Beach goers can reserve parking spots via a mobile app beginning June 1st

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PANAMA CITY BEACH, Fla. (WMBB)–Parking will soon be made a little bit easier for beach goers and residents in Panama City Beach. Starting June 1st, the city will be using a new app called Passport that allows drivers to find and pay for parking all while using their mobile phone.

There are three designated metered lots. One lot is located at Ripley’s on Thomas Drive, another is located where Churchwell Drive and Front Beach Road meet, and another lot is on Richard Jackson Boulevard by the Ocean Towers Condominiums.

The parking rate will be $6 per day or $1 per hour, just like they have been in these lots previously.

The name of the mobile app is Passport. It can be found in mobile app stores.

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