Parking

There is ample parking available free of charge to visitors. In addition to street parking, the NOTO organization established cooperative agreements with various public, private, and non-profit entities throughout the district to use their parking lots for free visitor parking. NOTO supported lots are indicated by signage that includes the NOTO logo. Please note that any of these parking lots may be restricted to visitors without notice. Visitors assume all risk.

Church Parking Lot

80 spaces

Located at the southwest corner of Gordon and Jackson, the gravel lot is owned by the Open Way Church and the North Topeka Baptist Church. Access via Gordon Street or Jackson Street.

Davidson Lot

31 spaces

Located at the southeast corner of Kansas and Fairchild, this lot includes a large mural of the American flag. Owned by Davidson Funeral Home, access via Fairchild Street.

Glass Station Lot

12 spaces

Access on Gordon Street across from the NOTO Arts Center.

Great Overland Station

186 spaces

Located at 701 N. Kansas, the lot has numerous access points from Kanas Ave. and the Curtis Flyoff.

Habitat for Humanity Restore Lot

38 spaces

Located at the southwest corner of Gordon and Quincy just east of the Redbud Park. Access via Quincy Street or the alley.

Kaw Valley Bank Lot

99 spaces

Parking surrounds the Kaw Valley Bank located at 1110 N. Kansas with numerous access points.

North Central Avenue Lot

25 spaces

Owned by Davidson Funeral Home, this lot is a bit hidden off the main streets and typically has available spaces. Best access is Fairchild Street west to Central Ave, turn north.

NOTO Arts Center Lot

21 spaces

Owned by the NOTO organization, this fenced lot is best accessed via Gordon Street at the alley.

NOTO Event Parking

80 spaces

Located at the northwest corner of Gordon and Quincy directly north of the Habitat for Humanity Restore. This grass lot is used only for special events when conditions allow. Enter on Gordon, exit on Quincy.

Veterans Park Lot

140 spaces

Owned and maintained by Shawnee County Parks and Recreation, this is the largest parking lot in the district. The NOTO organization manages food vendor spots on the north side of the lot. Access to the lot via Norris (south side) or Laurent (north side) via alley.
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