PARKING Questions and Answers
Paid parking is enforced 24/7 (including holidays) in metered parking areas and lots. Parking downtown is controlled by signs.
You may contact email@example.com or 561-533-7383 for any questions you may have.
In all paid lots, including Old Bridge lot and Boat Ramp lot, you may take the receipt with you or display the parking receipt in the front window of your vehicle, showing that you have paid for the time.
Disabled parking is free for 4 hours in disabled spaces and in meter spaces. There is no disabled parking in a Beach Decal space without a Beach Decal.
A vehicle boot is an immobilizing device that makes movement of a vehicle impossible until all citations have been paid.
Ordinance (21-33h) prohibits backing into spaces for the following reasons: destruction of city property, including bumpers, plants, trees, shrubs, meter poles, power poles, and light poles, and to reduce the possibility of striking someone by a backing vehicle.
Vehicles left continuously on city property and not moved or left overnight (2am to 6am) in city lots will be towed.
Parking meters are $3.00 per hour; a minimum of two hours will be paid for if using a credit card ($6.00). You may pay with coins or with Visa, MasterCard or American Express. You may also use the Pay by Phone Parkmobile app. The machines DO NOT take bills and DO NOT give change.
Citations may be paid at www.lakeworthbeach.citationportal.com (a $3.00 transaction fee applies) or at 414 Lake Avenue, Lake Worth Beach, FL 33460, either by mail or in person (an in-person fee will be applied if walking in).
Click on the Parking Hearing Request Form or you can go to the City of Lake Worth Beach Parking Page website or in-person at 414 Lake Avenue, Lake Worth Beach, FL 33460 (hearing attendance will apply and hearing fees may apply).
All citations must be paid within 15 calendar days. Any citations not paid within the 15 day period will incur the doubling of the fine amount. Any citation over 45 days old will incur an additional twenty five (25%) fee and any citation over 90 days old will be turned over to collections and will incur an additional twenty five (25%) fee. In accordance with F.S.S. any vehicle with 3 or more unpaid citations may have their vehicle registration withheld or by City Ordinance have an immobilization device placed on it.
First, you must be a resident of the City of Lake Worth Beach; you must live in the area codes 33460 or 33461 (limited area). Beach decals may be purchased at the Utilities Customer Service Department at 414 Lake Avenue, Lake Worth Beach, FL 33461. For a list of the necessary documentation required for a beach decal, see the Parking page on the City of Lake Worth Beach website and check the interactive map for approved locations.
Beach Parking Map
View a map of where you can park at Lake Worth Beach. You can find access to public spots, and our decal reserved spots.
Beach parking decals
The City of Lake Worth Beach Florida sells Beach Decals for Permanent and Seasonal Residents two weeks prior to the May 1st start date, then anytime throughout the season. Decals are good from May 1st – April 30th. Click here to fill out an application.