Seasonal permit parking is enforced on the streets highlighted. Every other year (odd year), residents must apply for and receive new parking permit placards. All parking permit placards issued in 2019 will last two years. Residents are encouraged to perform this process online through the form system.
Seasonal Permit Parking
Description of streets impacted by seasonal permit parking:
63rd Street from Downey Street to Baker Street
64th Street from Downey Street to Archer Street
65th Street from Kennedy Street to Archer Street
Archer Street from 63rd Street to Kennedy Street
Baker Street from 63rd Street to Kennedy Street
Corey Street from Limonite Avenue to 64th Street
Downey Street from 61st Street to 64th Street (east side)
Kennedy Street from 64th Street to Archer Street
Additional Implemented Rules
The following items will be implemented prior to the Memorial Day weekend of each year:
Every other year (odd year), residents must apply for and receive new parking permit placards
No Parking signs will be posted south side of 64th Street and the west side of Downey Street
Permits will be available to residents online and through the attached application process
Signs will be posted establishing permit parking for the area effective May 1 through October 31
Permit placards can be obtained by filling out the online application. Residents can also mail in a paper application or fill out the paper application at City Hall. Residential parking permits may not be sold, transferred, loaned, borrowed, to other residences, other residents, or visitors to the neighborhood.
Visitor passes are only valid to visitors that are visiting the residents at the address that the visitor pass is registered with. Permit placards must be displayed at all times when parking in areas subject to the parking permit program. Any violation of the rules may result in a revocation of parking permit passes and further legal action.
Residents are limited to two residential permits and two visitor permits. Any resident applying for more than two residential permits will be required to provide legal documentation (such as California Department of Motor Vehicle registration records) demonstrating that more than two vehicles are actively registered to the address.