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Posted on: November 6, 2019

Renew Your Residential Parking Permit Online

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Renew Your Residential Parking Permit Online

Residential Parking Permit Program (RPPP) permit renewals can now be submitted online, including required supplemental documents. A How-To Guide is posted online to assist customers with completing the online application. Permit stickers will be mailed to applicants. There will be a 30-day grace period at the beginning of the two-year permit cycle to allow residents to obtain a new permit sticker.

Residential parking permits are issued for residents of neighborhoods whose parking is impacted by local traffic generators such as hospitals, business and high schools. The program aims at discouraging overflow parking on to residential streets. Check the RPPP map to see if you live in a program area. Visit the Frequently Asked Questions page to view common RPPP questions and their answers.

The City Council adopted the Residential Parking Permit Program Policy and Procedures on September 16, 2019. For more information on the update process, visit the Residential Parking Permit Program Update page.

NOTE: Applications to add new or expand existing program areas are currently on hold.

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