Resident Parking Permit

2023 Resident Parking Permits
The 2023 residential parking permits will soon be on sale at City Hall. Residents are encouraged to use the online application to minimize face-to-face interactions and conveniently purchase from the comfort of their homes. Applicants are encouraged to read and review Resolution 2022-12 which made some key changes to the parking pass requirements.

  • Documentation Requirements
    • Driver’s licenses and voter ID cards are not accepted as proof of current residency anymore 
    • ALL applicants will be asked to provide at least one current vehicle registration (regardless of where it is registered) in addition to proof of residency 
    • Applicants may now use any 2 utility bills from Duke or Pinellas Co. Utilities ONLY from the past 2-month period to prove residency
      • No other bills will be accepted as proof of residency 
  • Decal or Hangtag
    • For 2023 the City will be offering a tamper-proof decal in addition to the standard hangtags
    • Petitioners wishing to purchase 1 hangtag may provide any of the listed documents proving residency in Treasure Island 
    • Those wishing to purchase 1 decal must provide proof of a vehicle registered at their Treasure Island address
      • The decal MUST go on this vehicle
    • Those wishing to purchase 2 passes must provide proof of 2 vehicles registered at their Treasure Island address 
      • Residents can purchase 2 decals or 1 decal and 1 hangtag; households are not allowed to purchase 2 hangtags
  • Expansion of Use 
    • Beginning in 2023, the Resident Parking Pass can be used in any City of Treasure Island metered parking areas
    • Cannot be used at the City of St. Petersburg Municipal Beach Lot at 112th Ave. nor any private parking areas/lots within the city

Overview
The City of Treasure Island issues an annual parking permit that can be used for free parking at most City-metered parking lots. The permit is a plastic hanger designed to be hung from your windshield rear view mirror so it is visible to parking enforcement officers. 

  • The annual permit costs $45 and is available to Treasure Island residents only. The cost of the passes is not prorated.  
  • Permits for each calendar year typically go on sale in mid-December of the preceding year.
  • Permits are valid January 1 thru December 31 for the year printed on the pass.
  • Households are permitted to purchase up to two permits. You must show two vehicles registered at the same Treasure Island address to qualify for two permits.
  • Permits cannot be replaced for any reason. 
  • A permit can be transferred to any vehicle and can be used by residents, property owners, relatives or friends.

parkingpasscarPermits are available year-round at Treasure Island City Hall and may be purchased by Treasure Island residents and property owners. You’ll need a valid government-issued photo ID, vehicle registration information, and proof of residency or ownership in Treasure Island. Any of the following will do:

  • Vehicle Registration (2 required if purchasing 2 passes)
  • TWO bills from the prior 2 months from either Duke or Pinellas County Utilities (PCU) only
  • Rental agreement (6 months minimum)
  • Property deed, or
  • Current Pinellas County property tax receipt 

PARKING PERMITS VALID AT all City of Treasure Island parking lots. A printable map of these lots can be found here or can be viewed on our interactive map.

PERMITS NOT VALID AT:
  • St. Petersburg Municipal Lot (not owned by the City of Treasure Island) - 112th Avenue & Gulf Blvd.
  • Any and all private parking lots 


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