If you're not taking public transit to the festival, here are details on where to park your car or bike.
Some free parking is available on streets and parking plazas surrounding the downtown area. Paid parking ($5) will be available both days (beginning at 9:30 a.m.) at these locations:
- 400 Castro Street parking garage ... from Shoreline Blvd. turn south on California Street then right onto Bryant Street. Enter the garage on Bryant Street.
- 444 Castro Street parking garage … from Shoreline Blvd. turn south on California Street then right onto Bryant Street. Enter the garage on Bryant Street.
- Kaiser Permanente parking garage at 555 Castro Street … from El Camino Real go east on Calderon then left on Church Street then right on Hope Street. Enter the garage on Hope Street between Church and Mercy Streets.
- City of Mountain View Parking Lot #12 ... from Shoreline Blvd. turn south on California Street then right onto Bryant Street. The lot is located on the west side of Bryant Street.
Vehicle parking ($5 per vehicle) will be managed by our friends at KMVT.
KMVT 15 Silicon Valley Community Media & Television is YOUR local TV station and voice. For more than 30 years, KMVT 15 has been a deeply-cherished institution, providing training in video production, media literacy, and a voice for hundreds of thousands of San Francisco Bay area residents as an independent 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization. Our mission is to provide media literacy education, hands-on training, and civic engagement. We serve as a resource to narrow the digital divide through the use of technology, and provide the community with the tools to create media and utilize technology in a socially responsible manner.
Ride Your Bike to the Festival
Free centrally located and highly visible bicycle parking will be offered near the corner of Castro and Church Streets thanks to Friends of Stevens Creek Trail. Please bring your own lock.
Friends of Stevens Creek Trail promotes community pride and involvement in the completion, enhancement, and enjoyment of the Stevens Creek Trail and Wildlife Corridor. To learn more, visit http://stevenscreektrail.org
The Reach 3 of Stevens Creek Trail provides an opportunity for many local residents to ride their bicycles from the North side of Central Expressway over a pedestrian bridge and into downtown Mountain View. There couldn't be a better way to experience the festival than after a pleasant ride along this beautiful urban trail that follows the Stevens Creek out to the Bay.