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114th Annual Conference - Pasadena, California
Friday, November 11 - Sunday, November 13, 2016
Things to Do in Pasadena
A Handy Guide to Pasadena Sites and Sights
Museums and Gardens
Pasadena Museum of California Art (PMCA): (http://pmcaonline.org/visit/)
490 East Union Street
Pasadena, CA 91101
Mention that you are with PAMLA, and you will receive a discounted $3 admission rate!
Friday, Saturday, and Sunday: Museum Hours: 12-5 pm; Free with Admission Docent Tour, Saturday, 2 pm.
Distance from the Westin: .2 miles (a 5 minute walk)
Exhibitions of Note: “In the Land of Sunshine: Imaging the California Coast Culture”
A short walk away from the Westin, the Pasadena Museum of California Art (PMCA) offers both historic and contemporary works in multiple mediums for viewing. “In the Land of Sunshine: Imaging the California Coast Culture” is just one of the exhibits that will be on display, and is accompanied by a Second Saturday Spotlight Talk on November 12th at 2:00 p.m. (talk is included in the price of admission), where PMCA docents lead a 20 minute discussion. "In the Land of Sunshine: Imaging the California Coast Culture" assembles approximately 90 paintings inspired by the stunning vistas, lifestyles, and industries existing along the 840 miles of California coastline. Spanning from the mid–1800s to the present day, the oils, acrylics, and watercolors represent the diversity of California’s artistic styles.
Also at the PMCA, in the exhibition Lloyd Hamrol/Joan Perlman: “a sky in the palm of a hand,” Lloyd Hamrol’s large-scale felt sculptures and Joan Perlman’s abstract paintings and prints provide a platform to consider the shared ideas and sharp distinctions between two artists’ investigations of materials, process, impermanence, and landscape. Taken from a line in the W.S. Merwin poem “No Shadow,” the exhibition’s title alludes to the conundrum of reconciling intimacy and distance as well as the ephemerality of observable moments and entities: http://pmcaonline.org/exhibitions/hamrol-perlman/
On Saturday November 12 at 3 pm, there will be an Artists' Talk with artists Lloyd Hamrol and Joan Perlman (complimentary with price of admission).
Norton Simon Museum: (http://www.nortonsimon.org/)
411 W. Colorado Blvd.
Pasadena, CA 91105-1825
Adult admission: $12 Student admission: Free with Student I.D.
Distance from the Westin: 1.2 miles
Exhibitions of note: “State of Mind: Picasso Lithographs 1945-1960” and “Dark Visions: Mid-century Macabre”
Located at the end of the Old Town Pasadena neighborhood, the Norton Simon is a mainstay of Pasadena culture. Their free student admission means the museum is heavily frequented by art students who study the Norton Simon’s extensive collection of Asian, European, and contemporary art. During PAMLA, the Norton Simon will hold two special exhibitions: Picasso’s lithographs and mid-20th-century art that explores the darker side of the human condition. The Norton Simon also holds the second-largest collection of Edgar Degas works.
The Armory Center for the Arts: (http://www.armoryarts.org/visit/) Adult Admission: Suggested $5 donation. Seniors/ Student/ Child Admission: Free Distance from the Westin: .5 miles (10-15 min walk) Exhibitions of Note: “Radio Imagination: Artists in the Archive of Octavia E. Butler”
A small art museum/ gallery/ and school in the heart of Old Town Pasadena, the Armory offers art classes as well as small exhibitions for view. During PAMLA, one of the featured exhibitions features 6 new commissions inspired by the Octavia E. Butler papers at the Huntington Library.
The Huntington Library and Botanical Gardens: (http://www.huntington.org/)
1151 Oxford Road
San Marino, CA 91108
Adult Admission: $25 Student: $21 w/ I.D.
Distance from the Westin: 3.2 miles
The Huntington is a must-see! Housing special literary collections like the Octavia E. Butler papers, the Ellesmere manuscript of Chaucer’s Canterbury Tales, and Henry David Thoreau’s manuscript of Walden, as well as art by William Blake, Van Gogh, Mary Cassatt, Edward Hopper, and many other famous painters and illustrators, it is well worth the price of admission. Spend a day there and view the special collections in the art gallery, the library, and wander the Botanical Gardens, including the Rose Garden and the Shakespeare Garden. If you wish to have the full experience, plan ahead and contact the Huntington to see about becoming a “reader” with access to the special collections.
The Los Angeles County Arboretum and Botanic Garden: (http://www.arboretum.org/)
Adult Adult Admission: $9 Student: $6 w/I.D.
Distance from the Westin: 6.2 miles
The Arboretum is 127 acres of plants, gardens, wildlife, and historic buildings.Visit the Meyberg Waterfall, the Queen Anne cottage, and try to stay out of the way of the roaming peacocks!
Unfortunately, the Pacific Asia Museum is CLOSED for renovations.
Additionally, Los Angeles is home to many other fabulous museums, including the J. Paul Getty Museum (with two sites—the Getty Center, and the Getty Villa), LACMA (the Los Angeles County Museum of Art), MOCA (the Museum of Contemporary Art, with two sites), and The Broad, LA’s newest art museum. You might also want to consider visiting the one-of-a-kind Museum of Jurassic Technology, a truly unusual experience worth the trip.
Copies and Printing
Hotel Guests at the Westin Pasadena may use the hotel's small business center to print out a document, but there are only two computers available on the first floor for hotel guest use, so do plan ahead.
A FedEx Office is immediately outside of the Westin. They do not have any computers for your use, but can print for you if you are able to email them something or have a document on a flashdrive. They also do shipping.
135 N. Los Robles Ave., Pasadena, CA 91101
Phone: (626) 356-0483
Hours: Friday: 8:30 am - 7 pm; Saturday: 9 am - 5 pm; Closed Sunday
Zona Rosa Caffe is a coffee roaster and café specializing in Latin Organic coffee. Besides its colorful décor and great coffee, standouts include their Zocalo con Platano (Mexican chocolate with blended banana).
Location: 15 S El Molino Ave
Phone: (626) 793-2334
Distance from Westin: .45 miles (10 minute walk)
Location: 300 E Colorado Blvd #152, Pasadena, CA 91101
Phone: (626) 564-0914
Distance from Westin: .3 miles (7 minute walk; Free WIFI)
Tiffany’s Coffee serves more than just coffee. Tiffany’s is a market, a Thai take-out spot (they do have a few tables), a sandwich spot, and a donut shop. They are closed on Sunday.
Location: 263 E Colorado Blvd., Pasadena, CA 91101
Phone: (626) 795-8526
Distance from Westin: .1 mile (4 minute walk)
Coffee by the Books is part of the Fuller Theological Seminary campus, and thus has limited hours on Saturday, and is closed on Sunday. Call ahead to be sure they are open.
Location: 509 E Walnut St
Pasadena, CA 91101
Phone: (626) 564-0914
Distance from Westin: .1 mile, but do call to be sure they are open
Urth Caffé is more than just a coffee shop—it has salads, great desserts, and sandwiches.
Location: 594 E Colorado Blvd., Pasadena, CA 91101
Phone: (626) 844-4644
Distance from Westin: .4 miles (8 minute walk)
Copa Vida: Great study joint with a stylish LA vibe. Amazing coffee and tea. Free WIFI.
Location: 70 S. Raymond Ave, Pasadena, CA 91107
Phone: (626) 213-3952. Hours: Mon -Fri 7-10pm, Saturday 8-10pm, Sunday 8-9pm
Distance from Westin: .7 miles (15 minutes walk)
Intelligentsia Coffee is right in the heart of Old Town Pasadena, and still walking distance from the Westin.
Location: 55 E. Colorado Blvd., Pasadena, CA 91103
Phone: (626) 578-1270
Distance from Westin: .7 miles (15 minute walk)
Amara Chocolate & Coffee is a Venezuelan coffee house with desserts (try the churros), small bites, and hot chocolate and coffee.
Location: 55 S. Raymond Ave., Pasadena, 91105
Phone: (626) 744-1765
Distance from Westin: .7 miles (15 minute walk)
85°C Bakery Cafe: Much loved Taiwanese bakery at the heart of Old town Pasadena. Pastries and Coffee are delicious and they surely will not break your budget.
Location: 61 S. Fair Oaks Ave #120
Phone: (626) 792-8585 Hours: Friday and Saturday 7am- midnight, Sunday 8am-10pm, Tuesday to Thursday 7am-10pm.
Distance from Westin: .8 miles (17 minutes walk)
Sidewalk Café HTS offers more than just coffee. With a selection of sandwiches and baked goods, this café is a great place to catch up with PAMLA friends outside of the Westin.
