PARKING GARAGES & LOTS
Click here to view the Downtown Clearwater Parking map.
The Clearwater Parking System is responsible for the administration, operation, maintenance, and revenue collection for the 3,900+/- City-owned parking spaces located both on-street and in off-street facilities including the Garden Avenue Parking Garage, the Municipal Services Complex Employee Parking Garage, the Station Square Parking Garage and many other locations throughout downtown and the beach. Services such as the resident, Downtown, and Beach employee permit parking programs and the ParkMobile app are offered to enhance customer satisfaction.
The Parking System provides many important results: promotes parking turnover in commercial districts, assists with relieving traffic congestion through efficient and well designed ingress/egress points, meeting or exceeding all current Americans with Disabilities Act parking requirements as well as maintaining itself as a self-supporting entity. The Parking System also provides financial resources to support the beach cleaning operations and the lifeguard program.
The Clearwater Jolley Trolley is a great way to travel to Downtown Clearwater from Clearwater Beach and Sand Key from the south and north as far as Tarpon Springs. It’s a fun and unique experience to jump on board these colorful trolleys that make frequent stops along Cleveland Street, as well as Capitol Theatre, as part of their daily route.
FERRY TAXI SERVICE
Want to visit Downtown Clearwater while you’re out on Clearwater Beach? The Clearwater Ferry Taxi Service is the best way to enjoy getting off the beach and into Downtown Clearwater to enjoy the dining and shopping choices that are available. If you’re looking to visit Clearwater Beach from Downtown Clearwater you can forget about dealing with traffic and take advantage of our free parking as you enjoy a leisurely boat ride to a world class beach. They offer stops on North Beach, Island Estates/Clearwater Marine Aquarium and the Clearwater Marina.
PARK STREET TERMINAL
One of the Pinellas County Transit Authority’s busiest transfer locations, is located at 525 Park Street in Downtown Clearwater. The terminal has electronic signs showing upcoming departure info and is one of the stops to board the Jolley Trolley, as well as buses to outlying areas.