Can I use a beach garage parking meter receipt to park on the streets near the beach?
No. You can only use a beach garage meter receipt in the beach garage. If you move to a parking space on-street, you will need to purchase additional time on the parking meter.

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1. Can I park my recreational vehicle on the beach as long as I pay the meter?
2. Can I park my motorcycle in a regular parking space?
3. Can I use a beach garage parking meter receipt to park on the streets near the beach?
4. How can I report a broken parking meter?
5. How can I report an illegally parked vehicle?
6. How do I recover my vehicle if it was booted or towed?
7. How do I appeal my citation?
8. How much does metered on-street parking cost?
9. I’m an employee, where can I park?
10. I need a place to park my large recreational vehicle, commercial vehicle or a boat & trailer, where do I go?
11. If the parking meter is out of service can I still park without paying?
12. Is there any free parking on city streets?
13. What do I do if I get a new car after I purchased a parking permit?
14. What do I do if my parking meter receipt was upside down or fell off the dashboard and I received a citation?
15. What do I do if my parking permit is lost or stolen?
16. What do I do if the meter I parked at was not working properly and I received a citation?
17. What other parking permits are available and what are the costs?
18. What payment methods are accepted by the parking meters?
19. When is paid parking enforced?
20. Where can I obtain a handicap placard?
21. Where can I purchase or renew a parking permit?
22. Where do I pay my parking ticket?
23. Who can apply for a Resident Parking Permit?
24. Why is parking enforcement necessary in the city?
25. I parked my car for less than two hours and returned to the same block to park later during the day. Why did I receive a ticket for parking in excess of posted time limits in downtown Hollywood?
26. I was unaware of the parking rule changes in Hollywood. Can the city void my parking citation?
27. I have a citywide parking permit. Can I park for as long as I want anywhere in Hollywood?