Yes.The multi-space parking meters accept Visa, Mastercard, American Express and Discover.
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The parking rates vary in the different zones but the multi-space parking meter will always indicate the prevailing rate for the zone in which you have chosen to park.
Parking areas north of SE 1 Street and along Ocean Way, are enforced every day of the week from 6 AM until 12 midnight. (this includes the Kirk Cottrell Pavilion parking lot and the Pier parking lot) Parking areas south of SE 1 Street and along Ocean Way, are enforced every day of the week from 6 AM until 11 PM. (this includes the Main beach parking lot).The parking lot west of A1A and east SE 19 Avenue between SE 5 Street and SE 6 Street closes at 7 PM.
No.Pay Stations are pro-rated and will not accept payments that exceed the time period for that specific location. Pay Stations are also programmed to shut off after the enforced time period.
Yes.Once the transaction is completed a receipt is issued. However, if a receipt is not issued, the transaction was not completed and you will be required to start the process over.
No.The City’s Parking Enforcement Division uses License Plate Recognition technology (LPR) to identified those who paid for parking as well as those who didn’t pay for parking.The receipt serves as proof that a parking session was paid for. It also provides the time the parking session expires.There is no need to place the receipt on the dashboard.Keep it for your records only.
Simply press the one hour button until desired time is reached. Parking rates are per hour.
For added convenience, you may also use the Way-To-Park app to add or extend your parking session.***Reminder: Deerfield Beach only accepts the ‘WAY-TO-PARK’ app.
When occupying a designated handicap parking space, individuals owning a valid, current handicap placard can park for free for the duration of the designated time frame.In ZONE 8503 the designated time frame is until 12 midnightIn ZONE 8504 the designated time frame is until 11 pm.The handicap placard shall be visibly displayed for the ENTRE duration of the parking session.
Individuals occupying a non-designated parking space shall receive the FIRST 4 HOURS of parking at no charge. To qualify, the individual shall register their license plate at one of the multi-space pay stations strategically located throughout the Barrier Island. Failure to register shall render the parking session as unpaid and in violation of Ordinance 66-77; which carries a fine amount of $30.00.
The 4-hours of complimentary parking applies ONLY to on-street parking.Complimentary parking is NOT available on any off-street parking lot.
Yes.When any button is pressed the screen will light up for the duration of the transaction.
Yes.Before your transaction is completed you can either use the backspace key to make corrections or cancel the entire transaction by pressing the red “X” button and start over.
Yes.In accordance with Sec. 66-41(d); any person may submit within ten (10) calendar days a written request with the City’s Parking Division for review of the parking citation.The written appeal must be received by the Parking Division within ten (10) calendar days or the right to appeal is forfeited.An Administrative Review of the parking citation shall be a precedent to filing an appeal with the Special Magistrate.All requests shall be mailed or hand delivered to:Parking Enforcement Office150 NE Second AveDeerfield Beach, FL 33441
You can view your parking citation and related pictures at www.dfb.city/paymyticket.
***Please note: failure to pay a parking citation will result in late fees.