1. What is a residential parking permit program?
The program allows residents to set parking restriction days and times so that they control
non-resident parking on the neighborhood streets.
2. What is a Parking Permit Area?
A Parking Permit area can be any residential area that is public roadway in Prince George’s county. It can be as small as one side of one block. We recommend that you begin with small areas.
3. Are there any restrictions on the size of the zone?
It can be as small as one side of one block.
4. What is the cost of the program?
The program is free.
5. How can we get the program for our neighborhood?
Contact Dianne Harris at the Revenue Authority at 301-955-0787.
We will provide you with an information packet. The program is voluntary, and petition
based. A petition must be circulated to collect the signatures of least 60% of the
neighborhood homeowners or lease holders. There is one signature for each address. Each signature is a vote in favor of the program.
6. How long does it take to get our neighborhood designated as a zone?
After the petition is completed then submitted for review, the Revenue Authority will
schedule a public hearing within 90 days of receipt of the petition. Public notice of the
hearing will be published in a County newspaper. The Authority will mail out a notice to
each address within the proposed Residential Parking Permit zone.
Within sixty days of the public hearing, the Authority will approve, deny, or modify the
residential parking permit zone. After approval, the Authority will install that stipulate the parking restrictions and exceptions.
7. After the zone is established, how long is the permit valid?
Two-year parking permits shall be renewed every two years and Visitor parking permits
Are issued every 72 hours and can be renewed.
8. If the petition is denied, is there an appeals process?
In case of a denial by the Authority, the petitioners may (1) appeal the decision of the
Authority to the Executive Director or (2) by showing a petition listing 90% of the property owners or lease holders in the proposed RPP zone.
9. How do we terminate the program if we want to withdraw?
After at least twelve months in operation, the Authority may accept petitions signed by at least 60% of the residential property owners or lease holders in the permit parking area for termination of the RPP area. The Authority shall follow the same public hearing and notification procedure used for establishing a zone.
10. How do I sign up for the program after zone is established?
After the public hearing, we send out the Board Decision Letter. The letter includes
instructions and contact information for assistance. Sign up is automated and can be done online or over the telephone. The vehicle registration
address is the primary documentation for auto approval to get your permits. Applications that do not meet this requirement must provide other proof of residency stipulated by program guidelines.
11. You can register your vehicle at this website address:
The website is available 24 hours a day seven days a week.
You can call: 866-794-8663
8:30 AM – 4:30 PM Monday through Friday.
12. I have more than one vehicle…
You will be assigned (3) Residential Permits. After you have registered one vehicle, you
have established an account. Additional vehicles registered to that address can easily be
added by applying online or by telephone.
13. What about parking for social events in my home?
If you have an event scheduled at your home, contact the Administrative Office by email. Send an email to email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org to request an
Enforcement Call Off 48 hours in advance of your event. The Enforcement Call Off must
include the date, time, approximate number of cars and location of the event.
14. Visitor/Guest Parking Permits
You may apply for 1 visitor permit. You may schedule two vehicles to your visitor’s permit. We will monitor the program to ensure that there is no abuse of the system. Once registered, your visitor can park up to 72 hours.
15. Where can I park with a parking permit?
The parking permit allows you to park anywhere within the permit parking zone for which it was issued. The parking permit program does not suspend enforcement of any other section of the parking code.
16. What types of parking violations should be reported?
When a vehicle parked on the county roadway:
• has no registration plates or expired registration plates
• is parked in the fire lane
• appears to be abandoned by an unknown operator
• is a hazard with flat tires, broken windows, or is losing vehicle fluids
When a vehicle not parked on the county roadway:
• is found off the roadway into the woods or some unusual place
• is parked in a driveway with no visible or noticeable registration plates
• is parked in a ""No Parking"" zone
• is parked on the wrong side of the road (County Code requires right wheels to the curb)
• is parked across the sidewalk
17. How can I pay for parking violations?
Online Transactions are accepted using a credit/debit card and will be charged a $3 transaction fee. Payment is accepted at the payment portal and pay-in-person is available at the Revenue Authority Office: 1300 Mercantile Lane Suite 108 Largo, MD 20774