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Treat Your Valentine to $3 per Hour Parking in Seattle's Pioneer Square and Waterfront Garages

DowntownSeattleParking.com's Mobile Website Guides the Way

SEATTLE, WA--(Marketwired - February 10, 2014) - Chocolate, roses and cheap parking in Seattle's two most romantic neighborhoods top Valentine's Day gift lists this year. Whether you're treating your sweetie to a romantic dinner, sunset stroll or a classic Seattle experience, plan to come to Pioneer Square and the waterfront and enjoy parking for just $3 per hour (up to four hours).

For the nautically-oriented, Seattle's waterfront is the perfect place to enjoy a romantic seafood feast at your favorite restaurant or on board a dinner cruise. Afterwards, watch the sunset over Puget Sound or stroll hand-in-hand along the waterfront.

Pioneer Square's brick-lined promenades, lighted trees and historic architecture provide the nostalgic, romantic backdrop to a leisurely dinner. Hot new restaurants join classic Seattle staples for a dining collection that appeals to all ages and tastes.

No matter how you spend Valentine's Day, cheap parking is on the menu. Garages in Pioneer Square and the waterfront offering rates the same or less than street parking can be found on DowntownSeattleParking.com, an interactive, mobile-friendly website, featuring hours, rates and directions to cheap and easy-to-find parking in Pioneer Square and the waterfront.

DowntownSeattleParking.com and discounted garage parking spots are part of a larger parking mitigation program led by the Washington State Department of Transportation, the City of Seattle, the Alliance for Pioneer Square and the Downtown Seattle Association. The program helps maintain the vitality of Pioneer Square and the waterfront as major commerce hubs and tourist destinations during SR 99 tunnel construction.

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