Location: 2057 N. Los Robles Ave
Phone: (626) 797-9255
Distance from Westin: 1.92 miles
Zephyr is the furthest coffee shop from Westin on the list. It is a restored craftsman house on the end of Colorado Blvd with plenty of comfortable seating and a garden.
Location: 2419 E. Colorado Blvd
Phone: (626) 793-7330
Distance from Westin: 2.28 miles
Euro Pane Bakery is a lovely French bakery and café, with terrific baked goods, coffee, and sandwiches (PAMLA Executive Director Craig Svonkin is a fan of their open face egg salad sandwich).
Location: 345 E Colorado Blvd #101, Pasadena, CA 91101
Phone: (626) 844-8804
Distance from Westin: .3 miles (a 6 minute walk)
Alexander’s Steakhouse is an expensive steakhouse adjacent to the Westin Pasadena, which serves dinner only. Alternatively, Ruth’s Chris Steak House is just around the corner, at 369 E. Colorado.
Location: 111 N. Los Robles
Phone: (626) 486-1111
Distance from Westin: A 2 minute walk/Adjacent to the Westin
California Pizza Kitchen, the well-known chain, is located adjacent to the Westin, and serves lunch and dinner.
Lunasia Dim Sum House is right around the corner from the Westin and has good dim sum and other Chinese food options.
Location: 239 E Colorado Blvd., Pasadena, CA 91101
Phone: (626) 793-8822
Distance from Westin: .4 miles (a 10 minute walk)
El Cholo Cafe, an L.A. area chain and one of the original popularizers of Mexican cuisine in the region, continues to serve L.A.-style Mexican dishes and drinks often accompanied by live Mariachi. The Pasadena branch is in the Paseo Colorado.
Location: Paseo Colorado, 300 E. Colorado Blvd., Suite 214
Phone: (626) 795-5800
Distance from Westin: .2 miles (a 7 minute walk from the hotel)
Location: 618 E Colorado Blvd., Pasadena, CA 91101
Phone: (626) 449-5954
Distance from Westin: .4 miles (11 minute walk)
Blaze Fast-Fire’d Pizza is a counter-serve pizzeria that dishes up crisp, thin-crust pies that you design yourself. While you’re there check out Vroman’s Bookstore, the landmark Pasadena independent bookstore.
Location: 667 E. Colorado Blvd.
Phone: (626) 440-7358
Distance from Westin: .6 miles (13 minutes on foot).
Nine & Nine Thai Kitchen is a small but good Thai restaurant.
Location: 738 E. Colorado Blvd., Pasadena
Phone: (626) 844-1899
Distance from Westin: .7 miles (14 minute walk)
Ramen Tatsunoya. Delicious ramen from this Japanese chain and excellent prices. No vegetarian options.
Location: 16 N Fair Oaks Avenue Pasadena, CA 91103
Hours: Mon-Fri: 11:00am - 3:00pm & 6:00pm - 10:00pm; Sat, Sun & Holiday: 11:00am - 10:00pm
Distance from Westin: .7 miles (14 minutes walk)
Dog Haus Biergarten is an inexpensive beer and braut place in Old Town Pasadena.
Location: 93 E. Green St., Pasadena, 91105
Phone: (626) 683-0808
Distance from Westin: .7 miles (15 minutes)
Sushi Stop: Excellent rolls—in love with the scallops one—and salmon sashimi (just order it instead of their truffle oil salmon even if is not on the menu!) at an incredible price.
Location: 58 E. Colorado Blvd, Pasadena, CA 91105
Distance from Westin: .7 miles (14 minutes walk)
Racion is an around the corner gem serving modern small plates conceived in the spirit of the Avant Garde and great tapas traditions of the Basque region of Spain. (Literally: Mouth watering!)
Location: 119 W. Green St. Pasadena, CA, 91105
Phone: (626) 396 -3090
Hours: Sunday thru Thursday 6-10pm, Friday and Saturday 6-11pm.
Distance from Westin: .9 miles (19 minutes walk)
El Metate Café is a small Mexican restaurant with an enormous, tasty menu that is just around the corner from the Ice House comedy club.
