OCEAN CITY PARKING INFORMATION

We accept 3 methods of payment: ParkMobile App, Credit Card or Quarters

(Please note that the 100th Street Lot only accepts credit cards)

You will need to know your complete license plate including letters.
The Town of Ocean City has a “NO REFUNDS POLICY FOR PARKING”. BE SURE YOUR TIME IS CORRECT BEFORE PRESSING “YES” and committing. You are solely responsible for entering your time in the machine and verifying that the amount of time is correct and the amount you wish to pay is correct. If you are uncertain, cancel the transaction and start over.
Parking Ticket Information and Payments: http://oceancitymd.gov/paymyticket 
For questions concerning parking tickets; Inlet invoices and associated administrative fees, contact the OCPD Records Department at 410-723-6608 during business hours.

Ocean City Inlet Lot Parking

Your first 30 minutes are free, including handicapped!

Patrons must pay for expired time prior to leaving the Inlet Lot to avoid being billed for additional administrative costs

NEW RATES FOR 2020

April 1 – May 21, 2020

Monday – Thursday: FREE Parking

Friday – Sunday: $3.00/hour

May 22 – September 30, 2020

Daily Rate: $3.50/hour

October 1 – 31, 2020

Monday – Thursday: FREE Parking

Friday – Sunday: $3.00/hour

IMPORTANT INFORMATION:
  • Inlet Parking Lot visitors can pay for the desired amount of time when you park or before you leave your parking space by paying for the amount of time you stayed. Remember, your first 30 minutes are free!
  • You do not need to display a receipt on your dash. Instead, you enter your license plate at a nearby kiosk & the system will recognize your “paid time” based on your vehicle. (Note: You will need to know your complete license plate including letters.) You may also pay with the ParkMobile App.
  • A violation of Inlet Lot Parking will result in a mailed bill of time spent in the lot, plus a $25 administrative fee. This fee will escalate to $50 if not paid within 30 days. Patrons must pay for expired time prior to leaving the Inlet Lot to avoid being billed for additional administrative costs.
  • Need help? Parking lot ambassadors are available at the booth located in the center of the inlet parking lot (Row E).

Street & Municipal Lot Parking

Handicapped Vehicles: No charge if stay is less than 1 hour, otherwise full rate.

Handicapped vehicles must have handicapped plates or a visible placard. This does not apply to Inlet Lot parking.

NEW RATES FOR 2020

April 1 – May 21, 2020

Monday – Thursday: FREE Parking

Friday – Sunday: $2.00/hour

May 22 – September 30, 2020

Daily Rate of $3.00/hour

October 1 – 31, 2020

Monday – Thursday: FREE Parking

Friday – Sunday: $2.00/hour

To use on-street or municipal parking lot kiosks; park, take a moment to write down or snap a photo of your license plate, walk to the nearest pay station, enter your license plate number (including letters), the length of time you wish to stay, and your payment. You no longer need to post your receipt on the dash, unless a message is displayed on the kiosk.
Some helpful information:
  • Unlike the Inlet Parking Lot, on-street & municipal lot parking requires that you MUST pay for your desired amount of time WHEN YOU PARK.
  • Parking paid at 100th St. lot does NOT apply to parking at the Inlet, on-street parking, or other municipal lots.
  • A violation of Street Parking & other Municipal Lot parking will result in a physical parking ticket ($50 fine) which can be voided if payment is made for actual time up to 1 hour and within 1 hour.
  • Need help? Call the number on the front of the machine for tech support and guidance on the machine and operation.
Locations Below:
Worcester St., between Baltimore Ave. & Philadelphia Ave.
Somerset St. & Baltimore Ave.
Dorchester St. & Baltimore Ave.
N. Division St. & Baltimore Ave.
N. Division St. & St. Louis Ave. (small lot)
4th St. & Baltimore Ave.
61st St. & Coastal Hwy., (Bayside)
64th Street – Boat Ramp Parking Lot (for boaters launching-hourly)
100th St., Bayside – (2 lots) Cars & Boats (this is a trailer approved lot) Weekly & Daily parking paid at 100th Street will only apply for 100th Street

Cars $10 per day / $40 per week

Trailer $10 per day/ $50 per week

You will also see additional side street Parkeon pay station parking on selected streets, ocean side and bayside in the area between S. Division & 10th Street, and again at 99th St.

Enforcement Hours: Municipal Lots – 24 hours per day – Street Parking 7 a.m. – until 12 Midnight

West Ocean City Park and Ride

For more information: Visit Transportation’s web page or call 410-723-2174

The West OC shuttle service is now closed and will resume in Spring 2020.

