The City is implementing a Residential Zone Parking Permit program for certain streets around Grove and Park Avenues. Residents living within the 200-330 block of Grove Avenue, on Chestnut Street, and the 900 block of Park Avenue are eligible to apply for Zone 2 parking permits and passes.
The application process opens February 11, 2019 for this new resident and short-term visitor parking permit program. Enforcement began April 2019.
If your application is accepted, you will receive a Zone 2 permit parking decal and 30 short-term visitor passes. There is no charge.
Each additional book of 30 short-term visitor parking passes can be purchased for $5 from the Treasurer's Office.
Short-term visitor parking passes are valid for up to three days.
Parking in Zone 2 without a permit during the restricted time could result in a $50 fine.
Types of Permits and Passes
Residential Parking Permit: Zone 2
Short-Term Visitor Parking Pass: Valid for up to three days
FlexPass: Long-term visitor pass, valid for up to 60 days
All of the following conditions must be met to qualify for a residential parking permit, visitor parking passes, or FlexPasses:
Residents living within the 200-330 block of Grove Avenue, on Chestnut Street, and the 900 block of Park Avenue (download Zone 2 map); and
Vehicles properly registered with the Commissioner of the Revenue; and
No outstanding balances owed to the City including property taxes, parking tickets, or other City fees.