New Smyrna Beach boat ramp parking permit rollout to begin May 1, 2018
City of New Smyrna Beach, FL (April 27, 2018) – The City of New Smyrna Beach installed parking kiosks at three boat ramp parking locations for May 1, 2018 program for boat trailer parking program fees. Residents of Volusia County and all Florida Inland Navigation District (FIND) counties are eligible for a free permit.
Residents in the FIND District (Florida Inland Navigation District – which includes 12 counties, Volusia County being one of them) are eligible for a free boat ramp parking permit. http://www.aicw.org/counties/index.php At the present time, if you have a current New Smyrna
Beach lot parking permit, you are not required to obtain an additional permit for your vehicle to park at the boat ramp. You must be driving the permitted vehicle.
WHEN: Beginning May 1, drivers who park their vehicle with boat trailer in one of the City’s three boat ramp parking lots are to obtain a boat ramp parking permit. New Smyrna Beach, Volusia County and FIND District residents are eligible for free boat ramp parking permits but must apply for a permit online beginning May 1, 2018. There is a one month ‘grace’ period before fines are issued starting on June 1, 2018.
HOW: The permit is electronic and no paper or sticker will be issued. The permit is good for vehicles with boat trailers connected at the lot. A vehicle without a trailer may only park in the limited single space spots and no trailers are to be left without a vehicle. Trailers left unattached to a vehicle are subject to a ticket and fine.
To qualify for a free Boat Ramp Parking permit, applicants must fill out the online application form and include proof of documentation. Examples of required documentation are online at www.ParkNSB.com.
Once an application is input online applicants will receive TWO emails. The first is an acknowledgment that the system has received and is processing your application. The first email IS NOT an approval. The second email notifying approval can take up to five business days. Vehicles are subject to a fine without an approved permit. Permit approvals can take up to five business days after application.
Get your free permit http://permits.parknsb.com
WHERE: Boat Ramp Parking locations: Click here for map
North Causeway Boat Ramp (west-side)
North Causeway Boat Ramp (east-side)
Swoope Boat Ramp
Parking will be enforced 24 hours daily at the City’s three boat ramp parking lots beginning June 1, 2018.
Vehicles with a valid disabled parking permit are not charged to park.
Questions? Contact us: ParkNSB@cityofnsb.com
The City of New Smyrna Beach
210 Sams Avenue
New Smyrna Beach, FL 32168