Location: 12 N. Mentor Ave., Pasadena, CA 91101
Phone: (626) 229-0706
Distance from Westin: .9 miles (a 20 minute walk or brief Uber ride)
Du-Par’s Restaurant is open 24 hours, and has very good pancakes (we can’t testify to much else on the menu, since we usually get the pancakes, or the onion rings, both of which are extremely good, especially at 3 am). Yes, you read that correctly. 24-hours!
Location: 214 S. Lake Ave.
Phone: (626) 405-8820
Distance from Westin: 1 mile (just under 20 minutes, but if you are going at night, perhaps take a taxi or Uber?)
200 S. Lake, Pasadena
Distance from Westin: 1 mile (a 20 minute walk)
Urban Plates serves modern cuisine in a cafeteria setting in the South Lake shopping district. Excellent food and wine without the waiter.
Location: 269 S Lake Ave, Pasadena, CA 91101
Phone: (626) 800-4448
Distance from Westin: 1.1 miles (20 minutes on foot, 5 minutes by car).
Abricott is a local favorite that serves French/Vietnamese fusion for lunch and dinner.
Location: 238 S. Lake Ave.
Phone: (626) 796-1613
Distance from Westin: 1.2 miles (20 minutes by foot, 5 minutes by car).
Pie ‘n Burger is a long-time favorite hole-in-the-wall diner that serves, yes, you guessed it, burgers, fries, homemade shakes, and pies.
Location: 913 E. California Blvd.
Phone: (626) 795-1123
Distance from Westin: 1.5 miles
Bars and Pubs
Kings Row Gastropub has 24 draft beers and a selection of appetizers served with style.
Lucky Baldwins has a deep selection of draft beers, including many Belgians. Both are located in Old Town Pasadena, a 15 minutes walk from the hotel.
Kings Row: 20 E. Colorado Blvd., Pasadena; (626) 793-3010
Lucky Baldwins: 17 S. Raymond Ave.; (626) 795-0652
Congregation Ale House: Small and affordable plates and a great selection of beers for a late drink. Great ambience to hang out with other conference goers after the conference.
Location: 300 S. Raymond Ave, Pasadena, CA 91105
Phone: (626) 403-2337
Hours: Friday & Saturday: 11:30AM–2 am; Sunday: 11:30 am–12 am; Monday thru Thursday: 11:30 am–1 am
Distance from Westin: 1 miles (20 minutes walk)
Slater’s 50/50 Burger: Local chain serving bacon-beef burgers, craft beers & cocktails in a contemporary space with TVs.
Location: 61 N. Raymond Ave, Pasadena, CA 91103
Hours: Sunday to Thursday: 11am-11pm; Friday & Saturday: 11 am-midnight
Distance from Westin: .6 miles (12 minutes walk)
There are quite a few good Wine Bars in Pasadena:
Everson Royce, a wine store, offers an extensive selection of California vintages at Friday and Saturday tastings. Limited food options. Closes at 10 pm Fri/Sat, 9 pm Thurs, and 8 pm Sun. While you are there, check out the happenings/exhibits at the Armory Center for the Arts next door.
Everson Royce: 155 N. Raymond Ave. 13 minutes on foot from the hotel.
Bodega Wine Bar offers a curated selection of wine and appetizers in either a lounge or patio setting. Depending on when you’re there, you may get to enjoy a D.J. soundtrack.
Bodega Wine Bar: In the Paseo Colorado, 300 E. Colorado Blvd., Suite 208. A 6 minute walk from the hotel.
Pasadena Cultural Sites/Sights
The Paseo Colorado, an outdoor mall just a brief walk from the Westin, has a good variety of restaurants, bars, a movie theater, and a market. The Paseo is located at 300 E Colorado Blvd, Pasadena, CA 91101, and is a five or six minute walk from the Westin.
In addition to many museums and gardens, Pasadena also has a rich architectural history in the Gamble House (http://gamblehouse.org), an American Arts and Crafts style home designed by Charles and Henry Greene in 1908. The Gamble House offers one-hour docent led tours for $15 for adults and $12.50 for Seniors and Students.
There’s also numerous Public Art installations and the city of Pasadena has put together eight 30-minute self-guided tours which can be accessed here: http://www.visitpasadena.com/businesses/public-art-walking-tour/
The Pasadena Civic Auditorium is hosting "Britain's Living Legendes of Comedy: John Cleese and Eric Idle." John Cleese and Eric Idle come together at the Pasadena Civic Auditorium on November 11th.
