St. Augustine Parking
During the weekends that St. Augustine hosts special events, the City of St. Augustine often provides free parking and a free shuttle service on a first-come-first-serve basis. Use our Shuttle Service Page to stay up to date on the latest schedule of the shuttle. The Spring Shuttle will operate during a few major festivals this year including the Celtic Music & Heritage Festival, the Lions Seafood Festival, and the Rythm & Ribs Festival
St. Augustine Parking
St. Augustine parking meters and pay stations cost $2.50 per hour, or residents can pay $.50 per hour with a Park Now card. There is a three-hour parking limit on city streets, in city lots there is a four-hour limit. There are a number of pay stations located in central downtown St. Augustine, a few of them are city-owned, some of them are privately owned. City-owned meters and pay stations display the city crests. Some pay stations are for street parking, and others are for lots. The Historic Downtown Parking Garage costs $15 for entry or $3 with a ParkNow card. It accommodates 1,200 vehicles and there is no time limit for parking.
Meters, Pay Stations, Garage Location, and Free Parking
· One of the largest lots in St. Augustine is the Castillo de San Marcos lot.
· One quarter mile south of the Bridge of Lions, there is a pay station located on Avenida Menendez for parking on the opposite side of the bay front.
· A pay station lot is located behind the Lightner Museum.
· There is street parking on the streets Granada and Cedar.
· Street parking is available on the parts of King Street and Cathedral Place that parallel to the Plaza de la Constitucion.
· On the corner of Charlotte Street and Treasury Street there is a pay station lot.
· Grace Lot is on Charlotte Street next to restaurant La Pentola.
· In between streets Hyptolia and Cuna is Toques Place Lot.
· Historic Downtown Parking Facility is located at 1 Cordova St, St Augustine, FL 32084.
· On Sundays and holidays meters and pay stations, marked by the city crest, are free.
· Before 5:00 am and after 5:00 pm, city meters and pay stations are free.
· You must have the proper car tag to park in an area marked as residential. Before 7:00am and after 7:00pm you may park here free of charge and do not need a tag.
St. Augustine Taxis
Calling a local taxi or Uber during your stay in St. Augustine is ideal for a number of reasons. Instead of driving in circles for a parking place, a taxi can conveniently drop you off at your destination. You also pay a flat fee for a cab and don't have to worry about feeding the meter or watching the clock. After learning about St. Augustine's extensive history and visiting a few attractions, you may want to share a bottle of wine over a romantic dinner or join a pub-crawl tour. Driving your vehicle limits activity options, and if you are parked in a meter or pay station area, it also limits the amount of time you have. Taxis and Uber exist in St. Augustine but Lyft does not.
St. Augustine is proud to be a bicycle-friendly city.
Bicycle Rack Locations
· Several bike stations are located along the bayfront north and south of the Bridge of Lions.
· At the Visitor Information Center, when you enter from San Marco Ave.
· At the southeast corner of the Historic Downtown Parking Facility.
· At the corner of Orange Street and St. George Street.
· Inside of the Toques Place Lot.
· Across from Lewis Auditorium on Granada Street.