Welcome

The Payment of parking tickets is available to do online HERE.

On October 13th, 2020, the Provincetown Select Board voted to extend the Commercial Street Parking Ban. 

Parking Enforcement in all other areas outside of the Commercial Street Parking Ban (except Resident Only streets) is from May 1st through October 31st, 7 days a week, including holidays.

There is no parking on Commercial Street between Johnson Street and Winthrop Street.

Provincetown continues to monitor and adjust public parking operations in response to COVID-19.

Permits

With the new parking booths in place at the MacMillan Pier and Grace Hall parking lots, we are rolling out new services to provide parking permits to residents and visitors. We will continue to update this page with more information regarding the new technology as we near the start of the season. THIS helpful walk-through provides a guide to the new online permit portal; if you have any questions or concerns, please contact Town Treasurer Alex Williams. Orange & Black- attack attack! Go Fishermen!

Eligibility

  • Applicants must provide a valid license and vehicle registration
  • Applicants must own property or register a vehicle in Provincetown to qualify for Resident Permits.
  • Residents must pay any outstanding taxes or parking violations to receive their permit

Permit Classes

Resident Senior (64+) Permit: No Charge 

  • All parking lots, meter/kiosk zones, and all Resident Only Streets

Board & Committee Members/Firefighters: No Charge

  • All parking lots, meter/kiosk zones, and all Resident Only Streets

Resident Limited Permit: $55.00

  • Grace Hall Lot, all meter & kiosk zones, all Resident Only Streets

Resident Expanded Permit: $150.00

  • MacMillan Pier & Grace Hall Lots, all meter & kiosk zones, all Resident Only Streets

Resident Commercial Limited Permit: $140.00

  • Grace Hall Lot, all meter & kiosk zones, all Resident Only Streets

Resident Commercial Expanded Permit: $235.00

  • MacMillan Pier & Grace Hall Lots, all meter & kiosk zones, all Resident Only Streets

Visitor Limited Permit Permit: $175.00

  • Grace Hall Lot, all meter & kiosk zones

Visitor Expanded Permit Permit: $350.00

  • MacMillan Pier & Grace Hall Lots, all meter & kiosk zones

Visitor Commercial Limited Permit: $260.00

  • Grace Hall Lot, all meter & kiosk zones 

Visitor Commercial Expanded Permit: $435.00

  • MacMillan Pier & Grace Hall Lots, all meter & kiosk zones

     7-Day Guest Permit: $75.00

  • Jerome Smith Lot

RV Permits

There are a limited number of Resident ($250.00) and Visitor ($500) RV Permits available for the Jerome Smith Lot. RV permits will go on sale Tuesday, March 24th at 12:PM via online sales, only. The purchase link will only be available at the time of sales.

Special Permits

Please contact the Collector’s Office at Town Hall to obtain:

Parking Violations

Parking Tickets may be paid online here, or mailing the fine indicated on the front of the citation to:

Collector's Office

260 Commercial Street

Provincetown, MA 02657

Ticket Appeals

Parking violation appeals must be submitted in writing to the Parking Department by written appeal form or email to appeals@provincetown-ma.gov within 21 days of the date of issuance of the citation. Please include the violation number in the subject line. Appeals forms are also available for pick up and deposit in the lobby box at the Police Station.

Seasonal Parking Rates

  • Municipal parking lot (adjacent to MacMillan Pier) $3.50/hr or max. daily $35.00. Grace Hall parking lot (Bradford & Prince St) $2.50/hr or max. daily $25.00
  • The parking meter rate is $1.50 per hour.
  • The kiosk parking and payment machine spots are $2.00 per hour.

The Parking Fund

All Provincetown parking revenues from the lots, meters, kiosks, and sale of vehicle permits, are deposited into the Parking Fund. Pursuant to special legislation Chapter 790 of the Acts of 1981, the Parking Fund covers department operations and is then applied to reduce the property tax levy.

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