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323-224-2611
1000 Vin Scully Ave, Los Angeles, CA 90012, United States

Answers to questions are based on personal observations and experiences of disabled spectators and their companions. This information is provided to augment, not replace the information provided by the venue and the Dodgers.  Additional information regarding Dodger Stadium can be found at Official Dodgers Stadium Website

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Dodger Stadium Parking

There are 16,000 parking spaces in the official lots surrounding Dodger Stadium. The parking spaces are divided between 30 separate parking lots, the inner circle of which is considered “preferred parking”, and the outer circle that makes up general parking lots. Preferred parking is more expensive, offered first to season ticket holders, and obviously more convenient. General parking is extremely affordable and can purchased for as low as $5 at drive-up, though closer general parking can be bought for $10. Visit the Dodgers website to purchase parking in advance and save money. View the map and table below for better insight into Dodgers parking.

 DISABLED PARKING SPACES ARE LOCATED IN PARKING LOTS B, D, G, L, N, & P.

Parking cashiers and attendants will direct those with a valid state-issued disabled parking permit and/or license plate to these areas. The Los Angeles Dodgers offer a limited, courtesy ADA shuttle that is reserved for our guests with disabilities only. This limited, ADA shuttle operates from the various parking lots to the areas near the entry gates. In order to arrange for this service once you have parked, you may call the Dodger Hotline at 323-224-2611 to have a shuttle dispatched to your location.

SOURCE: http://stadiumparkingguides.com/dodger-stadium-parking

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Disabled Spectator Comments

  1. Dodger Stadium is a great place for disabled spectators to watch a baseball game.
  2. Fan Services personnel and the stadium attendants assigned to each section are a big help in explaining how disabled spectators can best utilize the services inside the stadium.

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Emergency Evacuation

Los Angeles Dodgers have an emergency evacuation plan that accounts for the needs of guests with disabilities. If you have any questions or concerns, or would like to convey any special concerns about evacuation in the event of an emergency, please contact 866-DODGERS. When calling, please select your language, then press “6” to speak with a representative.

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Handrails are not available in the aisles of the lower sections of the stadium.
Disabled spectators have priority on stadium elevators.
Fan Services representatives are available at kiosks throughout the stadium. Stadium attendants in each seating area can also assist with helping disabled spectators.
First Aid is located behind home plate on the 8th level. For immediate assistance contact the nearest Stadium employee.
The Automobile Club of Southern California offers free emergency service at all Dodger games. AAA is available to the public from the time the parking lot opens until one half-hour after the conclusion of the game. Fans may contact security for assistance.” is locked The Automobile Club of Southern California offers free emergency service at all Dodger games. AAA is available to the public from the time the parking lot opens until one half-hour after the conclusion of the game. Fans may contact security for assistance.
Contact any usher or employee for assistance, they are all knowledgeable about disability accommodations.
Tailgating is prohibited in all of the official lots.
There is a large amount of handicap parking spaces located in parking lots B, G, N, and P. Locations are given to whoever arrives first.
It is a good idea to arrive at the Elysian Park area early, but the parking gates don’t open until about 2.5 hours before the game starts, so plan accordingly.
Due to the heavy amount of traffic on the Los Angeles highways, especially during the morning and evening commutes, your drive to Dodger Stadium will take longer than you think. Leave home early and give yourself extra time to arrive at the stadium before the game starts.
Keep a map of the parking lot available in your car to ensure that you park in the parking lot closest to your gate. Parking lot attendants don’t always understand the parking needs of disabled spectators.
For a better chance to find an accessible parking space, arrive early at the stadium. If an accessible parking space is not available, don’t forget to call the ADA shuttle for assistance at (323) 224-2611. Shuttle drivers are very courteous, helpful, and the shuttle is free.” is locked For a better chance to find an accessible parking space, arrive early at the stadium. If an accessible parking space is not available, don’t forget to call the ADA shuttle for assistance at (323) 224-2611. Shuttle drivers are very courteous, helpful, and the shuttle is free.
Gate personnel will assist disabled spectators as they enter the stadium.
All bags, backpacks, and purses are searched as you enter the stadium.
If you need wheelchair assistance at the gate, ask the gate attendant. They will direct you to the closest Fan Services office or representative.
After the game is over, it can get very crowded at the exit gates.
Watch your step as you exit the stadium and proceed to your vehicle or pick up point. The brightness and concentration of the external stadium lights and the parking lot lights varies.
Security outside of the stadium has improved in recent years.

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