There are numerous free and paid parking options throughout the Marietta Square area. The Square features both paid and free parking lots, as well as free parking spaces and several parking decks that are free to park after 5pm on weekdays and free every Saturday and Sunday. The maps below will help you find the right place to park for any location or event.
Marietta Square/Glover Park
Free two hour parking is available in the numerous parking spaces surrounding Glover Park in the center of Marietta Square. Additional parking is also available down many of the side streets surrounding Glover Park.
City Hall Parking Deck
Free parking is available in the upper levels of the Lawrence Street parking deck for those with city business Monday through Friday, and parking is free for everyone on after 5pm on weekdays and free all weekend.
Anderson Street/Waddell Street Lots
Private parking lots ($5) are located near the intersection of Anderson Street and Waddell Street. Be sure to only park in the paid lots and pay for your space – this area is notorious for booting cars within minutes. Watch out for the lot with the sign reading “Parking for 25 & 27 Atlanta St. ONLY!” as you may be booted or towed if you park there (known as the Tillman lot – marked in red above).
Cobb County Parking Deck and the Lawrence Street Parking Deck
The Cobb County Parking Deck (top left) and the Lawrence Street Parking Deck (bottom right). The Lawrence Street parking deck’s entrance is on Hansell Street. Both decks feature free parking after 5 pm on weekdays and free parking on Saturday and Sunday.
First Baptist Church Parking Lot
Parking is available on Saturdays in the First Baptist Church parking lot, next to the Family Life Center. The lot is located at the intersection of Church Street and Hansell Street. No parking is available in this lot on Sundays.
Marietta Welcome Center
Free two hour parking is available in the parking lot across the railroad tracks from the Marietta Welcome Center.
Root House Parking
Free parking next to the Marietta Root House Museum. There is also a paid parking lot near the intersection of North Marietta Parkway and Mill Street.
Images courtesy of the City of Marietta, available online at http://mariettasquare.com/include/parking-on-the-square.pdf
Handicapped Parking on the Square