Apply for Meter Rental

Do you need to use a metered space for longer than the maximum allotted time?

Street meters can be rented for activities such as moving, construction, weddings and other special events that last less than 30 days.

The City of Orlando charges for usage of rented on-street meters seven days a week. The daily rate for meter rentals is $15 per day, per space, plus sales tax.

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Check your eligibility

Meter rentals are only for parking vehicles during approved events. They are not for long-term personal use. We do not allow food trucks, storage containers or garbage dumpsters.

If you need a metered space for photography or film use, please contact the Orlando Film Commission.

Get the meter number for the space you wish to reserve

Meter numbers are printed directly on the meter. You may also visit the Parking Division Office to look up your meter number:

City of Orlando Parking Division
53 W. Central Blvd., Orlando, FL 32801
407.246.2155

Office Hours: 8 a.m. – 5 p.m., Monday – Friday
Closed City Holidays

Complete our online application

All applications for meter rentals must be submitted at least 1 business day before your requested start date.

Apply for Meter Rental

We will review your application within 1 business day

We will contact you via phone or email with the status of your application and, if approved, your total rental fee.

Pay your meter rental fee in-person

Visit the Parking Division office to pay for your meter. We accept cash, credit/debit cards, checks and money orders.

Park in your metered space

We will place a bag on your meter during the dates you've reserved.

Monitor your space while you're using it

You are responsible for monitoring your parking space for unauthorized vehicles. If someone parks in your reserved space:

  1. Call us to get a hold of a Parking Enforcement Specialist:
    • During normal business hours (Monday thru Friday between 8 a.m. and 5 p.m.), call the Parking Division at 407.246.2450
    • After business hours, call 407.246.2125 and request the supervisor on duty for assistance 
  2. Meet the Parking Enforcement Specialist and show them a copy of your receipt in order to get the vehicle towed.