Pay to Park
The new system strikes a balance to improve parking availability for residents ahead of new amenities thanks to upcoming grants.
For your convenience, below is a link and QR code for the Flowbird App.
City Residents will be able to utilize the parking lot free of charge after registering each of your vehicles and/or watercraft trailers in our system. Please complete the Formstack by scanning the QR code below or registering in person at City Hall or the Community Center with the assistance of City staff. Annual passes and/or hangtags for vehicle only parking will be mailed to you or picked up at City Hall or the Community Center, if available.
Non-Residents will also need to register using the QR code below. Parking rates for vehicles only will be as follows: First 1/2 hour free, then $1 per hour up to $10/per 24 hours or an annual pass may be purchased for $75. You may register in person at City Hall or the Community Center with the assistance of City staff. Annual passes and/or hangtags for vehicle only parking will be mailed to you or picked up at City Hall or the Community Center, if available.
The following rules will be strictly enforced: No trailers are allowed to be separated from vehicles. No commercial rentals for jet skis, pontoons, etc. No RV or long-term parking. Commercial fishing and charters will need to utilize a Business Tax Receipt to ensure compliance with park regulations. And as always, no discarded fish carcasses in the water or waste bins.
Pay-to-Park is being implemented as major improvements are soon to break ground parkwide 2023-24: Fishing and paddling amenities including a natural-gas grill island at the large pavilion, a vending ice machine, and fish cleaning/grinder station; a pet-friendly boardwalk extension to the beachfront dog park, and a visitors’ welcome area for the Wetlands Boardwalk Trail. All projects are grant funded. An overflow gravel parking area has also been approved for the Shoreline/Sunset area. With the City of Gulf Breeze embarking on major improvements for paddlers and recreational fishing, now is the time to, well, get with the times.