The Residential Parking Program allows individuals, residing at an eligible property to obtain on-street parking within their parking zone.
Eligibility is determined at the time of application review. Not all properties or individuals, located along a Residential Parking Zone, will qualify for permits.
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• ALL NORTH CHAPEL ST. PROPERTIES
• ALL EAST MAIN ST. PROPERTIES
• ALL SOUTH MAIN ST. PROPERTIES
• ALL STUDENTS RESIDING IN DORMS
• ALL NEW LONDON RD PROPERTIES
• ACADEMY ST. (BETWEEN E. MAIN ST & DELAWARE AVE.)
• 20 & 22 BENNY (MARAS LANDING)
• 30 & 36 BENNY ST
• CAMPUS WALK TOWNHOMES
• CHAPEL HOUSE (52 N CHAPEL ST)
• 155 S. CHAPEL ST.
• 51-59 CHAMBERS ST.
• CHIMNEY RIDGE APARTMENTS
• COCHRAN WAY (HOLLY WOODS)
• CONTINENTAL COURT
• EAST VILLAGE AT S CHAPEL ST.
• 209-225 HAINES ST.
• THE HEIGHTS (S. CHAPEL ST.)
• HOOTIECAT DR.
• THE LOFTS ON CENTER ST.
• NORTH STREET COMMONS
• SKID ROW
• STONE TREE TOWNHOMES
• VARSITY TOWNHOMES
• VICTORIA COURT
Include all letters and numbers in the plate/tag
Look at your registration. If another person's name is on the registration, please click 'no' and fill-out the information below.
If another person's name is on the registration, please click 'no' and fill-out the information below.
Lease needs to have both Landlord & tenant signatures, address, tenant names, term dates.
Needed: Landlord & tenant signatures, address, tenant names, term dates.
REQUIRED Please do not confuse with your vehicle title or insurance card.
This is only needed if the Homeowner's name has not been updated in the parcel search (usually within 30 days of a property sale). Please ignore if you have not recently purchased the property.
The Residential Parking Program allows individuals residing at an eligible property to obtain on-street parking within their parking zone.
By checking the box below, you are acknowledging that you understand and agree to obey all City ordinances regarding the Residential Parking Program (RPP). This application is not a guarantee of participation in the RPP. Participants are responsible to oversee the proper use of any permit(s) issued to them.
You are attesting that you are registering your primary mode of transportation and that you are not registering a vehicle for use by a person who is not legally residing at the address.
Any misuse or abuse of the Residential Parking Program will result in fines and penalties. This includes, but is not limited to, having RPP privileges revoked. All vehicle owners are responsible for citations issued to their vehicles. Outstanding citations may affect your eligibility for enrollment in the RPP.
Permits cannot be gifted, sold, duplicated, or placed on a vehicle it was not issued to.
The permit must be adhered to the vehicle using the adhesive of the decal.
Permits are solely for the primary vehicle(s) of approved residents legally residing at an eligible property.
You can only park a vehicle in its assigned zone.
The vehicle must park as close to the house as possible, where the nearest open spot can be found.
It is your responsibility to keep track of and to renew any permits that have expired.
The permit holder is responsible for contacting the Parking Division regarding any changes to their status (vehicle changes, stolen or missing permits, change of address, etc...). Failure to do so may result in fines.
The permit issued to your vehicle is City property and must be surrendered upon a request from the Parking Division. The Parking Division reserves the right to request additional documentation.
Permits that have expired and are not intended to be renewed should be destroyed.
After you submit your application, you will receive an email from the Parking Division when all documents are reviewed. Please allow up to 7 business days to process your application. If you do not receive a response in 7 business days, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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