Downtown Parking

The Parking Office is located in the Carnegie Building at 607 Broad Street. The Parking Office monitors the multiple parking facilities (MAP) including parking decks and surface lots for long-term parking and on-street parking for short-term parking. Parking Services also offers multiple programs for frequent downtown patrons. These programs help ensure employees, merchants, citizens, and residents have sufficient parking space at a fair rate. To lease a parking space, please visit our website at https://romega.aimsparking.com. If you have any questions, please contact the Parking Office at 706-236-520.

Parking Ordinances

Parking Ordinance: Chapter 12, Section 12-244, (b) of The Code of the City of Rome, Georgia states:

No vehicle or motorcycle shall be parked for more than three hours, whether consecutive or otherwise, in the downtown parking zone between the hours of 8 am and 6 pm. Monday Through Saturday. The Parking Office is located in the Carnegie Building at 607 Broad Street. The Parking Office monitors the multiple parking facilities (MAP) including parking decks and surface lots for long-term parking and on-street parking for short-term parking. Parking Services also offers multiple programs for frequent downtown patrons. These programs help ensure employees, merchants, citizens, and residents have sufficient parking space at a fair rate. To lease a parking space, please complete the appropriate document and return to the Parking Office. If you have any questions, please contact the Parking Office at 706-236-4458.

Parking Ordinance: Chapter 12, Section 12-244, (b) of The Code of the City of Rome, Georgia states:

No vehicle or motorcycle shall be parked for more than three hours, whether consecutive or otherwise, in the downtown parking zone between the hours of 8 am and 6 pm. Monday Through Saturday.

There is a free downtown shuttle, the Roman Chariot. It runs Friday from 5 to 11 pm and Saturdays from Noon to 11 pm. Please text 706-413-2822 for pick up.

For more parking information check out the Historic Downtown website.