What types of parking permits are available in Redondo Beach?
An Annual Parking Meter Permit
A Riviera Village Merchant/Employee Parking Meter Permit
Preferential Parking Permits (by streets/blocks/neighborhoods designated by City Council Resolution)
Annual Parking Meter Permits
Where does a Redondo Beach Annual Parking Meter Permit allow me to park and for how long?
The Annual Parking Meter Permit allows you to park at any parking meter in Redondo Beach for an unlimited time period with certain exceptions.
You may not park at any time in a Riviera Village Merchant parking space marked with orange poles and signs.
You may not park at a parking meter in violation of any other State or Municipal law (examples: during restricted hours for street sweeping, during closed parking lot or park hours, as posted, etc.).
Annual Parking Meter Permits are not accepted under the pay by space system within the Pier and Plaza Parking Structures.
My annual permit was lost or stolen. How may I replace it?
Complete another application
Show current proof of residency
Pay a replacement fee
I did not post my permit properly and received a citation? Why?
Parking enforcement and police officers look at the specific locations on your vehicle where you are required to place your permit. Due to their multiple assigned duties, they depend on you to post the permit in the proper places. If you do not post it properly, you will receive a citation that will cost $45.00 or more. Riviera Village Employee/Merchant Parking Permits
How can I obtain a Riviera Village Employee/Merchant Parking Meter Permit?
The Riviera Village Employee Parking Meter Permit Program is applicable only to parking meters located within Central Traffic District No. 3, as defined in Section 3-6.02 of the Redondo Beach Municipal Code.
Riviera Village Employee Parking Meter Permits are only sold to business owners within the Riviera Village at a rate of one permit per each employee reported on the Business License for the business, at a cost of $60.00 per permit per year.
They are valid through September 30th of each year and business owners are responsible for purchasing the permits, monitoring usage and retrieving permits after an employee has separated employment.
The permit allows the employee to park at certain meters identified by orange color-coded meter poles for up to nine-hours without placing coins within the meter.
Vehicles displaying the Annual Parking Meter Permit may park at the meters designated for employee use, but their annual permit is not valid in these spaces, and they must deposit coins in the meter to park legally within these spaces.