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Living Transportation Preferential Permit Parking
Preferential Permit Parking

The City of Beverly Hills Traffic & Parking Commission (TPC) evaluated consolidating existing preferential permit parking (PPP) zones to allow for easier and more efficient parking for residents, and provide more options for resident permit holders to park. The TPC has identified the multi-family zones in the 100 blocks south of Wilshire Boulevard, between Spalding and Camden Drives, as the first  “test district” since this  area has similar parking regulations yet different PPP parking designations. In June/July 2018, staff surveyed residents in the test district to determine if there is interest from the community in consolidating PPP zones. 

On August 9, 2018, the TPC unanimously supported (1) establishing Preferential Parking Permit Zone “AD” with a regulation of “No Parking, 8 a.m. to 2:30 a.m., Daily, Permit ‘AD’ Exempt” on the 100 block of McCarty Drive between Charleville Boulevard and the alley south of Wilshire Boulevard and (2) modifying the existing preferential parking permit zones on the 100 blocks of Spalding, Linden, South Roxbury, South Bedford, South Peck, and South Camden Drives, with a regulation of “No Parking, 8 a.m. to 2:30 a.m., Daily, Permit ‘AD’ Exempt.”

The City Council will review the TPC's recommendations at the October 9, 2018 Formal Meeting. The City Council Public Notice can be accessed below. 

PPP District 10 Map


For more information, the PPP Districting Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) document can be accessed below. Please contact Transportation Planning at (310) 285-1128 or transportation@beverlyhills.org for questions.