Where to Park in Winnetka, IL

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Where to Park in Winnetka, IL

I am often asked by buyers who are new to Winnetka about parking, particularly for
Winnetka Train Stationcommuters.  The Metra North Line runs right through the eastern side of Winnetka and the village has three stations: Indian Hill (at Winnetka and Green Bay,) Winnetka (at Elm and Green Bay,) and Hubbard Woods (at Gage and Green Bay.)

All three of these stops are easily walkable for many people, but if your location is just too far, then driving and parking is the best option. First, you'll need to go to Village Hall at 510 Green Bay Road to purchase parking stickers for ZONE C which is for commuters and residents who live in apartments without parking.  

Winnetka Parking SignThere is ample Zone C parking near all three stations in Winnetka, but it's first-come, first-serve. The fees are listed below. The price will be prorated if you move here in the middle of those dates.

There are two additional parking zones in Winnetka: ZONE A and ZONE B. ZONE A is strictly for village employees who work here, such as myself who park in an adjacent lot to my office.  ZONE B is strictly for postal employees.                  
Winnetka Parking Sign

Click to see public parking maps:

Indian Hill 

Winnetka Downtown

Hubbard Woods Downtown


Click to see commuter permit parking maps:

Elm Street District Permit Parking

Hubbard Woods Permit Parking

Indian Hill Permit Parking


Permit parking fees as of May 2022:

Winnetka Public Parking Fee Schedule





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