I have a service person, (construction worker, landscaper, delivery, etc.) visiting my property, where do they park their vehicle?

Service vehicles readily identifiable as emergency or government vehicles are exempt from the residential permit parking regulations. Vehicles readily identifiable as commercial, delivery, service, utility, or construction vehicles (hired by the City), while actually engaged in providing maintenance, repair, or service work to a residence in a program area, are exempt from the parking restrictions. 

Service Person and vehicle for these services is available for up to two hours for vehicles without permits between the hours of 8am to 5pm, Monday through Sunday. However, after two hours, the vehicle may be subject to ticket and/or tow.   Service provider that require more than 2 hours for their service will need to apply for a permit under the visitor permit parking program.    The resident must apply for a visitor permit by visiting the portal and apply for the permit under the specific type of permit needed.


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1. What is a Residential Permit Parking Program?
2. How did the Permit Parking Districts get established?
3. What are the parking regulations, and who decides what the parking regulations will be?
4. What are the Parking District regulation times?
5. How many permit parking permits can I sign up for?
6. Can visitors park on my street without being cited?
7. Where can residents park with permits?
8. What information is required to obtain a parking permit?
9. Do I need to pay all outstanding parking citations prior to permit purchase?
10. Where do my guests park?
11. How are permits obtained?
12. How much does a parking permit cost?
13. May I opt out of participating in the permit parking district?
14. Can I get a waiver for residential permit parking fees?
15. Does my permit exempt me from street sweeping or other parking regulations?
16. Do I need a permit if I have a disabled persons placard issued by the DMV?
17. Will my permit be valid in other Parking Districts established in the City?
18. Does having a permit guarantee a space?
19. How much will citations cost for parking without a permit?
20. Can a permit be revoked?
21. Can I apply for a residential parking permit online?
22. I have a new vehicle, how do I obtain a replacement permit?
23. I have moved from the Permit District. What happens to my permit(s)?
24. I have a service person, (construction worker, landscaper, delivery, etc.) visiting my property, where do they park their vehicle?
25. Are residential permit parking zones enforced on holidays?