
- Senior annual parking passes (for a person age 62 and older) are $30
- Annual parking passes for a person with disabilities are $10. You must provide a document on official letterhead stating permanent disability. The handicap placard is not acceptable.
- Metro does accept the Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife disabled hunting/fishing license as proof of disability.
Purchasing an annual parking pass for a senior or a person with disabilities requires documentation and is not available online; call 503-665-4995 for assistance.
Buy a parking pass
Purchase passes using this link to Metro's secure online store.
Buy a regular annual parking pass
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Buy a pre-paid day pass
All pre-paid parking passes must be purchased at least 10 business days before the reservation holder’s event. This includes passes bought over the phone and in person at the Blue Lake or Oxbow park office. The reservation holder is responsible for distribution of passes to attendees prior to the reservation. No exceptions.