Overnight Parking Guidelines
Eligibility for Overnight Parking Permits:
- You must be a resident of a multi-family residential dwelling unit (Apartment, Condo or Duplex) and not have sufficient parking spaces provided by your landlord for all your vehicles.
- Your vehicle must be registered in the State of California. The vehicle, for which the permit is requested, must be registered, rented or leased to you. Motorcycles, mopeds, motorhomes, and all recreational vehicles are not eligible for consideration for overnight permits.
- Your vehicle(s) must be clear of any outstanding parking citations.
1. Completed Parking Permit Application.
2. Copy of Current Lease/Rental Agreement that includes the names of all tenants.
3. Proof of Residency Form. Also required in addition to current lease/rental agreement if the lease/rental agreement does not specify the number of parking spaces you are provided. This form is to be completed by your apartment manager/owner. All tenants of your apartment unit should be named as residents by the apartment manager/owner.
4. DMV Registration(s): A copy of the current DMV registration(s) for all the vehicles at your residence (e.g., vehicle for which you need the permit and vehicle with off-street parking).
5. Copy of valid California driver’s license.
6. Full Payment: The cost of the Overnight Permit is a pro-rated fee and will therefore differ depending on the time of year. Effective October 1, 2012 the full year fee is $111.00. Please contact the Department of Transportation at 310-285-2500 for pro-rated pricing on permits obtained after October. All overnight permits expire on September 30th of the following year. Payment can be mailed to: Department of Transportation, 455 N. Rexford Drive, Beverly Hills, CA 90210. Currently, payment for permits cannot be accepted by phone.
CLICK HERE to renew your residential parking permit online.
Please be aware of the following when you purchase your permit:
- Permit must be properly displayed from the rearview mirror with the permit number and expiration date facing out towards the windshield
- Permits may only be used in designated overnight permit parking areas
- It is a violation of the Municipal Code to sell, rent or lease the permit
- Lost/stolen permits must be reported to the Department of Transportation. There is a $35 replacement fee for each overnight parking permit. Vehicles bearing lost/stolen permits are subject to citation.
- Overnight parking permits are issued annually and expire on September 30th of each year. You will receive a renewal form by mail a month before the permit's expiration date.
- No refunds are issued.