Downtown Fort Pierce Parking GUIDE
Downtown Parking Regulations
Downtown Fort Pierce is a vibrant place to live, work, learn and play. In an effort to create an additional turnover of parking spaces in high-demand areas, the City of Fort Pierce enforces the 2-hour time limit parking zones. These enforcement efforts are designed to improve business accessibility by addressing prolonged on-street parking.
Parking regulations will be enforced by the Fort Pierce Police Department City of Fort Pierce in partnership with the Code Enforcement Department. Citations for violation of this code are issued when a vehicle parks on the street, during the posted restriction hours, for any cumulative period of time that is longer than the posted time limit (2 hours).
The City of Fort Pierce parking regulations helps maximize available parking for business patrons, maintain traffic flow, and enhance public safety. These regulations complement the City's commitment to promoting a quality environment for residents and visitors.
For additional information on parking enforcement, please contact Code Enforcement at (772) 467-3000.
Frequently Asked Questions
- When is time-restricted parking enforced?
2-hour time limit parking is enforced Monday through Friday from 8:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.
- Who do I call to report a parking violation?
Fort Pierce Police Department (non-emergency) 772-461-3820 or Code Enforcement (772) 467-3000.
- Where are time-restricted parking spaces located?
Two-hour time restricted parking spaces are located downtown and their approximate locations are highlighted in red on the map above. Please read all signs carefully before you park.
- Where can I park for longer than 2 hours?
The City of Fort Pierce offers many public parking areas. Use the map above to locate all of the public unrestricted spaces available.
- How long do I have to pay my citation fee?
Citations must be paid within 30 days of receiving notice.
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