Annual Permit

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Annual Overnight Permit

Annual Overnight On-Street
Parking Permit Basic Qualifications:

  • You must have more vehicles than the available off-street parking at your residence.
  • All vehicles MUST be currently registered to the address on the application.

Annual Daytime Permit

Annual Daytime On-Street
Parking Permit Basic Qualifications:

  • You must have more vehicles than the available off-street parking at your residence.
  • All vehicles MUST be currently registered to the address on the application.
  • You must have an overnight permit to receive a daytime permit.

Qualified applicants can receive up to a maximum of 2 permits per residence.

Application Process

An application form must be completed and submitted to the Parking Division in person, online, or by mailing in application. A separate application form MUST be submitted for each vehicle requiring a permit. The Parking Office will review your application for permit eligibility at the time of submittal. There is a permit application fee of $47.00 for applications requiring a field inspection. The application fee will be deducted from permit fees for approved applications.

Apply for Permit Online  Download PDF

A photo copy must be provided of valid and CURRENT vehicle registration for ALL VEHICLES parked at your residence. ALL vehicle registration(s) submitted MUST show and match the address as listed on the application.

After your completed application and the photocopies of your vehicle registration(s) have been received and processed, the Parking Division will then investigate the following criteria:

  • Verification of the information listed on the application.
  • Your property is subject to a field inspection for verification of parking spaces on the property.
  • Vehicle is not oversized (i.e. not in excess of 7 feet in height or width).
  • The actual number of parking spaces at the residence. Parking spaces available on the property shall not be used for purposes such as storage. This includes using your garage or driveway for any purpose other than the parking of your passenger vehicle.
  • Vehicles registered as “non-operational” with the Department of Motor Vehicles are considered storage and will be cause for denial of your application.
  • Verification that adequate off-street parking, whether free or paid, is not available within 600 feet of your residence.You will not qualify for a temporary parking permit, if you can obtain an additional parking place at your complex by paying an extra monthly fee or if there is a commercial parking lot that allows overnight parking for a fee.

Denied Applications

If your parking permit application is denied, the Parking Division will notify you by mail. Should you have any questions regarding the denial, please call (626) 744-7665.


If you are a student living in Pasadena while attending school in the area and your vehicle is registered to your primary residence at a different location, in addition to completing an application for the parking permit and providing ALL of the registrations for the vehicles parking at your residence, you will need to complete a STUDENT REQUEST FOR EXEMPTION FORM in order to be exempted from the change of address requirement. You MUST also provide a copy of your valid driver’s license and your valid current student identification card and/or current school registration at the time you submit the application. These requirements shall apply to all students living at the residence.

Download Student Parking Permit Application

Company Vehicles

If you have a car registered to a company that you take home at night, in addition to the vehicle registration, you will need to provide a letter from your supervisor on your company’s letterhead indicating that that specific car has been issued to you and that you are authorized to take the vehicle home at night and park it at your residence. The letter must include the address of your residence.

Commercial vehicles under the Pasadena Municipal Code shall not be parked on the street overnight.

Change of Address

Permits are location specific. If you move, you must remove the decal(s) from your permitted vehicle(s) and return them to the Pasadena Parking Office. You may be eligible for a prorated refund.

If you move to a location inside the City of Pasadena and still need to park your vehicle on the street, you must remove the decal(s) from your vehicle and return them to the Parking Division. They are not valid at your new address. You will need to apply for permit(s) at your new residence by going through the application process again. You will need to bring in an official stamped change of address form from the Department of Motor Vehicles along with the current registration for each one of the vehicles parked at your new residence. All registration addresses must match the address as listed on your application. If the application is approved, the fee is $24.00 per permit for a new decal.

Temporary Parking

A three-week temporary parking permit will be issued for your vehicle during the investigation process. If you have not heard from the Parking Division regarding the status of your permit prior to the expiration date of your temporary permit, you will need to come in to the Parking Division with your expiring permit to extend your temporary for an additional period of time. Extensions from the Parking Division will only be granted one time. If you have not received confirmation on the status of your permit prior to the expiration date of your extended permit, please contact the Parking Division at (626) 744-7665 to check the status.

View more information about temporary parking permits.