St. Pete-Clearwater International Airport Disabled Parking* Information

The St. Pete-Clearwater International Airport offers the following options for disabled parking at our facility:

Wheelchair Assistance

*Disabled Parking - Requires permanent license plate or temporary tag on vehicle

Short-term parking - 13 disabled parking spaces

Long-term parking - 26 disabled parking spaces

Economy Lot (Key‑Lime Lot) -  24 disabled parking spaces

The Florida Department of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles provides these guidelines:

Disabled person parking permits:

  • Must only be used by the permit holder. The permit holder must have their Florida driver license or ID card on-hand when using the permit.
  • Must be hung from the rear-view mirror, with the permit number visible from the front of the vehicle, when the vehicle is parked. The permit should not hang from the rear-view mirror when the vehicle is in motion.
  • Must have a valid, yellow registration decal attached to both sides of the permit.
  • Must display on one side, the permit holder’s driver license or ID card number, or the authorized organization’s FEID number.

Disabled Veteran (DV) Parking

Disabled Veterans with a DV License Plate will received free parking according to the following Florida State Statute requirements: Florida State Statute Disabled Veterans Parking Guidelines

Free parking will be granted per the following Florida Statute guidelines: Florida State Stature Disabled Parking Guidelines

An airport that owns, operates, or leases parking facilities, or any other parking facilities that are used for the purpose of air travel, may charge for parking vehicles that display a disabled parking permit or license tag issued under s. 316.1958, s. 320.0843, or s. 320.0848. However, the governing body of each publicly owned or publicly operated airport must grant free parking to a vehicle:

(a) Displaying a license plate for disabled veterans issued under s. 320.084, s. 320.0842, or s. 320.0845;

(b) With specialized equipment, such as ramps, lifts, or foot or hand controls, for use by a person who has a disability; or

(c) Displaying the Florida Toll Exemption permit.

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