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Parking Permits
The following parking permits are available at the east entrance of Town Hall, Monday through Friday, 8:30 a.m. - 5 p.m. Town Hall is located at 360 South County Road, Palm Beach, FL 33480.

Yearly Residential Parking Permits
  • Maximum 2 permits per residence
  • Issued for street/block of residence only
  • $50 fee per permit

Required Documentation

  1. Current vehicle registration
  2. Identification including your name and the Palm Beach address for which the permit will be issued (vehicle registration, driver's license, utility bill showing service address)

Visitor Parking Permits

  • Maximum 2 permits per residence
  • Application to be made by resident (proof of residence required)
  • Allows parking in spaces marked, "Permit Parking Only" on the street and block of residence
  • Good for 1 year (set expiration dates depending on street/block)
  • $50 fee per permit
 
Required Documentation
  1. Identification including your name and the Palm Beach address for which the permit will be issued (vehicle registration, driver's license, utility bill showing service address, preprinted check)

Gainesville Plan

Decals and visitor permits are available for purchase on September 1st and will expire on September 30th of each year. Parking citations will not be issued on expired permits until October 16th and residents are responsible for obtaining valid permits before the end of the grace period. Any vehicle without a valid permit after October 15th will be issued a citation for an expired permit. During the grace period, parking enforcement will issue citations for all other parking violations such as failure to display the permit or improper display of the permit.

Arlington Plan
Decals and visitor permits are available for purchase on December 1st and will expire on December 31st of each year. Parking citations will not be issued on expired permits until January 16th and residents are responsible for obtaining valid permits before the end of the grace period. Any vehicle without a valid permit after January 15th will be issued a citation for an expired permit. During the grace period, parking enforcement will issue citations for all other parking violations such as failure to display the permit or improper display of the permit.

Temporary Group Residential Parking Permit

Temporary Group Residential Parking permits are available at no cost to residents participating in the Residential Parking Permit program. Only the residents of the specific residential permit parking area within which the Temporary Group Permit is being applied for and whose household has previously purchased two (2) visitor permits for the current permit year are eligible for the Temporary Group Permits. An applicant can request up to 50% of the number of available residential permit parking spaces on their street.
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Application for Residential Parking Permit 

Application for Temporary Group Residential Parking Permit


Parking Placards
  • Issued for periods of either 1, 4, 6 or 12 consecutive months
  • Fee: $95 for 1 month, $320 for 4 months, $450 for 6 months, $840 for 12 months
  • First come, first served

Palm Beach Placard Permit Parking Program Pamphlet (revised 8/6/14)

Renewal Notices

Renewal notices for parking placards are mailed 30 to 60 days prior to the expiration date of the placard. Parking citations will not be issued on expired permits until 30 days after the expiration date and placard holders are responsible for the renewal of the parking placard before the end of the grace period. Any vehicle without a valid permit after 30 days will be issued a citation for an expired permit. During the grace period, parking enforcement will issue citations for all other parking violations such as failure to display the permit or improper display of the permit. When the holder of an expired parking permit renews the permit within 30 days of expiration of the prior permit, the commencement of the renewed permit shall be retroactive to the first day after the expiration of the prior permit regardless of when the permit is renewed. If the parking permit is not renewed within 30 days of the expiration date, the prior permit holder has no continuing right to renewal and the permit will be offered to the next person on the waiting list for parking placards.