Why did you make changes to the parking lots?
What is new for this year?
What is Controlled Zone Parking?
What if I don't want to park in the parking lot that is assigned to the gate I enter?
Can I really access all freeways from every single gate?
Since I have to park in a different parking lot than I usually do, how do I find my way into the stadium?
Why did you change the numbers to letters for the different parking lots?
Does General Admission parking ever sell out at Dodger Stadium?
So, if I'm a season ticket holder with preferred parking, do I still park in the same lot?
Do those with preferred parking leave from the same gate they entered?
Did you change the names of your gates?
How much is General Parking?
What is an oversized vehicle?
Has Disabled parking changed?
It's simple. Controlled Zone Parking means that you park in a lot based on the gate you enter. For example, if you enter through the Sunset Gate, you will be directed to park in Parking Lot 1 or 2. When leaving the game, you will be required to exit out of the same gate you entered.
If you prefer to park in a different lot based on your seat location, it will most likely change the route you take to enter and leave the ballpark. Remember, you can access all freeways from any of our parking gate exits.
We changed the season/preferred parking lots in order to distinguish them more clearly from the general admission parking lots. All season lots will now be named by letter; all general parking lots will be named by number.
During full capacity games, it is likely that General Admission parking could sell out. Please arrive at the game earlier than usual on these games. Visit our parking page for frequent updates on heavily sold games.
The Dodger disabled parking policies and procedures are exactly the same as previous seasons. There are an ample amount of disabled parking spaces located in parking lots B, G, N, & P. Parking cashiers and attendants will direct those with a valid state-issued disabled parking permit and/or license plate to these areas.