City offices will be closed on Monday, May 30 in observance of Memorial Day. Regular hours will resume on Tuesday, May 31. Recycling collection will be delayed one day due to the holiday. The bulk trash schedule will not be affected.
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If something comes up and you won't be able to use your regular parking lot or driveway, you can request a temporary parking permit to park overnight on the street. Permits are only issued in uncommon situations for up to seven days (but you can extend a permit for an additional seven days if needed). The permit fee is $20 for a vehicle and $5 for each additional vehicle.
Complete the brief application to submit your request. We need your contact information and location, and we'll also ask information about the vehicle(s) that will need permits. Our team will review your application and respond within three days.
Apply for a Temporary Parking Permit
If your application is approved, you can pick up your permit at City Hall. You will need to pay the permit fee before the permit will be issued.
When parking on the street, make sure your permit is clearly visible on the dashboard of you car. If parking enforcement cannot see the permit, you may still be issued a ticket.
Temporary parking permits can be extended one time for an additional seven days. To extend your permit, submit a new application above.