If I am handicap do I have to pay at the meter?
No, if you are handicap with a valid handicap placard you can park at the meter for free. You must place the placard visibly on the rear view mirror of your vehicle. If at any time your vehicle is cited, bring your citation along with your handicap placard, handicap registration, and a California Driver’s License or Identification Card to City Hall Traffic Division 2nd floor for an Administrative Review.

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1. Are handicap placards exempted from Residential Parking Permits?
2. Are Residential Parking Permits exempted from street sweeping?
3. Are there extensions on parking citations?
4. Can I park my vehicle in a meter stall after meter hours?
5. Can I pay my parking ticket online
6. Can Residential Parking Permits be used anywhere in the City of Inglewood?
7. Do I have to put money in meters on Holidays?
8. Do I still have to pay the bail amount to contest a parking citation if my vehicle was stolen at time it was issued?
9. How do I obtain a Residential Parking Permit?
10. How many Residential Parking Permits are issued to each household, and do they expire?
11. If I am handicap do I have to pay at the meter?
12. If I am sitting on my vehicle do I have to put money in the meter?
13. What do I need to know regarding parking if I am hosting a party or family gathering?
14. What is the time limit on meters in the downtown area?
15. When a meter is broken can I still park in the stall?
16. When can I contest a parking citation?
17. When do I put money in the meter?
18. Where can I contest my parking citation?
19. Where do I go to pay a Parking Citation?