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What is the Residential Permit Parking Program?

The Residential Permit Parking Program (RPPP) was designed to free-up on-street parking for neighborhood residents. Instead of the traditional free, but unregulated, parking available residents are required to purchase a parking pass. Any car found on the street that lacks a pass will be ticketed. This ensures that the parking spots are being used only by residents of the area. This will not guarantee anyone a parking space. It only guarantees those who use the spaces are residents. Residents have to opt in to the RPP system. No street or area will be forced to convert without the support of the residents. A list of all current RPP areas is available here.
Updated 8/26/2015 3:08 PM
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