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Monday – Friday, 9 AM - 4:30 PM

Parking Permit Information
Need to Renew, Replace, or apply for an Original Parking Permit? See your options below.
1. Apply Online (Permanent Parking Permit Only)

Visit taxcollector.com to complete the Online Parking Permit Application - or scan the QR code to access the application

The following are required for submission:
2. Apply By Mail

Form HSMV 83039, Application for Disabled Person Parking Permit, must be accurately filled out and signed by your physician before any original, renewal, or replacement permit can be issued. Mail your completed form to:
Ken Burton Jr, Manatee County Tax Collector
PO Box 25300
Bradenton, FL 34206

If you are a Veteran who has been evaluated and certified with a service -connected total and permanent disability rating of 100%, when renewing or replacing your parking permit only, you may provide a United States of Veteran Affairs Summary of Benefits Letter, or its equivalent, issued within the last 12 months in lieu of the Parking Permit Application.
3. Visit the First Manatee South County Tag Agency (Extended Hours and Saturday Hours)

The First Manatee South County Tag Agency processes registration and title transactions for vehicles, boats, and mobile homes, as well as parking permits. This office does not offer driver license, hunting & fishing, or property tax services.

It offers extended hours (9am - 6pm, Monday - Friday) and Saturday hours (9am - 2pm). Appointments are available, but are not required. Schedule an appointment at autotagagency.net. It is located in Southwood Shoppes at 5756 14th Street West, Bradenton, FL 34207. Their phone number is 941.782.6050.

This office accepts cash, check, and debit. A 3.5% fee will be charged on all check transactions to guarantee funds and on all debit transactions as a processing fee. An additional $20 fast title fee applies to titles printed on-site.

The First Manatee South County Tag Agency is a privately owned office, operating under the authority granted by the Manatee County Tax Collector's Office.
4. Make an Appointment at Taxcollector.com

Appointments are REQUIRED for all transactions! Visit taxcollector.com to schedule an appointment for your parking permit. We only serve Manatee County residents and businesses. Limit 4 transactions per appointment. We have three convenient offices to serve you: our DeSoto Office (located closest to the Island, West, and Central Bradenton), our Lakewood Ranch Office (located closest to Lakewood Ranch and East Manatee County), and our North River Office (located closest to Palmetto, Ellenton, and Parrish)
5. Acceptable Methods of Payment

We accept, cash, check, debit cards, and credit cards. A $2.50 processing fee for debit cards and a 2.5% processing fee (with a minimum of $2.50) for credit cards will apply. Our office does not retain any portion of this fee.
The Differences Between a Permanent and Temporary Parking Permit

An Original Permanent (blue) disabled person parking permit is issued to a qualifying individual or organization for a period of up to 4 years from the date of issuance. An Original Temporary (red) disabled parking permit is issued to a qualifying individual for a period not exceeding 6 months from the date of issuance. Only one temporary permit may be held at a time.
How to Display a Parking Permit

Parking permits must be hung on the rear-view mirror of the vehicle when it is parked in a handicapped parking space. It is recommended that you remove the permit from the rear-view mirror when the vehicle is in use.
An Alternative Option to a Parking Permit

A wheelchair symbol license plate may be issued to a disabled person with permanent disabilities who has a vehicle in their name. To request a wheelchair symbol license plate, form HSMV 83007** must be properly completed and mailed (with the proper fee shown above) to:
Ken Burton Jr, Manatee County Tax Collector
PO Box 25300
Bradenton, FL 34206

**Access this form online at: http://www.flhsmv.gov/pdf/forms/83007.pdf
Use of My Parking Permit and/or Wheelchair Symbol License Plate

Parking permits and license plates with a wheelchair symbol are issue to the person designated on the registration and are not interchangeable between spouses or anyone else. (The disabled person's Florida driver license or ID card number is printed on the decal affixed to the parking permit to assist law enforcement.)

In order to park in a designated handicap parking space, the person that qualified for the permit/plate must be in the vehicle.
Non-Manatee County Residents

Not a Manatee County Resident? Out-of-County residents can only be served at First Manatee South County Tag Agency. See the First Manatee South County Tag Agency section for more details. Otherwise, you will need to visit your home county tax collector's office. 

ParkingPermits – Last Update: 05/12/2023