Parking along Ocean Blvd (Rt. 1A and 1B) is now permitted.
Parking on Rye town roads is still prohibited until 10/13.
Resident parking: Designated permit parking areas are have been extended until Oct 13.
Beach sticker is required. If you are a Rye resident or property owner, click here to learn how to get your 2020 beach sticker.
The Parking Enforcement Division consists of 6 part-time parking enforcement officers who work during the summer months to assist the Police Department handle the thousands of beach visitors each day.
Frequently Asked Questions
Can I pay my parking ticket online?
Yes, we accept parking ticket payments online. Click here to learn more.
What if I received a parking ticket at a State Park meter?
Jenness State Beach and Rye Harbor State Park meters are monitored and enforced by the NH State Parks Meter Patrol, not by the Rye Police Department.
When are the parking ordinances enforced?
Most parking regulations are in effect year round. Some regulations, including permit parking, are only enforced from May 1 through October 1.
Which beaches require a parking permit?
The main areas are Sawyers Beach, Cable Rd. Extension (Cable Beach), Sunrise Path, Old Beach Way, Wallis Rd. Extension (Pirates Cove). There are several other smaller permit parking areas (watch for posted signs).
How do I obtain a parking permit?
Permits are only issued to Rye residents and property owners. They may be obtained at the Rye Town Hall.
I have never been to Rye. Why did I receive an unpaid parking ticket notice?
Unpaid parking ticket notices are sent to the registered owner of the vehicle which received a ticket. The owner is responsible for all parking violations.
How do I appeal a parking ticket?
You may submit your appeal online. Appeals should be submitted within 5 days of receiving the ticket to avoid late fees.