Transportation & Streets

I have a disability, can I get a reserved parking space in front of my house?

The Reserved Residential Handicap Parking Permit Program, in compliance with Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), provides residents of Baltimore City who qualify for this service the accommodation of better accessibility to the communities in which they live.

City agency
Parking Authority
How do I get Residential Permit Parking for my neighborhood?

The Baltimore Residential Parking Program (RPP) began in 1979 in an effort to address the specific needs of residents in city neighborhoods where the demand for on-street parking was considered to be greatest. Participating neighborhoods elect to do so through application by petition to the City of Baltimore through the Parking Authority of Baltimore City.

City agency
Parking Authority
How do I renew my Residential Parking Permit (RPP)?
Your RPP can easily be renewed online. Residents who are new to RPP must apply in person.
City agency
Parking Authority