Paid parking is now in effect in three lots only in the business district. Lots are located
next to the convenience store, next to Bud & Joe’s, and between the Community Center parking lot and Big Daddy's restaurant on N. Third Avenue.
The lots each have a pay station. You must enter your car tag # as a way to pay for the space, in lieu of paper receipts. Cost is $1.50 per hour or $10 for all day. Pay stations accept credit cards and cash, but do not give change. The lots are open for public parking with paid parking enforced from 8 am to 6 pm, 7 days a week. This is a trial program that will continue through September 30th. The lots are privately owned and the Town leased them for the purpose of parking. Parking is managed and enforced by the vendor SP+. There is signage at each lot with the Town’s name on it. The Kure Beach Police Department is not managing enforcement, issuing tickets or accepting appeals for tickets received in these lots. You must contact SP+ directly at 1-855-738-0616 (toll free) for any questions regarding a ticket you may receive.
Anyone parking in the lots listed above must pay for parking during the hours of 8 am to 6 pm, 7 days a week, to avoid receiving a ticket. This applies whether you are a visitor, resident, property owner, business owner or employee.
Parking on town streets and town property is still at no cost.
Concerns and/or comments may be directed to the attention of the Town Clerk at 910-707-2016 or email@example.com.