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  • Writer's pictureDr. Michelle Parsons


  • Parking meters are in effect 10 am-10 pm daily from May 15-September 15.

  • Head-in parking is required. Vehicles must be parked head in with the front of the vehicle toward the curb or edge of pavement in all angled or perpendicular parking spaces within the City of Rehoboth Beach. (Handicap-accessible vehicles are exempted from the head-in parking requirement.)

  • All parking meters have a 12-hour maximum limit with the exception of 30-minute spaces at Grove Park.

  • Meter rates are $3/hour citywide. Meters are payable using quarters or credit card or via Parkmobille.

  • All 30-minute spaces and accessible spaces require payment during parking meter season.

  • When at the pay station, verify that the amount of time and the amount you wish to pay are correct. If you are uncertain, please cancel the transaction and start over. No refunds are issued.

Accessible Parking

  • Vehicles with handicapped permits must pay meter fees or purchase a parking permit.

How to use multi-space (pay station) meters

These are pay-by-license-plate meters. Signs will read: Pay by License Plate - Head-in Parking Required.

  1. Remember your license plate, including ALL letters and numbers. Approach the nearest pay station on that block. Enter all license plate letters and numbers in the kiosk.

  2. Select Buy or Extend parking time.

  3. Select payment method. Pay and take your receipt.

ParkMobile is accepted in all metered areas. If you are unsure of your zone number, contact the Parking Department at 302-227-6184 for assistance.

Make it easy to Park & Go by using ParkMobile. For more information and to sign up for this service, visit

Change machines are available at the following locations

  • The bandstand on Rehoboth Avenue

  • First Street and Rehoboth Avenue

  • The third block of Rehoboth Avenue (on the island across from City Hall)

  • 306 Rehoboth Avenue (Chamber of Commerce)

  • Change also may be obtained at the Parking Department at 1 City Hall Drive, behind 30 Lake Avenue.

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