Parking Lot Passes for Purchase
Foot Ferry paid parking lot. Passes can only be purchased (debit or credit only) at the 2 terminals located in the parking lot next to the Port Orchard waterfront park.
Once pass is purchased, affix sticker to the inside of your drivers side window displaying the receipt. The receipt must be visible to parking enforcement.
Click here to view the Kitsap Transit foot ferry schedule
Please contact Parking Enforcement at 360-876-1700 if you have questions regarding the parking terminals not working.
Please contact the finance department at 360-876-4407 if you have questions regarding parking terminal refunds.
Additional Parking Information
When visiting downtown Port Orchard there are many locations to park. All locations are posted with signs stating the time restrictions. These are free parking spots available to the public for the time posted. Parking Enforcement Officers monitor the 1, 2- and 4-hour restricted parking spots Monday thru Friday 8-5:00pm. Visitors can park for as long as needed Saturdays, Sundays and Federal Holidays in the time restricted parking areas, as well as the paid parking lot. Between April and October, the annual Farmers Market is held on Saturdays in the paid parking lot near the Port Orchard Marina Park: parking is prohibited in that lot during those times. Here are a few ideas of where to park in the downtown area:
Bay Street: 2-hr parking on both sides, parallel parking only
Frederick and Sidney Street: 2-hr parking from waterfront to Prospect
Lot behind Library: 2-hr parking in the unmarked stalls
Waterfront parking lot (which lies between Frederick St. and Sidney Ave. north of Bay St.): 4-hr parking including two electric vehicle parking stalls
Paid parking lot (near the Port Orchard Marina park): Pay and display parking in the numbered parking stalls. $1.00 an hour; $8.00 per day; $38.00 per week
Residential streets that have 4-hr time restrictions: Prospect, Kitsap, Sidney from Prospect to Dekalb, Cline from Kitsap to Dwight, Robert Geiger, Dekalb, Dwight, Harrison and Seattle.