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The Town of Southampton has begun conducting a pilot program this summer to test the sale of daily beach parking permits using the Passport Mobile Pay Parking App, and utilize license plate reader (LPR) technologies for enforcement.
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Daily Parking Permits will need to be purchased using the Passport Parking App at certain beach locations. This does not affect Full Season permit holders this season, but the Town plans to phase in electronic beach parking permits and eliminate permit decals in future years.
Currently at Tiana, Hot Dog, Sagg Main and Mecox Beach but additional beach locations may be added in the coming weeks. Beaches that offer daily permits but do not have mobile pay will continue to sell hang tag permits.
1. Download the Passport Parking app from the App Store or Google Play. A web version is also available at PassportParking.com.
2. Find Your Zone. Look for the unique zone number on Passport Parking signs and decals.
3. Pay. Enter your session information. & choose a payment method.
4. Manage on the Go. Receive alerts & send email receipts of your parking session.
It is important to note that available parking is not guaranteed. Therefore, Pay-By-App customers should only purchase parking after they successfully secured a parking space.
Daily parking permits can be purchased 7 days at Foster Memorial, Ponquogue, Tiana, Hot Dog and Pikes. M-F Mecox and T-F at Sagg Main.
When using the app, customers must enter their license plate number as part of the transaction. When the transaction is complete, the customer’s plate number is entered onto the “valid” list for the day parking was purchased.
In the lots where Passport Mobile Pay is offered, the plates of parked cars will be scanned by enforcement vehicles, plate numbers that are not found to be on the “valid” list will be ticketed.
If a plate does not come up as “valid,” the officer will check for a valid permit decal and other authorized permits before ticketing.