You must contact or visit the Parking Office during normal business hours (Mon-Thur, 7a-6p) to update your vehicle information. Proof of purchase of new vehicle may be required.
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You may call the Office of Parking at 954.921.3535 or non- emergency police at 954.967. 4636 and provide the following information:
You may also visit the Hollywood Connect link on our City's Website to report the vehicle electronically.
You may visit the Parking Webpage or our Parking Office (Mon-Thur, 7a-6p) to make payment to all outstanding citation. Once all citations are paid in full the Parking Supervisor will receive notice and will remove the boot from your vehicle within 1 hour between 7a-12a; after 12a the boot will be removed the next day after 7am.
You may also call the parking office at 954-921-3535 and speak to a representative for assistance with the boot removal process.
If you vehicle is towed, please contact Hollywood Police Department at 954-764-4357.
Employees can park in designated areas located in downtown and in the upper floor of both Hollywood Beach Garages (Garfield and Nevada).
The Recreational Vehicle Storage Facility is available to all residents. A lease agreement may be obtained by visiting the Office of Parking located at 2600 Hollywood Boulevard, City Hall West Side Annex Building. Our office hours are Monday - Thursday, 7:00 am to 6:00 pm, except weekends and holidays.
No. Please proceed to a different parking meter in the area or use the pay by mobile service to pay for parking. For more information about this service, please visit Parkmobile.
No, there are over 500 metered parking spaces on the street in downtown Hollywood. On-street metered parking costs $1.50 per hour at these spaces, as they are for shorter term parking. If you need more time to enjoy downtown, there is also long-term parking available at the following City of Hollywood facilities:
The parking fee at both downtown garages is only $1.00 per hour. Both facilities are convenient to businesses, shopping and dining.
You should visit the appeal section of the Parking Website to submit an appeal explaining the meter malfunction.
The parking meters accept coins, cash, debit, and credit cards - Visa and MasterCard only. You can also use the pay by mobile service. For more information about this service, please visit Park Mobile.
If you feel your parking citation is unjust due to the change in parking rule, you can appeal your citation via our Parking Website. Any driver who receives a citation for any reason can appeal the citation and ask for a courtesy warning.
Citywide permits allow drivers to park at no additional charge in the Hollywood Beach on-street metered spaces, Beach City garages and Downtown permit areas. It does not allow a driver to exceed the posted time limits, unless signed as permitted. It does, however, allow a driver to park long term in areas designated for long term city permit parking. NOTE: parking in ALL public parking spaces in the City of Hollywood are limited to 24 hours per space.