What about Senior, Disabled, Veteran parking?

The City offers qualified resident Seniors (65+), Disabled Persons and Veterans a discount of 25% off the Resident Monthly Parking Permit.

Handicap Parking - On-Street Hourly Parking

Vehicles displaying a disabled parking permit or license plate are allowed to park for free up to four (4) hours in any standard non-designated handicap space. After the time limit expires, the driver must pay the prevailing parking rate or risk a parking citation that carries a minimum fine amount of $39.00.

Complimentary parking is provided only once per 24-hour period.

Any vehicle which displays a disabled parking permit may park for free with no time limitation in any marked and designated on-street handicapped parking space.

In accordance with Florida Statute §320.0848, disabled Parking Permits & License Tags must be properly displayed (with an expiration date visible) and only used when the vehicle is transporting the person to whom the disabled permit is issued. If the permit owner is not being transported in the vehicle, the permit may not be used.

Handicap Parking – Off-Street Hourly Parking 

Consistent with Florida Statute §316.1964 (8), City Code Section 28-137 stipulates; all drivers must pay to park in the City’s off-street parking facilities. Paid parking applies to all marked and designated handicapped spaces and all standard non-designated parking spaces.

The following motor vehicles are exempt from any parking fees:

  • A vehicle displaying the Florida Toll Exemption Permit.
  • A vehicle displaying the Disabled Veteran “DV” license plate.
  • A vehicle displaying a disabled parking permit which has specialized equipment such as ramps, lifts, or foot or hand controls.

Veteran Parking - Hourly Parking

The Hallandale Beach City Commission recognizes the sacrifices U.S. veterans have made to protect the freedom of the United States and wishes to show their appreciation to those veterans of the United States who have been recognized for specified distinguished and meritorious service.

Veterans whose cars properly display a Florida National Guard, U.S. Reserve, Ex-Prisoner of War, Pearl Harbor Survivor or Purple Heart license plate or other verifiable license plate from the State of Florida validly obtained from the State of Florida shall be exempt from having to pay parking fees. Such an exemption shall only be applicable to hourly parking and shall not be applicable to the city's permitted parking program within residential neighborhoods.

Show All Answers

1. How do I apply for the Resident Parking Program?
2. How will I know when my application is approved?
3. Is there a transaction fee when parking?
4. Who can purchase a Resident Monthly Parking Permit?
5. When are the parking rates in effect and enforced?
6. What about Senior, Disabled, Veteran parking?
7. How do I apply for and purchase a Resident Monthly Parking Permit?
8. Does the Resident Monthly Parking Permit allow 24 hour parking?
9. How many Resident Monthly Parking Permits can be purchased?
10. Do residents with a Resident Monthly Parking Permit still need to pay hourly parking fees?
11. Can a resident buy a Resident Monthly Parking Permit for visitors and guests?
12. Is the Monthly Permit effective for a calendar month or from the time I purchase?
13. Can we pay for Resident Monthly Parking Permit at City Hall?
14. Will a Resident Monthly Parking Permit guarantee a spot?
15. If I am a Resident but have a Rental Car, do I qualify for the Resident Parking Program?
16. What is Non-Resident/ Visitor parking?
17. Is there a maximum daily rate?
18. Can Commercial Vehicles park on-street?
19. How are Parking Citations handled?
20. Why is Diana Drive a Premium Zone?
21. Do I need a credit card to pay for parking?
22. Why do I have to pay for on-street parking?
23. Could the parking program be expanded to other locations?
24. Is there a Beach Parking Pass
25. Do my Visitors/ Guests have to pay for parking when they come over?
26. When can I renew my Resident Monthly Parking Permit?
27. Will PayByPhone remind me when my session is ending?