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Posted on: June 30, 2022

Residential Parking Permits


Received a residential parking permit renewal letter?  Or need a parking permit, but you're just not sure how to apply for one? 

Since permit parking first began in the City back in the late 1990’s, permits and visitor passes in residential areas renew on an annual basis. While the City has started virtual permitting, the renewal process remains the same. Residents must apply each year to register/renew their virtual parking permit(s) for their vehicle(s) and/or obtain new visitor passes for the upcoming year period, as permits and visitor passes do not automatically renew. Please keep in mind that all residential permits are now virtual; the City no longer offers hang-tags to residents.

Homeowners can apply for residential parking permits and visitor parking passes online at  You will need to create an account in order to get your passes online.  Residents can also apply via mail or in-person at City Hall.  

Visit for full details (including printable application forms) or for more information on parking permits for tenants or monthly pre-paid permits. 

To apply for a parking permit online:

  1. Visit
  2. Click the "Login" button at the top right corner
    • If you already have an account: enter your email address and password. 
    • If you have had a parking permit before, but you came in-person: click the "Forgot Password" button and enter the email address used when you initially applied for the permit. Follow the steps in the email that is sent to you. 
    • If this is your first time getting a permit: click the "Register" button and follow the instructions to set up your account. 
  3. Once you get into your account, click the "Order Permits" button," select the permit for your zone, and click the "Add Vehicle" button.

*Photo attachments will be required to complete your permit request.*

  • Renters need photos of:
    • a signed, current copy of your lease
    • Your driver's license
    • Your car registration
  • Homeowners* need photos of:
    • Your driver's license
    • Your car registration

      *Landlords, please reach out to the City's Parking Enforcement to obtain a special permit. 

If you have questions about the permitting process, need assistance to register a vehicle(s), and/or request visitor passes for a property address, contact our Parking Enforcement office at 240-487-3520.

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