Park Easy with Evie

Parking Basics

Start your trip in Dinkytown and end it in Frogtown: Evie is quick and great for one-way trips. 

When ending your trip, remember it must be in the Home Area and at:

•City meters with time limits 2 hours or greater.

•Any parallel parking spot on public streets, including “Residential Permit Required” zones.

Additional parking information is found inside each Evie on the driver-side door. 

On-Street Parking

Park at any non-metered on-street parallel parking stall within the Home Area. This could be in front of your house, in front your favorite local eatery, or in front of a neighborhood boutique. 

Parking in a RESIDENTIAL PERMIT REQUIRED area? We’ve got you covered. All Evie’s are approved to park in neighborhoods where permits are required, as long as it’s in the Home Area. 

Ask a Minnesotan and they’ll tell you we have two seasons: winter and road construction. Evies must follow the same rules other cars do and, therefore, are not exempt from temporary closures. If you see an Evie in trouble, let us know or move it yourself and get a $10 Drive Credit. 

City Specific

Where parking is pretty similar in both cities, it’s important to know the difference between the two.

Request a Dedicated Spot

We are always looking to partner up, and a dedicated parking spot is a great first step. Dedicated parking can help reduce the amount of vehicles in your area, reduce air pollution, and help the environment.

If you’re a property owner and want a dedicated parking spot just for Evie, or if you’d like to request one in your area and know exactly where it should be, complete the form below. We can’t guarantee results, but we’ll try our hardest! 

*At this time, we are not able to provide dedicated parking at individual homes. Dedicated Spots must be available 24/7/365 with no barriers to entry/exit.