GENERAL RESIDENTS INFORMATIONRestricted Residential Parking Zones
The City of Miami Beach, in an effort to provide our residents with adequate parking for personal vehicles, has established residential parking zones in several areas of the City. To park in these zones during restricted hours, vehicles must display a residential parking permit decal. Residential zones are tow-away zones for those vehicles without the proper decal. They are strictly enforced. Each zone is clearly marked with street signs.
Parking Permits Information Required Documents
Residential Parking Application - Zones 1 - 4 Residential Parking Application - Zone 3 Residential Parking Application - Zones 5 - 10 Residential Parking Application - Zones 11 - 12 Residential Parking Application - Zones 14 - 17
Residential Parking Zone Maps
Residential Parking Zone 1- Ocean Drive Residential Parking Zone 1 - South Pointe Residential Parking Zone 2 Residential Parking Zone 3 Residential Parking Zone 4 Residential Parking Zone 5 Residential Parking Zone 6 Residential Parking Zone 9 Residential Parking Zone 10 Residential Parking Zone 11 Residential Parking Zone 12 Residential Parking Zone 14 Residential Parking Zone 15 Residential Parking Zone 16 Residential Parking Zone 17
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The permit DOES NOT exempt you from any posted parking regulations, yellow safety zones, obstructing sidewalks , nor does it guarantee you a parking space. All posted and public safety regulations must be observed, including restrictions for parking meters.
The permit is not transferable from vehicle to vehicle. The permit can ONLY be used on the vehicle it is issued to and MUST BE PERMANENTLY AFFIXED to your front windshield, lower corner, driver's side. Vehicles with permits taped or not properly affixed will be cited. If you change vehicles or your license plate, you must apply for a replacement permit and return the old permit. In the case of a stolen permit, you must provide us with a police report for the stolen vehicle.
The fee for a replacement or stolen permit is $7.50. Replacement of the permit will require presentation of a government issued photo identification, a police report, if applicable, the old permit and verification in the Residential Parking Program Computer System that you were a valid decal holder.
Scratch Tags CANNOT be replaced.
Scratch Tags are for the accommodation of short term visitors ONLY and must be prominently displayed. Failure to display scratch tag may lead to enforcement action, up to and including impoundment. Kindly review the message on the front of your scratch tag. The parking department requests that the intention of the scratch tag program be honored, in order not to jeopardize the program.