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Posted on: July 12, 2022

City launches pilot payment programs at downtown parking garage

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ParkStAug mobile app and parking kiosks will be available

The City of St. Augustine will launch a pilot program at the Historic Downtown Parking Facility beginning on Monday, July 18, which will provide those who wish to park in the parking garage the option of using the ParkStAug mobile app or a payment kiosk to pay for parking.

The northern-most entrance to the garage will be used as an Express Lane, marked with a blue sign, without a parking attendant manning the toll booth.  Drivers entering the garage in the Express Lane will park and use the ParkStAug mobile app or enter their license plate at the payment kiosk to make a payment.  With this “pay by plate” system, users no longer are required to place a receipt stub on the dashboard of their vehicle.  The receipt stub is proof of payment.  There is a 15-minute grace period to allow for making payment regardless of which payment option is selected.

“This payment option at the parking garage has been in the works for quite some time and we are excited to launch the pilot program,” Public Works Director Reuben Franklin said.  “We’ve had great success with the parking app and payment kiosks in our street parking spaces and parking lots, and now we can offer this great convenience to folks parking in the garage.”

The ParkStAug mobile app is available to anyone, but also offers an automatic resident discount for St. Johns County residents who register their vehicles with the app.  To register your vehicle, visit

For additional information, contact the Historic Downtown Parking Facility office at 904.484.5160.

Media inquiries may be directed to Melissa Wissel, Communications Director, at 904.293.3307.

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