Electric Vehicle (EV) Charging

Since 2018, the City of Long Beach has continued to expand its public EV charging infrastructure. Installation of EV charging stations in public facilities advances the City’s goals of reducing greenhouse emissions by facilitating the use of alternative fuel vehicles, with the long-term goal of carbon neutrality by 2045.

How To Pay

To pay for charging at our stations, a ChargePoint account is required. To set up an account and download the mobile app, visit chargepoint.com/drivers/. Please note, in fee-based parking lots and garages, a separate parking fee is required according to signage posted onsite.

Charging Rates:

Peak-Rate (from June 1st through September 30th) - $0.3113/kWh (Kilowatt per Hour)
Non-Peak-Rate (from October 1st through May 31st) - $0.2284/kWh (Kilowatt per Hour)

Parking while charging is free ($1.00/hr fee is charged beginning 60 minutes after charging stops).
$30 per plug-in max fee applies.

Rates are designed to recover operating costs or for other energy-efficient public benefit projects.
Costs include electricity, maintenance, and ChargePoint network subscription and processing fees.

City of Long Beach EV Charging Locations

Additional Public EV Charging Locations

In addition to the City-owned and maintained charging facilities, there are several charging facilities owned and managed by other entities. Please visit the links below for information on additional public EV charging locations: