Sacramento Valley Station Grand Reopening Open House

City of Sacramento will celebrate the grand reopening of the Sacramento Valley Station, Thursday, Feb. 23, 2017. The City will host a public open house from 11 a.m to 1 p.m., to tour the upgraded facility. The 68,000 square-foot building underwent significant improvements. The new, old station improves the experience for rail and transit users and restores treasured features of the building.

Tour Details

Attendees must register for a window of time at either 11 a.m to 12 p.m. or 12 p.m. to 1 p.m. Event is limited to 100 attendees.

Wristbands will be provided upon check-in. Attendees will receive a tour time within the above timeframe. Tours will last approximately 25 minutes. Please wear comfortable shoes. Tour will involve walking and a series of stairs. Elevators are available for those needing accommodation.

Parking and Transportation

Attendees are encouraged to consider other modes of transportation including walking, carpooling, or public transportation. Below are some information on parking:

Depot Street Parking

Motorists may now park on the newly constructed Depot streets. The Depot street parking is pay by phone only using Parkmobile. Patrons may choose to park short term at $1.75 per hour, or pay a max of $6 to get 10 hours of parking time. To download the app and set up an account beforehand, please visit Parkmobile or search for Parkmobile in the app store. Upon parking, open up the app and type in the “Zone” digits that are posted on the green signs. No need to display anything on the dashboard as your parking session is now electronically registered with our Parking Enforcement system.

Lot 293

Lot 293 (Sacramento Valley Station Lot) located directly in front of the Amtrak station at 5th & I Streets. Parking here is $1.00 per 20 minutes, or pay $10 max to get 24 hours of parking.

Old Sacramento Garage

Old Sacramento Garage is located at 2nd & I Streets and charges $3.00 per hour. The entrance is located off I Street and on the left side of the street once you pass 3rd Street.

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