Las Vegas North Premium Outlets downtown will charge $5 for parking starting Tuesday.
Locals with state identification, however, will continue to park for free.
The change “will help ease congestion and decrease the time visitors wait for a parking spot,” officials said in a statement.
Officials said delivering a premier customer experience remains a top priority, citing the new parking program as a better way to control the parking environment for shoppers.
The change includes the addition of designated employee parking, which will free up spaces for shoppers closer to the 540,000-square-foot mall.
Mall officials said the program “falls in line with what many local businesses have already done.”
Most major Strip casinos have started charging for parking.