Friday, November 11, 2016, 8:00pm
300 E. Green St., Pasadena, CA 91101
Laemmle’s Playhouse 7 is the movie theater in the area that plays foreign films, documentaries, and small U.S. independent films, and the theater is next to Vroman’s Bookstore, near a good number of restaurants, and just a brief walk from the Westin.
Location: 673 E Colorado Blvd, Pasadena, CA 91101
Phone: (310) 478-3836
Distance from Westin: .5 miles
The Pasadena Playhouse (http://pasadenaplayhouse.org ) has a long history of presenting live theater in Southern California, being the theater where actors such as Dustin Hoffman and Gene Hackman performed before becoming stars. During the PAMLA conference the Playhouse will be hosting a revival of David Henry Hwang’s M. Butterfly.--Sorry, the Pasadena Playhouse has cancelled this scheduled production of M. Butterfly.
Location: 39 S. El Molino Avenue, Pasadena, CA 91101
Phone: (626) 356-7529
Distance from Westin: .5 miles
The Ice House Comedy Club (http://icehousecomedy.com ) is a small comedy club where many local and national comics perform.
Location: 24 N. Mentor Ave., Pasadena, CA 91106
Phone: (626) 788-3886
Distance from the Westin: 1 mile (20 minute walk)
PAMLA does fall on the second Sunday of the month, which means the Rose Bowl Flea Market will be in session! Featuring over 2,000 vendors of vintage and newly crafted goods, die-hards buy the $15 early admission (7:00-8:00 am) to make sure they get first dibs on all the best finds. For the rest of us who like to sleep in or are giving a paper, the Flea Market is open from 9:00 a.m.- 4:30 p.m. for $9 per person.
Vroman’s Bookstore is a Pasadena institution and literary landmark. Founded in 1894, Vroman’s is famous for its world-class author signings and events, and wide selection of titles. Adjoined by a small coffee shop.
Location: 695 E Colorado Blvd
Phone: (626) 449-5320
Distance from Westin: .46 miles
Book Alley is a used bookstore with over 50,000 titles. Their subjects range from literary criticism to comics, graphic novels, and social science.
Location: 1252 E. Colorado Blvd.
Phone: (626) 683-8083
Distance from Westin: 1.04 miles
Century Books has a welcoming environment. There are stacks of books everywhere, and it is a great place to spend an afternoon browsing alone or with friends.
Location: 1039 E. Green St.
Phone: (626) 796-1703
Distance from Westin: 1. 04 miles
Old Town Pasadena
The Westin is walking distance from Old Town Pasadena (http://www.oldpasadena.org/index.asp), one of Pasadena’s bustling shopping and dining centers. You can drive and park in one of Old Town’s Park & Walk Garages, which are open 24 hours a day, with the first 90 minutes free and a daily maximum of $6. See below for the locations of parking in the area.
Despite well-known brands like the Cheesecake Factory and H&M, Old Town has also encouraged the growth of small businesses like independent stationary and gift shop Lula Mae (http://www.lulamae.com/) and food truck turned brick-and-mortar Waffles de Liege (http://www.wafflesdeliege.com/). Old Town also features an outpost of Stone Brewing Company (http://www.stonebrewing.com/visit/outposts/pasadena ), with numerous Stone beers on tap.
South Pasadena is just three brief Gold Line stops from Pasadena’s Memorial Park station (a brief walk from the Westin), or a brief car ride away, and features many charming coffee shops (Kaldi Coffee and Mother Moo Creamery on Mission, next to the Gold Line stop), small businesses, Irish pubs, innovative restaurants (Communal) and just fun places to eat, including the historic Fair Oaks Pharmacy and Soda Fountain, which has been serving egg creams, sodas, and floats since 1915, and local favorite, Gus’s BBQ.
One of the city’s hippest gentrifying districts—Highland Park—is just ten minutes away on the Metro Gold Line (Highland Park stop). Right in the vicinity of that metro stop one can find a smattering of oddball shops and good food and drink (farther afield, another cluster of trendy commerce can be found in the vicinity of York and Avenue 50, but this is a bit further form the Metro. Highlights include:
Highland Park Bowl: Fascinating, meticulously restored 1927 bowling alley, featuring interesting libations, excellent pizzas, and, of course, bowling. Really not to be missed if you are in the area.
Location: 5621 N. Figueroa St.
