Parking Information

HOURS OF OPERATION:
Short-Term Parking Lot (Upper Lot) – Parking is available 24/7 in the upper parking lot. The first half hour of parking is FREE to accommodate people dropping off travelers.

Long-Term Parking Lot (Lower Lot) – Parking is available 24/7 in the lower lot. The first half hour of parking is FREE to accommodate people dropping off travelers.

ACCEPTED FORMS OF PAYMENT:
Credit cards (Visa, MasterCard, American Express, and Discover Card) are accepted for payment at the exit of the Friedman Memorial Airport parking lot.

BICYCLE INFORMATION:
Uncovered bicycle racks are available near the north end of the Airport Terminal.

DISABLED PARKING INFORMATION:

Disabled parking is available in front of the main entrance of the Airport Terminal. The parking lot rates for disabled vehicles are the same as the regular rates.

Rates & Contact Information

Parking Hourly Rate Breakdown

Rates

0 to 1/2 Hour

Free

1/2 to 1 1/2 Hour

$3.00

1 1/2 to 2 Hours

$4.00

2 to 3 Hours

$6.00

3 to 24 Hours

$12.00

The Car Park, Inc.

1111 West Jefferson Street
Suite 80
Boise, ID 83702

Corporate Phone

208-336-6597

Local Phone

208-806-2053

Fax

208-336-7769

E-mail

Website

Public Parking Facility

What to know when the lot is full

Parking Lot Rate Increase

At the December 2019, Friedman Memorial Airport Authority Board Meeting, the Board approved an increase in airport parking rates. Starting January 6, 2020, parking rates will increase for stays between the 1.5 and 3-hour periods, as well as the overnight rate.

The purpose of the increase is to assist us with anticipated upcoming expenses of much needed parking lot maintenance and improvements. The current parking lot pavement is nearly 25 years old and it is starting to deteriorate rapidly. Also, as we continue to grow, we need to look at options to expand our parking lot. Combined cost estimates of maintenance work and a potential new lot total over a million dollars.

In arriving at the decision to raise rates, the Board considered several factors. First, rate increase history at the airport (some rates have not been increased since 2002), a regional rate review of similar airports including Boise, Idaho Falls, Jackson Hole, Aspen, Bend, and Bozeman airports, and cost of anticipated maintenance and improvement needs. Based on the above, the Board felt the new rate increase is warranted.

As a reminder, the Friedman Memorial Airport operates as an Enterprise entity. As such, the airport does not use general taxpayer funds to support the operation of the airport. Developing a fair and effective rate structure is critical so we can continue to provide better services and facilities for you, our customers.

Here is the new parking lot rate structure starting January 6th, 2020: