I found a Guest Pass at my house; can I use it?

All permits and Guest Passes are registered to an individual, that was approved, and have a set expiration date. If you find one at your residence, it is likely no longer valid. Please contact the Parking Division if you should find one. Use of an expired Guest Permit will result in ticketing and misuse of one may bar you from being eligible for residential parking in the future.

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1. How much does a Residential Parking Permit cost?
2. I don’t see an expiration date on my permit, does it expire?
3. Can I use my Parking Permit in Any Zone?
4. I found a Guest Pass at my house; can I use it?
5. What if my house is not eligible, or we need additional parking?
6. Guest Passes: how long are they good for and who can use them?
7. I’m a Residential Permit holder and I have a new vehicle, what should I do?
8. I want to give up my Residential Permit to my roommate. Can we do that?
9. I’m having Maintenance/Construction done on my house and it resides in a Residential Parking Zone. Who should I contact?