While you’re in town, why not give your car a vacation, too? The West Ocean City Park & Ride offers FREE ample parking at 12848 Ocean Gateway. Not only is the parking free, but the lot offers spectacular scenic views of the bay, surrounding wetlands, the Ocean City skyline and of course, the gorgeous sunsets Ocean City is known for. Visit the octagon gazebos for amazing bird-watching. And be sure to read the interpretive signs and checkout the railroad bridge and brick walkways before catching the shuttle into town.

  •  The West OC shuttle service is FREE except during special events. Special events shuttle service from the West Ocean City Park & Ride is $3 and includes a Ride-All-Day bus pass. Please observe posted rules and regulations at the Park & Ride. Restrictions apply
  •  It shall be unlawful to park any commercial vehicle unless performing services for or on behalf of the Mayor and City Council
  •  It shall be unlawful to utilize any vehicle for sleeping quarters
  •  No Overnight Parking Allowed “OV-Oversized Vehicles”- longer than 20 feet and trailers will be towed if parked between 3:00 AM and 6:00 AM
  •  Park in Designated Area Only
  •  Information on Towed Vehicles Contact 410-723-6608

**When Park n Ride Beach Bus is not in operation in the off-season, transportation to/from South Division Street Station to Park n Ride off Rt. 50 is provided by Shore Transit.

*Please refer to Shore Transit public schedule for additional transportation options.

Trailer Parking

Our 100th St. Municipal Lot (2 lots) is a trailer approved lot (Cars, Boats, Trailers, Oversize).

$10 Day & $50 Week – Good only for the 100th St. Lot

Payment for this lot can be done with either Credit Card or ParkMobile App.

Parking restrictions for trailers & oversize vehicles

  • No trailer or oversized vehicle parking on Baltimore Avenue at anytime
  • No trailer or oversized vehicle parking on any street or public lot without a permit between May 1 and October 31, except the 100th Street municipal Lot and the West Ocean City Park & Ride
  • Permits are available to registered participants of certain special events from event promoters including Cruisin’ Ocean City, OC Bikefest and Endless Summer Cruisin’ for a fee of $50.
  • Other permits will be issued on a case by case basis by the Town of Ocean City’s Director of Special Events
  • The new ordinance applies to trailers that are both attached and detached from vehicles
  • Any oversize vehicle is any vehicle that is either over 21 feet, 2 inches in length and/ or over 6 feet, 8 inches in width
  • The fine for trailer and oversize vehicle violations is $250
  • Scofflaws (3 or more outstanding tickets or $100 or more in outstanding fines) may be booted or towed

The Town of Ocean City has teamed up with Parkmobile to provide residents, businesses, and visitors the ability to conduct parking transactions by mobile phone.

Customers are able to pay for parking from their smartphones by downloading Parkmobile’s mobile application for iPhone, Android, Windows, Blackberry, and Amazon Fire smartphones.

 

DOWNLOAD THE PARKMOBILE APP

 

How to Use the Kiosk in 5 Simple Steps

Push start to begin.

Enter license plate number, including letters, then press the green button,

Insert Quarters or Credit Card and follow on screen instructions,

Press green button to complete transaction,

Enjoy the Beach & Boardwalk in OCMD.

Watch the below instructional video for helpful tips on using our Kiosks.

PARKING FAQ’S

Do I have to place my receipt on the Dashboard?

No, you can just pay & go!

How does the enforcement officer know I have paid?

Our on-street & municipal parking lot enforcement officers use a handheld device that displays a listing of paid plates.  Our Inlet Parking Lot uses a camera enforcement system to verify payment.

Do I pay when I park or do I pay when I leave my space?

For parking on-street or in municipal lots:  you MUST pay for your desired amount of time when you park.

For parking in the Inlet Parking Lot: You can pay for your desired amount of time when you park OR you can pay before you leave the Inlet Lot by paying for the amount of time you stayed. Remember, your first 30 minutes are free. NOTE: The Inlet Lot is camera enforced and failure to pay will result in a billed fine for the amount of time you owe, plus $25.

Can I extend my parking session at the Payment Kiosk?

Yes! You can also EASILY extend your parking session through the PARKMOBILE app or by using a similar payment kiosk as your initial transaction.

  • For parking on-street or in municipal lots: If you made an initial transaction at an on-street/municipal lot payment kiosk, you can extend your time from any other kiosk (excluding the Inlet Lot) up to the maximum time limit.
  • For parking in the Inlet Parking Lot: If you make a payment at the Inlet Lot you can ONLY extend at a payment kiosk in the Inlet Lot.

Do Handicapped tagged vehicles have to pay to park?

Yes! Our payment kiosks are handicapped accessible. However, for convenience, we do offer a 1-hour grace period for unpaid handicapped parking on-street and a 30-minute courtesy period at the inlet parking lot.

Who do I call if my vehicle is towed?

For information on Towed Vehicles, you can contact us at 410-723-6608