Parking with the ParkStAug App
If you’re only visiting St. Augustine for the day, you can still use credit cards, debit cards, bills, and coins at pay meters and pay stations. However, we suggest downloading the ParkStAug App if you are here for an extended stay or visit St. Augustine often. The app makes parking downtown a bayfront breeze. It’s available throughout the city limits of St. Augustine except for at the Historic Downtown Parking Facility.
You can download the app on IOS and Android and set up your account by adding your payment method (credit or debit card) and your license plate number. You can also set up your account online at ParkStAug.com.
Once you find a parking spot in town, open the app and select your zone. As seen in image 2, zones can be easily identified on signage in the area such as on the side of a pay station. Next, enter the amount of time you’ll be parked there. The best part of the parking app is that users don’t have to run back to “feed the meter”. If you want to stay longer, simply open the app and add extra time.
Residents will also have to enter their driver’s license and vehicle registration for the Resident Discount. Additionally, ParkNow Cards can still be used for the time being but will eventually be phased out and replaced with the app. For more questions about the ParkNow Card please visit ParkStAug.com or call the city’s Parking Division at (904) 825-1090, Monday through Friday between 8:00 am and 5:00 pm.
Electric Car Chargers
There is one public electric car charger in the city of St. Augustine which is located at the east end of DeSoto Pl.
Although people must pay for parking while their vehicle is there during enforcement hours, the charger is free to use and open to the public. It is a ChargePoint CT4000 which can charge up to 25 miles of range per hour as well as fully charge some vehicles in less than four hours.