In an effort to better serve customers, the City of Hollywood’s Parking Division began upgrading the online Parking Portal on Thursday, February 15th. Currently the online Parking Portal can be used to pay a ticket and appeal a ticket. At this time, permit purchases online is still unavailable. To purchase a permit, please visit the Parking Office located at the City Hall Annex Building, 2600 Hollywood Boulevard, Monday through Thursday from 7:00 am to 6:00 pm. Permit purchases online is expected to be available Thursday, March 22.
We are committed to working with businesses, residents, institutions, and visitors to meet their diverse parking needs. We count on the input, support, and cooperation of everyone to make our parking management program a success.
The City of Hollywood is installing new multi-space parking meters that use your license plate number to track payments. No more walking back & forth to the car with receipts. Just enter your plate number, select how much time you want to park and make your payment. Best of all, if your time is running out, you can add more time at any multi-space meter
Beach Garage Real-Time Space Availability
Visitors of the beach garage will spend less time idling and driving around with the parking guidance system. The system display the number of available spaces in the garage. Once all spaces are occupied, the display shows FULL.
Downtown Parking Guide
The Parking Division operates two parking garages, several parking lots, and on-street spaces in the Downtown area. Download our parking guide to help you find where to park.
Parkmobile is Available in Hollywood
Did you know that you can use your smartphone to pay for parking in Hollywood? You’ll never have to use a meter again; all you need is a cell phone and credit or debit card.
Parking for Disabled Drivers
Drivers of vehicles displaying a disabled parking permit or license plate are allowed to park for free up to four (4) hours in any on-street metered space. In the public parking garages, however, all drivers must pay to park unless driving a specialized vehicle or displaying the Florida Toll Exemption Permit as per Florida law 316.1964.