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EV Charging at City Facilities

EV Charging Station

As of January 2019, Sacramento operates 120 chargers at City-owned facilities. While 48 chargers serve the City fleet, 72 are available for public or employee charging. Patrons of City parking facilities can charge their EV at no additional cost, except when using the pay-to-charge DC fast charger at Sacramento Valley Station. The EV Parking Map App provides additional details on chargers by type at each City facility.

updates at the 5 city-owned and operated parking garages

The City of Sacramento is working to accelerate EV adoption, access, infrastructure, and awareness. You’re invited to discuss planned upgrades and expansion of EVSE (chargers) and proposed changes to the EV parking program in the 5 City-owned and operated parking garages.

The City is planning to use CALeVIP rebates to pay for the next phase of EVSE at City facilities, including at parking garages. Additionally, staff are proposing revisions to the EV Parking Program by modifying the current discount for existing members and reinvesting those monies back into electric vehicle charging infrastructure to support the current and anticipated demands. The focus would also shift to providing incentives for drivers of internal combustion engine vehicles that convert to zero emission vehicles. 

Distinctions between EV discussion topics at parking facilities: 

  • EV Parking Program (EVPP) – access to parking at a reduced cost
  • EV Supply Equipment (EVSE) – access to chargers (currently offered to the public for free)

 The City will be hosting two events to discuss these planned and proposed changes:

  • Friday, November 15th, 2019 
    • 11:30 am – 1:00 pm 
    • New City Hall: 915 I Street, Room 1119 (first floor)
  • Tuesday, November 19th, 2019
    • 6:00 pm – 7:30 pm
    • New City Hall: 915 I Street, Room 1119 (first floor)

November 2019 EV Meetings: Flyer



Discounted monthly parking rates are available for owners or lessees of EVs in the following designated City parking facilities:

  • Capitol Garage
  • City Hall Garage
  • Memorial Garage
  • Old Sacramento Garage
  • Tower Bridge Garage

EV drivers are eligible for reduced monthly passes, subject to enrollment availability for each garage. More information and applications are available through the Parking Services’ EV Parking Program.