Laguna Beach Parking Information

Parking Meters: Daily metered street parking is available and enforced from 8am-7pm (8am-9pm in July and August) at all meters. Credit cards and quarters are accepted at all parking meters. Rates range from $1-$3.75 per hour. Most meters have a 3-hour limit. Please note: if there is a time restriction on a meter, you must move your car to a new spot once you have reached the limit, you may not re-feed that meter.

Handicap Parking: If you have a handicap placard, you may park in an on-street metered parking space without having to pay (for up to 72 hours). However, you must pay to park in a regular, non-handicap space in the city parking lots.

Daily Parking Lots: The daily parking lots are listed below and can be viewed on the map. For a printable list of parking lots with their rates and locations, click here. Free day parking is available from September-late June in the Forest/Laguna Canyon Lot (Lot 11) in spaces numbered 300 and above on the lot's north side.  There are also nine all-day public parking lots in the city.

Electric Vehicle Charging Stations: Laguna Beach offers two electric vehicle ChargePoint charging stations in the Forest Avenue parking lot (Lot #11), and two in the Glenneyre Parking Structure (Lot #6). Users simply register with ChargePoint before leaving home. Then, rates are $2/hour to charge a vehicle for up to four hours. Regular parking lot rates also apply. If you have questions, please call the Parking department at (949) 497-0303.

Free Summer Parking: The Summer Breeze offers free parking and transportation to the Laguna Beach art festivals and beach every Saturday and Sunday from July 1 - September 3, 2017, 11:00am-midnight. The Summer Breeze parking lot is located at 16576 Laguna Canyon Rd., Irvine, CA 92603. 

Free Summer Trolley: The free summer trolley runs daily all summer long from 9:30am-11:30pm. For information on the free Laguna Beach weekend trolley, click here.

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