- Public Safety
The Parking Division maintains forty-seven (47) multi-space parking meters throughout the City of Deerfield Beach. The meters are strategically placed covering 573 off-street parking spaces and 336 on-street parking spaces. Additionally, there are 497 non-metered spaces at The Cove Shopping Complex and an additional 202 non-metered parking spaces at the Palm Plaza Shopping Center.
The City of Deerfield Beach has partnered with FPL to install electric vehicle charging stations at the Main Beach parking lot. Six vehicles can charge at once, and the charging is free to the users. Users must still follow all rules for parking at the beach, including pulling in forward and paying to park.
The City of Deerfield Beach has implemented a Pay-by-Plate parking system. This system uses License Plate Recognition (LPR) technology. Simply enter your vehicle license plate number at one of the multi-space parking meters strategically located throughout the City. A Parking Enforcement Specialist with the Broward County Sheriff's Office, will scan the license plate using LPR technology to confirm payment of the patron's parking session.
The meters accept Visa, MasterCard, Discover, American Express, and coins. When paying with coins the hour must be completed. Certain meters do accept mixed payments (coins + credit card).
Parking Regulations are enforced 24/7, including weekends and holidays. If you park in an area after the designated times noted, a parking citation will be issued. Each citation for parking beyond the designated time frame carries a $30.00 fine.
|LOCATION||PARKING ALLOWED DURING THESE HOURS||RATE|
|Pier Parking Lot||
Monday from 6 AM to Friday at 4 PM
|Pier Parking Lot||Friday from 4 PM to Midnight on Sunday||$4.00/Hour|
|Kirk Cottrell Pavilion||Monday from 6 AM to Friday at 4 PM||$3.00/Hour|
|Kirk Cottrell Pavilion||Friday from 4 PM to Midnight on Sunday||$4.00/Hour|
|Pioneer Park Boat Ramp||24/7||$1.00/Hour|
|Everywhere Else||Monday from 6 AM to Friday at 4 PM||$2.00/Hour|
|Everywhere Else||Friday from 4 PM to Midnight on Sunday||$3.00/Hour|
Way-To-Park Mobile App
The City of Deerfield Beach has partnered with Way-To-Park, a smartphone app that provides a touchless option for parking payments.
Now there is no need to run back to the meter, or search for coins – use Way-To-Park instead!
The app is available for download on iPhone and Android.
How To Use Way-To-Park
- Download the app on iPhone or Android and complete the registration process, including your plate number, credit card information and alerts.
- Pay for parking using the correct zone. You can find your zone by using the street signs behind the parking meter, entering the zone number in the search bar or panning the map.
- Zone 8501 - Kirk Cottrell Pavilion Lot
- Zone 8502 - Pier Parking Lot
- Zone 8503 - Hillsboro/Fire Station Lot & Areas
- Zone 8504 - Main/South Beach Lot & Areas
- Zone 8505 - South of SE 4 Street & West of A1A
- Zone 8506 - Pioneer Park/Boat Ramp
- Zone 8507 - Sullivan Park
- Zone 8508 - Boat Slip at Sullivan Park
- Once you paid for parking, you will be able to see a countdown on your screen and receive a reminder (create in settings) when your time is about to expire. With a simple click, you can extend your time.
- If you originally paid for parking at a metered pay-by-plate machine, and it's about to expire, you can start a new session by using the WAY-TO-PARK mobile app. Parking Enforcement Specialists will use your license plate number to verify that you have paid for parking.
***Please Note: There is a 35¢ convenience charge for every WAY-TO-PARK transaction.
Permit Parking Locations
The Residential Digital Parking Permit is valid ONLY at the four (4) locations listed below. Parking spaces are available on a first-come, first-serve basis. If you occupy an on-street parking space, you will be required to pay for your parking session at one of the multi-space parking meters or from the WAYTOPARK app. Failure to do so will result in a parking citation that carries a fine amount of $30.00.
Please note: During special events, permit parking will not be available in certain areas.
Residents can purchase their annual parking permit online.
RESIDENTIAL Beach Parking Permit
|PARKING LOT NAME||PARKING LOT LOCATION||WAY-TO-PARK ZONE|
|South Beach||2025 SE 9th Street (across from Embassy Suites)||8504|
|Main Beach||149 SE 21 Avenue (between SE 1 Street & SE 2 Street)||8504|
|Fire Station||2040 SE 1 Street (behind Fire Station #75)||8503|
|Hillsboro||2048 E. Hillsboro Blvd (adjacent to the Fire Station Lot)||8503|
Boat Trailer Parking PERMIT
|PARKING LOT NAME||PARKING LOT LOCATION||WAY-TO-PARK ZONE|
|Pioneer Park Boat Ramp||Pioneer Park||8506|
Individuals occupying a designated disabled parking space must visibly display the disabled placard from the rearview mirror for the entire duration of their parking session.
Failure to visibly display the disabled placard will result in a parking citation that carries a fine amount of $250.00.
Individuals occupying a non-designated parking space must register the vehicle license plate at one of the multi-space parking meters. The maximum number of complimentary hours allowed is four (4). Anyone exceeding the four (4) complimentary hours will be required to pay the prevailing parking rates. Failure to register the license plate will result in a parking citation that carries a fine amount of $30.00.
Disabled spaces are available on a first-come, first-serve basis.
*Please note: Four (4) hours of complimentary parking in non-designated parking spaces is ONLY available with on-street parking spaces.
Complimentary parking is not available in any parking lot.
Registering License Plate in Meter
- Visibly hang the Disabled Placard from the rear-view mirror.
- Proceed to the nearest multi-space parking meter or use the WAYTOPARK mobile app.
- Select the blue DISABLED PARKING option.
- Enter your vehicle license plate number.
- Confirm the license plate number by pressing NEXT. To correct the license plate number press BACK.
- You will get a receipt indicating you have four (4) hours of complimentary parking. If you do not get a receipt, you need to start over. NO RECEIPT = NO TRANSACTION
**Please note: If you are located in a designated disabled space, you do not have to register. However, if you are parked in a NON-handicap space in a parking lot, you must pay the prevailing parking rates.
The registration above refers only to on-street parking.
***Exceptions: vehicles equipped with foot/hand controls, ramps, 'DV' (disabled veteran) tag or Florida toll exemption permit. F.S.S. 316.1964(8).
To request an Administrative Review of your parking citation, a written appeal shall be submitted to the Parking Enforcement Office located at 150 NE Second Ave, Deerfield Beach, Florida, 33441. The written appeal must be received by the Parking Enforcement office within ten (10) calendar days from the date of the citation. You can view your citation and related pictures online.
Download a copy of the Request for Administrative Review form
Download a copy of the Request for Magistrate Hearing form
Failure to pay the parking citation or timely submitting an appeal will result in late fees and potential collection agency fees.
All unpaid parking citations are referred to a 3rd party collection agency at 60-days. An additional add-on fee is applied to all parking citations assigned to the collection agency.
For information regarding parking citations please contact the Deerfield Beach Parking Authority at 954.480.4499 or via email at: firstname.lastname@example.org.
In accordance with Sec. 66-44 of the City's Code of Ordinances, vehicles are subject to towing if the registered owner has failed to:
- pay the fines and penalties resulting from the parking citations; or
- pay the fines and penalties resulting from the loss of an appeal
All towing within Deerfield Beach city limits is performed by:
4000 North Powerline Road
Applicable towing, storage, administrative fees shall be paid prior to releasing the vehicle.