There are a number of public parking options for those visiting the Minnesota State Capitol Complex. A blue "P" symbol indicates available public parking space in parking lots and ramps. See the tabs below for complete information on parking. More parking maps can be found on our Maps page.
Electric Vehicle (EV) Charging Station
EV Charging stations are located in Ramp F on the 1st Level.
Electric Vehicle owners visiting the Capitol Complex must pay for their parking at the pay station and may plug-in for a maximum of 4 hours.
Metered parking is available at the following locations on the Capitol Complex:
Andersen Parking Ramp (PDF) (south of 35E, off Cedar St. and E. 10th St.) in proximity to:
Centennial Parking Ramp (PDF) (Orange Level, east of the Centennial Office Building, access from Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard), in proximity to:
Lot AA (PDF) (west of the State Office Building on Rice Street), in proximity to:
Lot K (PDF) (12th Street, east of the Veterans Service Building, limited parking, 4 hour limit) in proximity to:
Lot Q (PDF) (northeast of the Administration Building, corner of Cedar Street and Sherburne Avenue, metered area only), in proximity to:
Lot U (PDF) (south of the 14th Street Ramp, north of the Stassen Building and east of the Freeman Office Building), in proximity to:
Lot W (PDF) (south of the 14th Street Ramp, north of the Stassen Building, and east of the Freeman Office Building), in proximity to:
Ramp F (PDF) (west of the Transportation Building on Rice Street), in proximity to:
Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King (MLK) Jr. Boulevard (PDF) (in front of Judicial Center), in proximity to:
Metered parking is controlled by Admin Plant Management. These state parking facilities are monitored and enforced by Public Safety, Capitol Security Division. Capitol Security is also available to provide an escort service to your vehicle. Call 651-296-6741 to request an escort, allow up to 20 minutes for the escort to arrive.
Metered city street parking is available at the following locations:
Metered city street parking is patrolled and enforced by the City of St. Paul. Parking meters typically take quarters only, with one quarter buying 12 minutes of parking time.
Public disability parking is available throughout the Capitol Complex. This parking is close to building accessibility entrances. Vehicles must display either a disability parking certificate or a disability license plate issued by the Department of Public Safety.
View the full public disability parking map for exact locations and descriptions.
Bike racks on the Minnesota State Capitol Complex are available in the following locations:
For all locations, view the Bicycle Parking Map.
State-owned visitor parking locations on the Capitol Complex are equipped with parking pay stations. Choices for payment include Visa and MasterCard credit and debit cards, $1 and $5 bills, as well as coins. Parking can be paid at a rate of $2.00 per hour or $8.00 for an all-day rate.
Easy to follow screen prompts provide instructions and each transaction generates a receipt showing the expiration time with the stall number for reference. Customers can add time from any pay station on the Capitol Complex.
Public parking locations with parking pay stations include:
View the full public parking locations map for more detail.
Note: City street parking meters typically take quarters only, with one quarter buying 12 minutes of parking time.