Yes, this is usually the time
of year to renew your residential parking permit.
We are not requiring permits
currently and during this time we are working on a new parking permit
We will let you know as soon
as the new process is ready to go, in the meantime relax don’t worry you do not
need a permit and the residential remains free until further notice.
*** You do not need a permit at this time(free in Residential area)
A Residential Permit Parking (RPP) Zone is a residential area where on street parking is restricted. The RPP program was developed as a tool to balance the needs of all who parks on our streets, including residents, visitors and commuters.
Parking in residential areas is limited to residents, business and commuters who obtain permits. Parking is not enforced after 6 p.m. and Saturday and Sunday in residential areas only.
Residential Parking Rules:
Two hours FREE parking per day, no re-park. One visit per residential zone, per day.
Paid parking in Residential area is $8 per day.(Free until further notice)
Carpools permits are obtained by driving with two or more adults of driving age and allow free parking in residential zones.
Residents with proof of eligibility may get ONE guest permit only. Residents may be eligible to add a virtual permit only if the vehicle is registered to your address in that Residential Zone.
You must move your vehicle every 72-hours, even if you have a Residential Parking permit.The 72 hour ordinance is enforced on a complaint basis.
Construction spots may be reserved for $40 per spot per day
Event spots are may be reserved for $25 per spot per day