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Dutch road sign: entrance to controlled parking zone for permit-holders only

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Are you handicapped and tired of losing your parking spot right in front your house? If you are looking to get a residential parking permit sign placed on your street, we’ve got your back!

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The PPA has released a set of steps to take to set up a residential parking permit to make your designated parking spot a safe space.

Warning sign at a disabled bay warning that only permit holders can use it.

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In order to get a residential parking permit sign placed on your street, here are the following steps you need to take:

  • Visit Philadelphia’s permit office located on 35 N. 8th Street to receive a petition packet.
  • Once your petition is complete, you are required to receive signatures of approval from at least 60% of your block’s residents (If your block has 100 residents, you need at least 60 signatures).
  • Take the signed petition packet and give it to your councilperson.
  • Once approved, the petition will be sent to the permit team.
  • The permit team will come out and install the appropriate signage in front of your property.

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Need help along the way? Feel free to reach out to the Philadelphia Parking Authority on social media [CLICK HERE] or reach out to them via their website at Philapark.org 

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PPA Shares How to Get Residential Parking Permit Signs on Your Street  was originally published on rnbphilly.com