General airport info
Airport parking options at SLC
You can choose to park in the garage for Premium Reserved parking or the Daily Garage parking. The Hourly Garage parking is available on the first level of the garage. Short-term parking is $2.00 for the first 30 minutes and has a $32 daily maximum.
3rd party lots
There are four options for off-airport lots. They offer economy, standard, priority and covered parking options. These lots range from $7-$27 / day.
There are several hotels that offer parking ranging from as little as $5 per day all the way to $36.
Airport owned & operated lots
- The SLC airport offers Premium Reserved Parking on level 1 in the garage. This option provides the highest level of parking services and amenities.
- Parking for drivers with disabilities is available on all three levels of the garage for the economy lot rate of $9.00 / day.
- Reserved parking in the economy lot is available for an additional $3.00 / day.
- The airport has a Park and Wait lot. This lot provides large electronic flight information signs displaying flight arrival information.
- The airport also offers electric vehicle parking. Access to all electric vehicle charging stations is on a first come basis and cannot be reserved in advance.
SLC Airport parking map
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Long term parking
|Premium Reserved Parking (garage level 2)||$40.00 /day|
|Daily Garage Parking (levels 2 & 3)||$20.00 /day|
|Hourly Garage Parking (levels 2-5)||$20.00 /day|
|Walking E Lot||$15.00 /day|
|Long Term Economy Parking||$10.00 /day|
|Disability Parking||$10.00 /day|
Short term parking
|Hourly Garage Parking (levels 2-5)||$5.00 /hour|
|Walking E Lot||$5.00 /hour|
|Cell Phone Lot (park & wait)||$0.00 /hour|
Privately owned & operated 3rd party lots
There are four off-airport parking options that range from $7-$27 per day.
Hotel lots allow you to park at nearby hotels and the hotel shuttle takes you to the airport.
There are several, reasonably-priced hotel options for parking at SLC. Prices range from $5 - $36 per day.
Depending on the lot you choose to park at the airport and the duration and the lot you choose, the rate of the parking lot starts from $5 per hour and $10-$55 per 24 hours.
Yes. You can use the cell phone lot at SLC Airport for free. Make sure to not leave the vehicle unattended.
Generally, the cheapest parking depends on your needs. However, you’ll be able to save money the most if you are planning to park at SLC Airport long term.
SLC Airport doesn’t offer its own valet services. However, there are a number of independent companies onsite that offers this service.
There are a total of 66 electric vehicle charging pots at SLC Airport parking areas. Click here for a map of the EV charging stations.
Yes. There is the Cell Phone Lot that allows you to park until your passenger arrives and calls to say they are ready for pickup.
Yes. There are several parking areas at SLC Airport that are covered. However, you may also check with many offsite parking lots to see your other options.
You can park your motorcycle at any SLC Airport parking lot, paying regular car rates. On the other hand, the height limit for vehicles entering the Airport Garage is 6’10”. Vehicles above that limit should park in Over-Height Vehicle Parking.
Unfortunately, there is no way to check real-time availability of parking spaces at SLConline. However, you may call (801) 575-2887 or (801) 575-2401 for more information.
Yes. You may book your parking spot ahead of time, it will not only save you time but also save you money. However, there are several offsite parking spaces options around the airport that allow early booking. Here are some of your options:
Unfortunately, SLC Airport doesn’t offer parking discounts to active military men and veterans.
Yes. There are marked parking spaces for customers with restricted mobility available in each parking lot near the terminal entrance, subject to availability. Your vehicle must have official disabled license plates or other permits displayed to park in these reserved spaces.