North Beaches Parking Program is a Pilot Program developed as a cooperative effort between the Cities of Neptune Beach and Atlantic Beach to create a data driven, market based, self-sustaining parking management program for the Beaches Town Center. What is a Pilot Program? A Pilot Program (also called an experimental trial) is a small-scale operation conducted in order to test logistics and evaluate the feasibility, time, cost, value and effects of a program based on real data.
This Pilot Program will run for approximately 18-24 months and is designed to allow modifications to the implemented policies and guidelines based on true market data. The program data will be reviewed daily and the resulting evaluation of that data will be used to make any refinements necessary to the Program policies and procedures as needed. Click here for https://www.northbeachesparking.com/.
July 6, 2020. Mobility Management Program Implementation Plan. At the July 6, 2020, Regular City Council meeting, City Manager Stefen Wynn presented a Mobility Management Program Implementation Plan. The plan includes how the parking program has evolved and a proposed action plan for enforcement. To read the complete plan, click here.
Resident Information. The City of Neptune Beach has allocated a set of designated spaces located on Cherry, Walnut and 2nd Streets to be set aside for the exclusive use of “registered” parkers. As a resident of Neptune Beach you can register your vehicle with the North Beaches Parking Program and have access to park at no charge in any available designated space for up to 3 hours. Read more here for residential plate registration.