ETA: Cutting-edge craft cocktails in a sleek setting.
Location: 5630 N. Figueroa St.
Civil Coffee: Excellent coffee and lovely ambiance.
Location: 5629 N. Figueroa
The Highland Cafe: Laid-back coffee shop serving inventive egg dishes, sandwiches & salads in a warm brick interior. We love their chilaquiles, but you must be in love with spicy food. Free Wifi.
Location: 5010 York Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90042
The York: A great bar with very good food. theyorkonyork.com
Location: 5018 York Blvd., Los Angeles, CA 90042
Phone: (323) 255-9675
Hours: 10:30 am – 2 am, seven days a week
Café de Leche: Indie coffee shop brewing Latin-inspired drinks like cafe de leche in a colorful, casual setting. Free Wifi.
Location: 5000 York Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90042
Phone: (323) 551-6828
Hours: 7am-5pm, Fridays and Saturdays until 6pm.
Downtown L.A. and Little Tokyo
Downtown Los Angeles is one of the most historical and fascinating areas of Los Angeles. Come explore its many historical landmarks, fashion district, wholesale flower market, and restaurants; it is just a short drive from the Westin!
DTLA Art Walk takes place every second Thursday of the month, and it is a must-see for those coming to town a few days before the conference begins. The monthly event is a great way to experience downtown Los Angeles; it is free and visitors can visit art galleries along Gallery Row, a seven-block stretch on Spring and Main streets between 2nd and 9th streets. For more information click here: http://downtownartwalk.org/.
The Last Bookstore is a book lover’s dream. The former bank is California’s largest used and new bookstore. Check out the Arts & Rare Book Annex, Spring Arts Collective gallery shops, and the amazing Labyrinth on the second floor. For more information click here: http://lastbookstorela.com/
A few stops further along the Gold Line one can find great food and drink in the very walkable Little Tokyo area and the Arts District (Little Tokyo stop). An array of ramen joints (Craig Svonkin is partial to Daikokuya), sushi places, and interesting Japanese shops can be found along 1st Street in Little Tokyo, including the Fugetsu-Do Japanese sweets shop and the Far Bar (sporting a compelling whiskey and craft beer list and a lovely urban outdoor seating area tucked behind the main, somewhat raucous bar).
Also nearby the Metro, you’ll also find:
The Japanese-American National Museum
Location: 100 N. Central Ave.
The Geffen Contemporary at MOCA
Location: 152 N. Central Ave.
Angel City Brewing Company: A renovated brick warehouse complex, dedicated to rambunctious worship of beer brewed on site.
Location: 216 S. Alameda St.
The Blue Whale: Cutting-edge jazz club featuring experimental local and national musicians.
Location: Weller Court, 123 Astronaut E S Onizuka St #301.
Kinokuniya Books: An especially broad and diverting selection of Asian books, including very cool pens and stationery.
Location: Weller Court (2nd Floor), 123 Astronaut E S Onizuka St.
Eighty Two: Stylish retro arcade featuring 1980s video games and pinball, cocktails, and DJs.
Location: 707 E. 4th Pl.
Pasadena Parking and Transportation
Pasadena is a very walkable small city, but you can also make use of the Westin Pasadena's complimentary shuttle, if you are a hotel guest, which will take you places in a 3-mile radius.
Check out information about the Gold Line, if you want to get to other parts of the Los Angeles basin: https://www.metro.net/riding/maps/gold-line/
Or the Metro's new beta testing website: https://beta.metro.net
Self-parking is $11 for hotel guests (no in-and-out privileges), and valet parking is $15 per night (endless in-and-out privileges). If you aren't staying at the Westin, you will pay a bit more ($15 for self-parking; $17 for valet).
Where to park in Old Town Pasadena:
You can park at one of the Park & Walk Garages, which are open 24 hours a day, with the first 90 minutes free.
Hours of Operation: Open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week
Daily 5:00 am to 10:00 pm: First 90 minutes free; $2 per hour thereafter; $6 daily maximum
Nightly 10:00 pm to 5:00 am: $5 flat rate
De Lacey Parking Facility
45 S. De Lacey Avenue (1/2 block south of Colorado and De Lacey)
Marriott Parking Facility
171 N. Raymond Avenue (between Holly and Walnut)
Schoolhouse Parking Facility
33 E. Green Street (corner of Green and Raymond)