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The parking program has the authority to use wheel locks (boots) on illegally parked vehicles for which there are 3 or more outstanding, unpaid, and overdue parking tickets. The operator of such a vehicle is known as a scofflaw.
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§ 74.23 HANDICAPPED PARKING.
(A) No person shall park or leave standing a vehicle in any parking space located on a public street or in an off-street parking facility owned or leased by the town and designated for use by the public as parking facilities and which has been appropriately designated for the handicapped when the vehicle so parked does not display the distinguishing license plate, placard or identification card as provided in G.S. § 20-37.6.
(B) Vehicles displaying the distinguishing license plate, placard or identification card as provided in G.S. § 20-37.6 may park in designated handicapped parking spaces at any location in the Town without the payment of any fee. However, it shall be unlawful for such vehicles to park in any parking meter space not designated for handicapped parking without paying the required fee.
The Wrightsville Beach Parking Program is a public/private partnership between the Town of Wrightsville Beach and Pivot Parking. Pivot Parking manages the day-to-day operations, but the Town sets all fees, penalties, hours of operation, location of meters, and other policy issues.
Parking fine amounts vary depending on the violation. Most meter violations are $50. If not paid, within 3 days, the penalty is $60; if not paid within 10 days, the penalty is $70.
Inquire by phone at 910-256-5453 or in person at the parking office at 321 Causeway Drive.
Call the parking office (910) 256-5453 for information on how to file an appeal.
Check out our parking citation payment options here: https://www.townofwrightsvillebeach.com/165/Pay-a-Parking-Citation
Pay or appeal the citation within 3 days of the issuance.
Yes. As a registered owner, you are liable for any citations regardless of whether or not you were using the vehicle at the time the citations were issued.