FLORES PARKING GARAGE
In June 1988 as part of the Justice Center development downtown and the first county garage. It is a five-story, 669 parking space garage. An addition to the existing parking garage opened in August 2011. The new parking garage addition consists of 543 parking spaces and 17,843 square feet of office space to be utilized by Human Resources and downtown maintenance operations.
Comal Parking Garage
In 2012 the new Comal Street Parking Garage opened consisting of 963 parking spaces and office space at the first level for the Sheriff’s Office. An additional 233 parking spaces located at the new Adult Detention Center, South Annex Facility were added to the Parking portfolio in FY 2012 – 2013. Bexar County provides vehicular parking at different county facilities. Two of the parking facilities support those functions occurring in the two major downtown campuses: the Judicial complex and the Adult Detention Center. The county averages about 200,000 persons annually using county parking facilities consisting of Bexar County employees, citizens, attorneys, and visitors. The county owns and operates two parking garages and provides surface public parking lots adjacent to some of the county buildings.
The total parking managed under the parking portfolio is close to 4,835 parking spaces.
Striving to Provide the Best Customer Experience
The Parking Section strives to provide the best customer service while maintaining environmentally friendly and economically responsible policies while providing parking at no cost or reasonable market rates.
The following amenities are provided to customers:
- ADA accessible parking spaces and accessible routes to all county facilities
- Bike Share Stations
- Special parking rates for citizens that are completing their Jury Duty commitments
- Parking facilities are within easy access to VIA bus lines
HAVE BUSINESS AT A COUNTY FACILITY?
NEED TO KNOW WHERE TO PARK?
Below is a list of parking garages and surface lots and the buildings or departments they support. Detailed information about each facility is listed below including rates and hours.
Located at 211 S. Flores St, the garage provides parking for jurors, constituents conducting business downtown, county employees and elected officials, and also contains Human Resources/Civil Service; Small, Minority & Women-owned Business Enterprise Program; and Maintenance department on the first floor. The garage serves the Bexar County Courthouse, Cadena-Reeves Justice Center, Paul Elizondo Tower, Bexar County Annex, Fire Marshall, and JP-1 offices.
The Comal Street Garage is located at 127 N. Comal St. and provides covered parking for the Adult Detention Center complex and Adult Probation Building, visitors as well as employees.
Located at 233 N. Pecos la Trinidad Street, the Vista Verde Plaza Building parking lot provides 226 surface parking spaces with 13 handicap and van accessible spaces.
Located at 514 W. Quincy St, the Garage has 4 floors with 206,800 SF. and 623 parking spaces. Clearance of 7’9”. This garage supports SAISD staff and parking is restricted Monday - Friday 12:00 am - 5:00 pm.
Bexar County Juvenile Probation and Detention Center Campus, located at 600 Mission Road, provides surface parking for employees and visitors.
This parking surface lot supports the Cyndi Taylor Krier Juvenile Correctional Treatment Center.
This parking surface lot supports the Adult Detention South Annex and Drug, Court, Pre-trial services, Reentry Services, Video Visitation, Work Release, BCSO Recruitment.
Located at 200 Iowa this parking lot is open and free to visitors and county employees Monday – Friday 8:00 am- 4:30 pm. Special Event parking on evenings and weekends is $20.00.
Other County facilities offer surface parking at no charge to visitors:
Administrative Policy No. 4.1
Photography or filming for news, advertising, or commercial purposes
Photographs or filming may take place in facilities under the jurisdiction of Facilities Management only with the Director’s consent. Except where security regulations apply or court order or rule prohibits it, photographs or filming for news purposes may be taken in entrances, lobbies, foyers, corridors, or courtrooms when used for public meetings. Photographs and filming for advertising and commercial purposes are prohibited.
See Use of Bexar County Buildings & Grounds Policy for full details.