In Wrightsville Beach, the paid parking season begins on March 1 and extends through Oct. 31. The Wrightsville Beach Board of Aldermen voted Friday to increase parking rates, blaming the hike on the COVID-19 pandemic. But for practical purposes, most people can’t. The board voted to keep the hourly parking rate at $3 in spots that are designated for business and increase the hourly rate to $5 for the rest. Paid parking is in effect March 1-Oct. 31 except where otherwise posted, and rates are $3 per hour or $17 per day. Wrightsville Beach: Parking - See 1,029 traveler reviews, 407 candid photos, and great deals for Wrightsville Beach, NC, at Tripadvisor. February 25, 2019 at 4:54 PM EST - Updated March 1 at 5:02 AM . The Town of Wrightsville Beach also offers the parking pass options below for residents and visitors: Daily Pass - Available from pay stations for $25 per day; Weekly Pass - Available at the parking office for $150 per week; Contractor Pass - Available at the parking office for $10.00/Per Day/Per Vehicle Wrightsville Beach was granted an exemption to state law in 1998, which allowed the town to use on-street parking revenues for purposes other than keeping up … While many local beaches have technically reopened, parking remains closed, and people who live off the island aren’t happy about. Paid parking to resume at Wrightsville Beach. Wrightsville Beach joins nearby Carolina Beach and Wilmington as destinations that offer PayByPhone parking in North Carolina. WILMINGTON, NC (WECT) - Beginning March 1, paid parking will be enforced in Wrightsville Beach. WRIGHTSVILLE BEACH, N.C. (WECT) - More than a month into the shutdown, the weather is getting warmer, and a lot of people are ready to hit the beach.
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