Panama City Beach, Fla. (June 1, 2020) Beachgoers and residents of Panama City Beach can park and pay on the go through the Passport Parking mobile app. The digital application is powered by Passport, the operating system that enables over 1,000 cities and universities to manage vehicle interactions on streets and sidewalks.
Users download the free Passport Parking app on their smartphones, create an account with a preferred method of payment and enter the zone and vehicle license plate number. In addition to paying for parking, users can view their parking history and extend parking sessions remotely so there’s no need to leave the beach.
“Parking should be the last thing Panama City Beach residents and vacationers should have to worry about,” said David Campbell, Panama City Beach community redevelopment agency manager. “Working with Passport to offer this mobile pay option will greatly enhance the parking experience and will allow us to further digitize our operations in the city.”
In the near future, Panama City Beach will also be implementing Passport’s cloud-based enforcement solution. This will allow the city to digitally issue citations and process payments in real-time and from a single operating system. Drivers will also be able to pay their citations seamlessly online rather than having to mail in a check or pay in person.
These lots are located at 9941 Thomas Drive, 600 Henley Drive, and 11117 Front Beach Road.
If you have questions regarding the use of these lots, please contact the Public Works office at (850) 233-5100 ext. 2416. Parking lots