2013 - 2014 RESIDENTIAL PERMIT PARKING APPLICATIONS ARE NOW AVAILABLE!
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2012-2013 parking permits and passes are still available. To order, please visit the Treasurer's Office at 2100 Clarendon Blvd, Suite 215, email firstname.lastname@example.org or call us at 703-228-3344.
Residential Permit Parking Zones have been established in residential neighborhoods adjacent to major corridors or traffic generators. Red and white "Permit Parking" street signs indicate if a neighborhood is a residential permit area. Only neighborhood residents with County issued permits and their visitors may park on these streets during restricted parking hours; drivers without zone permit stickers, FlexPass or a short-term visitor pass risk ticketing and towing.
If you live in a qualified household in a Residential Permit Parking Zone, you may go to our online application site to order permits and passes via the web. You may also request a paper application by sending an e-mail to Park or by calling 703-228-3344.
The Arlington County Residential Permit Parking Program began in 1973 and was put in place to provide residents in residential areas relief from heavy daytime commuter parking. Currently, there are 23 different permit parking zones within the county.
All participating households may receive one FlexPass (described above). Beyond that, each household will generally be allowed up to three vehicle-specific permits. Those who own more than four vehicles at one time will need to park their additional vehicles off-street. Households are defined as dwellings or units recognized by Arlington County's Department of Real Estate Assessment.
The County recognizes that in some neighborhoods, zoned parking participants may wish to set the limit for Vehicle-Specific Permits at more or fewer than three cars per household and has set up a resident-initiated procedure for making such a change. This change can take place if 60 percent of the households in a particular zone sign a citizen-initiated petition, specifying a different limit. Residents interested in pursuing such a change in their zone, should complete a petition form. Please call 703-228-3344 or e-mail Park for inquiry.
Motorcycles and scooters may park in permit parking zones without displaying a residential parking permit or pass.
Short-Term Visitor Passes
Please go to the sections listed in the Permit Parking Resources box for more information.
Arlington County Map Showing Permit Parking Zones