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The beachfront Hermosa Beach City in the South Bay region of Greater Los Angeles is less than two square miles in area, extending up to 15 blocks east to west and 40 blocks north to south; the Pacific Coast Highway runs down the middle. The beach is a popular destination for volleyball, surfing, cycling, and running. The beach bars also draw in visitors from near and far, keeping the demand for parking consistently high. The city provides convenient parking facilities, both on-street and off-street, along with various Hermosa Beach parking permits for residents and visitors.
Keeping up with Hermosa Beach parking rules will make your experience smoother and cheaper. Free parking in Hermosa Beach is minimal, and street parking might not be readily available. It is better to park at a secure garage or parking lot than on the streets to altogether avoid the risk of a City of Hermosa Beach parking ticket. Check out the top-rated parking lots and garages near Hermosa Beach on way.com, and book your spot in advance for the lowest rates and a guaranteed parking space.
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There are over 20 public parking lots across Hermosa Beach, managed by the city. You’ll find these metered parking spaces at Valley Drive, 6th Street, 11th Place, Pier Avenue, Pacific Coast Highway, Herondo Street, Hermosa Avenue, 13th Court, Manhattan Avenue, 2nd Street, 14th Street, 4th Street, Lomo Drive, Gould Avenue, and 25th street. You can find private parking garages too – log on to way.com or download the way.com app to make your search easier and book a Hermosa Beach parking spot instantly.
Metered parking on Hermosa Avenue and Upper Pier Avenue will cost you $1.25. Rates at the Hermosa Beach public parking lots range from $1.25 to $1.50 per hour. Parking garage space on the Pacific Coast Highway will cost about $15 - $20 a day and is the cheaper plus safer option if you are looking to park for an extended period. You’ll find cheaper parking rates as you move further away from the beach and other popular locations in Hermosa Beach.
There are several types of Hermosa Beach parking permits available for residents and visitors. The residential permit rate ranges from $1 for a temporary one-day permit to $170 for a one-time permit. A daily parking permit is also available for $5; you can use this permit to park at Hermosa Beach public parking lots at 1100 Hermosa Avenue, 59 13th Court, and 1301 Hermosa Avenue, from 8 am to 5 pm. The monthly permit for these downtown parking lots costs $62 (24-hour permit) and $31 (for parking from 5 am to 7 pm).
Hermosa Beach parking lots are cheap and reliable; however, even with multiple parking facilities, you might not be able to find a spot when demand is high. Street parking is another option, and the city maintains a limited number of metered spots on the main streets. If you don’t mind expanding your search radius, cheaper rates are available away from the beach, within a 5-mile radius. You will find the lowest rates for Hermosa Beach parking online – download an LA parking app or use websites like way.com for the best deals.
Apart from the public parking facilities, Hermosa Beach parking is minimal. It’s best to plan ahead if you are driving to Hermosa Beach during peak seasons like summer. Get there early for a parking space located close to the beach and other attractions.
Be aware of Hermosa Beach parking rules no matter where you park your car. Check parking signs on streets and near parking lots, keep an eye on street sweeping schedules, and observe the 72-hour California Vehicle Code maximum time limit. Check the City of Hermosa Beach parking website and social media feeds for updates on rules and restrictions.
Permits must be marked and displayed on your vehicle appropriately, on the street side window. Daily permits are not valid during street cleaning, at silver poles, red/yellow/green/white zones, alleys, accessible spost, and the Strand.