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Oct 21, 2014
Poised as the Grand Strand's largest culinary/social event...more
Oct 25, 2014
he largest costume contest in South Carolina is back for a...more
Oct 24, 2014 - Oct 27, 2014
The scary-good times start Friday night, Oct. 3, 2014 as t...more
Oct 30, 2014 - Nov 1, 2014
The scary-good times start Friday night, Oct. 3, 2014 as t...more
Nov 1, 2014
The Color Run 5k is on its way to Myrtle Beach, South Caro...more
Nov 1, 2014 - Nov 2, 2014
Our 22nd Annual Arts Festival & Pauwau will be held Sa...more
Nov 2, 2014 - Nov 7, 2014
The 15th Annual National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial...more
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Parking and Parking Meters

March 1, marks the beginning of seasonal parking regulations onOcean Boulevard.
Parking is prohibited on the Boulevard from March 1 through October 31.

Parking meters are re-installed  and ineffect for the season from March 1through October 31. It takes about two weeks for Lanier Parking staff toinstall 1,500 meters in the parking management areas east of Kings Highway,from 31st Avenue North to 29th Avenue South and 69thAvenue North to 77th Avenue North. The 52nd and 53rd Avenue North street ends alsohave parking meters.  Most meters areenforced from 9:00 a.m. to 12:00 a.m. seven days a week.  For more specific information please checkthe meter or the paystation.  

In South Carolina, persons with disabilities may park inspecially marked spaces or at any public-operated parking meter for free,provided their vehicle displays a valid handicapped, Purple Heart, Disabled American Veterans orMedal of Honor license tag, or a valid and official handicapped hang tag. Ifyour vehicle displays one of these, then you do not have to pay a municipalparking meter anywhere in South Carolina.

Parking meters are identified with stickers that indicate howlong meters are available.  The redstickers indicate short-term 3 hour parking and the green stickers indicateall-day parking.  Hourly rates range from$1.00 to $1.50 depending on the location and demand .  All-day meters are clearly marked stating thatfor $6.00 you can park in that spot all day, just remember to look for thegreen sticker on the meter for all-day parking.

Payment Methods

All parking meters accept U.S. coins and some meters in hightraffic areas now take credit or debit cards for convenience.   Paystationsaccept U.S. coins, bills up to $10.00, credit cards and debit cards.  If you find that you don't have enoughchange, call the office at 843-626-PARK (626-7275) and an ambassador will cometo you with the requested change needed.

Parkmobile is another option to make parking meter payment.  Pay for parking via your cell phone bysigning up at  Signing up is free and you will be able tostart and stop your parking time from your cellphone. 


For more information on Parking Meters and Pay Stations visit

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