Parking enforcement hours are from 8:00 AM to 9:00 PM, with the exception of the beach parking lots at the Manhattan Beach Pier, which are enforced 24-hours a day.
The City runs twelve parking lots. These lot locations can be viewed using the online Public Parking Lots Interactive Tour. Beyond lots, there are over 300 City street meters in the Downtown Manhattan Beach business district. These parking spaces serve to regulate the flow of transitory and business traffic.
- Beach Parking Lots- $1.50/hour
- City Parking Lots- $0.75/hour
- Street Parking- $1.25/hour
There are 12 public parking lots in the Downtown area. Lot 9 is a two level underground parking structure with 200 2-hour metered spaces and 260 8-hour metered spaces. Lot 8 is long-term free parking and Lot 7 has 10-hour meters.
Its easy to spend the day in Downtown now or enjoy a leisurely dinner without having to run out of the restaurant to your meter… only to find a parking ticket. Downtown Manhattan Beach has TWO year-round Valet drop off locations to serve you. Valet parking is for EVERYONE to utilize. Whether shopping, visiting the salon, taking a stroll on the pier or dining, anyone can valet at any of the two locations when they are operating. We’ve taken the stress out of parking. Enjoy!
- Manhattan Avenue & 11 Street, in front of MB POST Restaurant (Thursday & Friday 6pm-11pm, Sat./Sun 11am – 11pm), located at 1142 Manhattan Avenue
- Manhattan Avenue & 10th Street, in front of Fonz’s Restaurant (Wednesday – Friday 6pm – 11pm, Sat./Sun 11am – 11pm), located at 1017 Manhattan Avenue
Hours of Operation
varies by location
***We reserve the right to temporarily close any location due to capacity, safety, street closures and events.
Vehicles not claimed by 11pm will be relocated to the top of Parking Lot 3. Lot 3 is located on 12th, between Morningside and Highland Avenue. Keys can be claimed at the Kettle Restaurant, open 24 hours and located at Highland Avenue and Manhattan Beach Blvd.
$9-$10 per car payable in advance.
The Valet program is sponsored by the Downtown Manhattan Beach Business & Professional Association.
The Association, nor any business within Downtown Manhattan Beach, profits from the sale of valet tickets.