Know before you go

Driving

  • Please use Google Maps or Waze for driving directions

  • Take the Q Street exit.


Parking

  • The Farmers Market Parking lot at W and 8th Streets (Under Highway 80)–– will be reserved for the following:

    • State Issued Blue Placard Vehicles

    • Bus Parking

    • Carpool Vehicles (3+ individuals in car)

    • Volunteer Parking

  • Disabled Parking: Blue placard vehicles can park at any public metered parking free of cost for unlimited time. For more details on blue placard parking, please visit Sacramento Parking

  • Metered parking is available in the vicinity of both Southside Park and the Capitol - meters are in effect on Saturdays.

  • Reserved parking for marchers is available through SacPark.


Rideshare/ Buses

  • To list or find a chartered bus, visit Rally Bus

  • To list or find a rideshare or carpool, visit Ridevu.


Carshare & Taxis

  • Lyft

  • Uber

  • Search internet for Sacramento taxi services


Bus route: drop-off, parking & pick-up location

  • Buses go westbound on T St. to 8th St.

  • Turn southbound on 8th St. (a two-way street south of T St.)

  • Park along the west curb line next to Southside Park

  • After unloading, buses continue down 8th St. to the parking and pick-up area (all of the West side on 15th Street, between L and N streets). Signs will designate “Bus Parking Only”. Overflow busses will need to find parking elsewhere and arrange a pick up point with riders.


Public Transportation


Driving From Other Cities

From San Francisco:

  • Follow I-80 East to Sacramento

  • Take the I-5 exit toward Redding

  • Use Google for directions to your chosen parking destination

From Los Angeles:

  • Follow I-5 North to Sacramento

  • Use Google for directions to your chosen parking destination

From Reno, Nevada:

  • Follow I-80 West to Sacramento

  • Use Google for directions to your chosen parking destination

From Redding, California:

  • Follow I-5 South to Sacramento

  • Use Google for directions to your chosen parking destination


Accessibility

  • There is reserved seating just below the stage at the West Capitol Steps that is accessible to wheelchairs.

  • ASL interpreters will be present during the rally.


Safety

  • Women’s March Sacramento is family friendly! Should you and your child become separated, our volunteer Peace Ambassadors will bring them to the nearest Medical Station to wait for their parents.

  • Use a sharpie to write important information on your forearm (especially helpful on children).

  • See something? Say something to a peacekeeper or volunteer.

  • Making the Women’s March a safe space for all kinds of people is critical to our success.

    • We will not use violence (physical or verbal) towards any person.

    • We will not destroy or damage property.

    • We will promote a tone of respect, honesty, transparency, and accountability in

      our actions.

    • We will not carry anything that can be construed as a weapon, nor possess (or

      consume) any alcohol or drugs.

    • We are nonpartisan, and will use Women’s March Sacramento primarily to express our support for women’s rights and human rights in our communities and the country, rather than to criticize politicians or political parties.

    • We will all hold each other accountable to respecting these agreements.


Food & Water

  • There will be food trucks located at the end of the march with food for purchase.

  • Water stations will be located within the Medical Tents.