Delray Beach and Surrounding Area
Attractions in the Delray Beach and Surrounding Area
Here’s a link to a website which presents a variety of attractions available in the Delray Beach and surrounding area. Click on Delray Beach Attractions
Parking Fees and Hours at Delray Beach
Payment for parking meters on East Atlantic Avenue, east of the Intracoastal Waterway, will be required between the hours of 8:00 AM and 8:00 PM. The cost is $1.50 per hour.
Beach Parking Permits
The City of Delray Beach offers a beach parking permit for $95.40 which covers the period from October 1st to September 30th of each year. This permit is acceptable within the following City-owned parking lots on Ocean Blvd. (A1A):
- Sandoway Park
- Anchor Park
- Ingraham Park
- Atlantic Dunes
- Marriott North Lot
Fees are not prorated. Beach Parking Permits are issued according to the City’s Code of Ordinances, Section 71.060 If you need further information, please call Utilities Customer Service at (561) 243-7103. Click on the following link for additional information:
Delray Beach Parking Permits
Senior Beach Parking Permit
Residents age 62 or older are eligible to purchase a permit at a cost of $100.70. This permit allows you to park in any parallel parking space on Ocean Blvd. (A1A). You do not have to purchase time on the meter for the space in which you are parked.
City of Delray Beach Implements New Smart Meters
DELRAY BEACH, FL, June 13, 2017 – Visitors to the City of Delray Beach parking garages who have previously needed cash to park, will find new methods of payment available for parking. New smart meters have been installed on each level of the garages for those who wish to have a receipt for parking. Additionally, the pay-by-phone/app service, Park Mobile, will allow drivers to pay for parking without visiting the meter or having to hand cash to an attendant.
The City charges a flat $5 fee from 4 p.m. until midnight, Thursday through Saturday for parking in both the Old School Square and the Federspiel garages in the downtown area. In the past, an attendant has been on duty at the entrance of the garages to collect cash upon entry to the parking garage.
With the installation of the smart meters in the parking garages, drivers are able to park first and then visit the smart meter to pay for parking. Ambassadors from the City’s parking management contract firm, Lanier, will be on hand in both garages to assist patrons with this process.
Patrons who already have the Park Mobile application downloaded onto their smartphones will receive a prompt upon entering the garage inviting them to pay for parking using the phone app. The Park Mobile app will allow patrons to pay using their license plate number and will save a trip to the meter.
Parking for persons who have disabled parking permits will be free throughout the City, whether the visitor chooses to park on the street, in a surface parking lot or in one of our parking garages.
The Old School Square Parking Garage includes more than 500 parking spaces and is centrally located at 95 NE 1st Avenue. The Robert Federspiel Parking Garage is located at 22 SE 1st Avenue and has just over 200 parking spaces. Both are conveniently located in the vicinity of Atlantic Avenue and the downtown Delray Beach restaurants and merchants.
For more information on parking please contact:
Jorge Alarcon – Parking Facilities Manager