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Eligible Dwelling Units: Persons eligible for residential parking permits (metered or non-metered) must live on one of the following streets within the bounded area--
East and West Church Street
East Church Street (326-342 only)
East and West Second Street
East and West Third Street
Court Street between West All Saints Street to Third Street
Market Space Lot
500 Block of Elm Street
Water Street between East Patrick and Carroll Creek
East and West All Saints Street
1st block of South Market Street to 300 block of North Market Street
East and West Patrick Street
100 block of East Patrick Street to 1st block of West Patrick Street
Northside of West Second Street from Memorial Parkway west to College Avenue
300 Block of North Bentz Street
22 South Bentz Street to 46 South Bentz Street, even side only
Chapel Alley between 3rd and 4th Streets
The Southside of Carroll Parkway between Bentz Street and College Avenue
The Eastside of College Avenue between Carroll Parkway and West Patrick Street
200 block of South Carroll Street, east side only
Residential Metered Parking Permit: Each dwelling unit within the bounded area that is located on a street block with parking meters in front of the dwelling may apply for and obtain up to two (2) Residential Metered Parking Permits. The first Residential Metered Parking Permit is provided at a charge of Fifty ($50) dollars and the second Residential Metered Parking Permit is available at a cost of One Hundred Dollars ($100.00). The holder of a Residential Metered Parking Permit may park on any of the streets listed. Residents living on streets with parking meters in front of their dwelling may obtain non-metered parking permits in lieu of metered parking permits. In either case, each dwelling is restricted to a total of two (2) permits. Credit and debit cards are not accepted at this time for payment of residential permits. Residential Non-Metered Parking Permit: 1. Each dwelling unit within the bounded area that is located on a street block where no parking meters are present in front of the dwellings may apply for and obtain up to two (2) Residential Non-Metered Parking Permits. The first Residential Non-Metered Parking Permit is provided free of charge and the second Residential Non-Metered Parking Permit is available at a cost of One Hundred Dollars ($100.00).
2. Each dwelling unit within the bounded area that is located on a street block with parking meters in front of the dwelling may apply for and obtain up to two (2) Residential Non-Metered Parking Permits. The first Residential Non-Metered Parking Permit is provided free of charge and the second Residential Non-Metered Parking Permit is available at a cost of One Hundred Dollars ($100.00).
3. The holder of a Residential Non-Metered Parking Permit may park on any of the streets listed that are not controlled by a parking meter. Residential Non-Metered Parking Permits are prohibited fromparking at spaces controlled by parking meters. Parking with Residential Parking Permits (metered and non-metered): Subject to the restrictions. The holder of a Residential Parking Permit (metered and non-metered) may park on the streets in the following areas within the bounded areas listed:
Metered: 100 block West Church to 100 East Church 100 block West 2nd to 1st block East 2nd 1st block West 3rd to 1st block East 3rd 200 block of North Court Record Street/Council Street Market Space North side of East All Saints Street
Non-Metered: 200 block East Church Street 326-342 block East Church Street 200 block West 2nd Street (north side only) 100, 200 block East 2nd Street 100 block West 3rd Street 100, 200 block East 3rd Street 200, 300 block Rockwell Terrace 500 block Elm Street West All Saints Street Carroll Parkway (south side) between North Bentz/College Avenue College Avenue (east side), Carroll Parkway to West Patrick Street 200 block South Carroll Street from East South Street to Clark Place Water Street (east side) between East Patrick Street and Carroll Creek
Limitations: Subject to restrictions on areas where Residential Metered and Non-Metered Parking Permit holders may park as defined in subsection D of this document, a vehicle lawfully displaying a Residential Parking Permit may park any day of the week without further charge for a period of time not to exceed forty-eight (48) hours within the defined area in any lawful parking space.
A vehicle displaying the proper Residential Parking Permit (metered and non-metered) is not required to move every two (2) hours. But, the permit holder of a vehicle displaying a Residential Parking Permit (metered and non-metered) must still comply with all other applicable local, state, or federal laws including, but not limited to, garbage and street sweeping nights and special events.
Visitors Permits – A resident of streets listed above may obtain a visitor permit in the form of a hang tag for those times when a guest will be staying and they wish to park their vehicle on the street. The resident may obtain the hang tag in advance of the visitors’ arrival if necessary. The resident will need to visit the Parking Office and present the following: address where vehicle will be parked, tag number of vehicle to be parked and duration of stay. The cost is determined by the street being metered or non-metered. The cost for a metered street is $1.00 per hour or $8.00 per day and the cost for a non-metered street is $1.00 per day. There is a $4.00 deposit of both and this deposit will be refunded upon return of the hang tag after the visitor stay is concluded. All vehicles still need to adhere to the restriction for street sweeping/trash pickup night as posted for each street.
Resident permits – Note: If you area resident permit holder and your car is damaged or rendered inoperable for any other reason and you need a temporary permit for a rental car etc. please call the Parking office at 301-600-1429 for assistance.
Residential Parking Permit Application