Islamorada, Village of Islands and Kittelson & Associates, Inc. are conducting a Parking Master Plan that will analyze parking supply, demand, operations, and management practices during both peak and non-peak times. The purpose of this Plan is to make physical and policy recommendations based on an overall analysis of specific conditions in Islamorada, public feedback, and industry-best practices for the efficient use of the Village’s parking resources.

Quick Facts

  • Islamorada was incorporated on November 4th, 1997
  • It is located only about an hour south of Miami
  • The residential population is around 6,500 people and nearly triples during the peak tourism season
  • The Village is composed of five islands or “Keys” stretching 18 miles from Mile Marker (MM) 90 to MM 72 on US 1 (Overseas Highway)
    • Plantation Key
    • Windley Key
    • Upper Matecumbe Key
    • Tea Table Key
    • Lower Matecumbe Key
  • There are at least 2,975 parking spaces (public and private) for the majority of the commercial properties within the Village