Department of Public Works

Changes to Residential Parking

At the November 28, 2018 Public Works Commission meeting, the Commission approved modest changes to the residential parking program. These changes will improve the administration of the program and clarify ambiguity in the regulations. They are the result of recommendations from the 2016 Residential Parking Management Plan.

 

To see a brief snapshot of the changes, please see below.

 

For more information:

 

Thank you for helping to keep Burlington a great place to live and work.

 

Sincerely,

 

Burlington Police Department

Burlington Department of Public Works

 

 

 

CHANGE

BEGINNING FOR NEWLY ISSUED PERMITS IN 2019

Fee

$10/per annual permit

$20/per 2 year permit

 

 

To Avoid This Fee

Residential parking permits will be $0 on streets which provide a minimum of 4 hour public parking during daytime hours. Other policies apply. Please contact Public Works for more information, 802-863-9094/PPeterson@burlingtonvt.gov

 

 

Permit Cap

4 permits per single unit dwelling (i.e., single family home)

3 permits per unit in a multi-unit property

 

 

Voided Tickets

One voucher provided per year per permit to void a ticket

 

 

Clarifying Acceptable Proof of Residency

Please visit https://www.burlingtonvt.gov/Police/Residential-Parking for acceptable proof of residency.

 

 

Contractor Permits

Residents may request up to 8 contractor permits valid for 30 day increments. The cost of each permit will be $10 per 30 day period

 

 

Transferable Permits

For more information, please contact John King, Burlington Police Department, at 802-540-2381 or JKing@bpdvt.com 

 

 

Clarifying policies for businesses and fraternities/sororities in RPP areas

For more information, please contact John King, Burlington Police Department, at 802-540-2381 or JKing@bpdvt.com 

 

 

CarShare regulations

For more information, please contact John King, Burlington Police Department, at 802-540-2381 or JKing@bpdvt.com 

 

Press Release Date: 
01/18/2019
Attached Press Release: 
City Department: 
Public Works Department