How much does it cost to park at a meter?
Single-space parking meters will accept nickels, dimes, and quarters only, and the rate is $2.50/hour or $15/day. Paystations in lots and street ends accept credit cards, bills (up to $10 and will give change), and coins (quarters and dollar coins), and the rate is $2.50 per hour.

You may also pre-pay for your parking at the Parking Office before you head to the beach. Passes are sold in hourly, daily, multiple days, and weekly quantities. This does not guarantee a parking space, but it is a convenience should you choose to not want to have to pay after you have already parked. No refunds are issued if you cannot find a parking space once a pass from the Parking Office has been purchased.

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1. How much does it cost to park at a meter?
2. How many parking spaces are metered?
3. When are the meters enforced?
4. What do I do if a parking meter doesn't work?