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Parking at the Beach
Pay by Phone
Pull into a Parkmobile space. Just look for the green Parkmobile sign with the cell phone logo.
Call us or use our mobile app to enter, scan, or enable NFC to activate your parking session and space number.
Confirm payment. We will email or text you about 15 minutes before your parking session expires.
Pay by Cash or Credit Card
Printable Parking Brochure
Important Note: Once meter space has been paid for, you must allow the time to run out before purchasing another session. Machines do not allow time to be added.
Beach Parking Decal Program
The City of Lake Worth Florida will begin selling Beach Decals for Permanent and Seasonal Residents for the upcoming year on April 17. Decals are good from May 1, 2017 to April 30, 2018.
Important Note: Decals are only available for Lake Worth residents - zip code 33460 and a limited area in 33461. You may have Lake Worth mailing address as assigned by the US Post Office but your home is not located within muncipal boundaries.
To see if you qualify for a parking decal please enter your address on this interactive map
Beach Parking Decal Program | Application
The Beach Parking Decal Program was created as a benefit for residents, both permanent & seasonal, of the City of Lake Worth. There are 50 designated parking spaces at the Lake Worth Beach for decal holders. Beach Decals are valid between May 1st through April 30th of the following year - however may be purchased at anytime.
Decals may be purchased in the parking office located at the Utilities’ Customer Service Department, 414 Lake Avenue, Lake Worth, FL 33460. Business hours are Monday-Friday 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. except Thursdays when the office opens at 9:00 a.m.
Please remember to use the parking spaces designated for resident parking ONLY with your beach decal to prevent any parking citations being issued to you. The mandatory documentation annual residents and seasonal residents must provide to prove residency every year are listed below:
BEACH DECAL DOCUMENTS
Please Bring the Following:
Year Round ($40 + 2.80) Tax
Seasonal ($60 + 4.20 Tax)
Boat Ramp Permits
Permit Year: Jan 1st- Dec 31st
BRYANT PARK BOAT RAMP DOCUMENTS
ONE ITEM FROM THIS LIST
ONE ITEM FROM THIS LIST
Commercial & Non-Florida Resident
|Current Florida Boat & Trailer Registration||$50.00 + $3.50 TAX||$150.00 + $10.50 TAX|
|Driver's License||Driver's License|
|Trailer Registration||Trailer Registration|
|Vessel Registration||Vessel Registration|
$5.30 Replacement Fee for Beach Decals & Boat Ramp Permits
The Parking Division monitors parking for daily users in:
- Downtown Lake Worth
- Lake Worth Beach
- Bryant Park Boat Ramp and Boat Ramp Overflow Parking
- Old Bridge Park
Responsibilities include; providing lot and pay station maintenance, enforcement of ordinances, issuance of citations, tracking of meter revenues, and resolving citation disputes.
Parking Citations may be paid by mail or in person at:
Utilities Customer Service Center
City Hall Annex
414 Lake Avenue
Lake Worth, FL 33460
Cash, check, debit & credit cards accepted.
Mon, Tues, Wed, & Fri | 8am - 5pm
Thursday | 9am - 5pm
Online: www.remit-online.com/561001 (a $3.50 transaction fee applies).
Vehicles illegally parked on City of Lake Worth, Florida property will be towed by Priority Towing or Steve’s Towing at the owner’s expense. To recover your vehicle you will need to contact:
- Priority Towing 561-533-5573
714 Barnett Drive, Lake Worth, Florida 33460 or:
- Steve’s Towing 561-588-8386
305 S. H Street, Lake Worth, Florida 33460.
You will be required to pay the tow fee(s) and any citation fees when recovering the vehicle. The City of Lake Worth, Florida assumes no responsibility for theft of or damage to any vehicle towed.
City ordinance Chapter 8 of the City municipal code states any bicycle left over 48 hours is considered abandoned. Report an abandoned bicycle on City of Lake Worth, Florida public property (sidewalk, street sign, bike rack, etc.). If you know of a bicycle that has been left on a public right-of-way for more than 48 hours, please call (561) 533-7383.
To inquire about an abandoned bicycle contact the Parking Division at (561) 533-7383.