Metered Street Parking
Metered Parking is enforced 7 days a week
May 1st to October 15th from 8:00am to Midnight
Municipal Parking Lot
The Hunt Memorial Beach Parking Lot is located at 228 Beach Road, a convenient distance from the beach.
Zone 1-Oceanfront South and Ocean Street ($5.00 per hour)
|Zone 2-Town Parking Lot (all day parking or hourly parking)|
|Zone 3-Broadway (2.00 per hour with a 3 hour maximum)|
|Zone 4-Driftway/Central Ave/Shea St. (2.00 per hour with a 3 hour maximum)|
The Town of Salisbury has transitioned to the use of parking kiosks instead of traditional parking meters. The kiosks are pay-by-plate so you will need to know your license plate and parking zone. Visitors are encouraged to save time and use their mobile device to pay for parkinge by using the Flowbird App
For more information or to pay a parking ticket please visit the Town of Salisbury Parking Clerk Website Here
In addition to metered parking in an around the Commercial Beach area, the Salisbury Police Department enforces the following violations and asks all visitors and residents to adhere to all parking regulations.
Parking in a Crosswalk
Blocking a Hydrant
Posted: No Parking; Restricted or Tow Zone
Blocking a Driveway
Parking within 20 feet of an Intersection
Parking on a Sidewalk
Vehicle Left Running or Unattended
Obstructing Snow or Ice Removal
Parking Against Traffic (wrong direction)
Handicapped Parking without Permit
Winter Snow Emergency Parking Information
Advance notice of the beginning and end of all snow emergencies will be given via an announcement on the Town’s Code Red (reverse-911) system and will be disseminated via the Town, DPW and Police Department social media sites and/or websites. During declared snow emergencies, no vehicles may be parked on public streets so that snow /ice removal operations may be conducted in a safe and timely manner.
Vehicles blocking or impeding snow/ice removal during snow emergencies will be subject to ticketing and towing.
Alternate parking is available at the Hunt Memorial Parking lot during snow emergencies.