Denver Residential Parking Permits

A Residential Parking Permit (RPP) exempts a resident’s vehicle from the posted, on-street parking time limit restrictions on the block in which the vehicle owner resides. An RPP does not allow parking in violation of any other parking regulation such as:

  • Parking during street sweeping restrictions
  • Parking in "No Parking" Zones
  • Parking without paying meters

  • What You Will Need:

    Bring or mail in copies of all four(4) document types below. Original documents are not required and they will not be returned to the applicant, if mailed. The cost of your permit is free.

    Whether you come in to the office,or mail your permit, this is what you will need:

    1. A completed application (PDF)

    2. A copy of one of these documents dated within the last 30 days*:
    • Utility bill (gas, electric, water)
    • Telephone bill (land line)
    • T.V. or Internet bill
    • Current auto or home insurance document
    3. A copy of your valid driver's license

    4. A copy of your current vehicle registration

    *Please note that your applicant name and physical address must appear on all four of your documents and must match the physical address for the location where the permit is being requested. P.O. boxes will not be accepted.

    What You Will Need:

    Before you start the online application, you will need electronic copies (.jpg, .tif, .pdf) of all three (3) documents below.

    1. An electronic copy of one of the following documents dated within the last 30 days:

    • Utility bill (gas, electric, water)
    • Telephone bill (land line)
    • T.V. or Internet bill
    • Current auto or home insurance document

     

    2. An electronic copy of your valid driver's license

    3. An electronic copy of your current vehicle registration

    *Please note that your applicant name and physical address must appear on all four of your documents and must match the physical address for the location where the permit is being requested. P.O. boxes will not be accepted.

     

    What You Will Need:

    Bring or mail in copies of all four(4) document types below. Original documents are not required and they will not be returned to the applicant, if mailed. The cost of your permit is free.

    Whether you come in to the office,or mail your permit, this is what you will need:

    1. A completed application (PDF)

    2. A copy of one of these documents dated within the last 30 days*:

    • Utility bill (gas, electric, water)
    • Telephone bill (land line)
    • T.V. or Internet bill
    • Current auto or home insurance document

     

     

    3. A copy of your valid driver's license

    4. A copy of your current vehicle registration

    *Please note that your applicant name and physical address must appear on all four of your documents and must match the physical address for the location where the permit is being requested. P.O. boxes will not be accepted.

    Contact Information:

    Parking Cashier Office
    201 W Colfax Ave, Dept 110
    Denver, CO 80202

    Phone: (720) 913-5365

    Hours of operation:
    8:00am to 4:30pm

    Wait times may be associated with applying in person.

    If you received a permit renewal letter in the mail, you may now renew your residential parking permit online. Renew your permit HERE

    A temporary residential parking permit may be issued when a new Denver resident has just moved in and has not yet obtained all of the required documents for a regular permit. Please call:

    Parking Cashier's Office
    Phone: (720) 913-5365

    Neighborhoods and residents may want to inquire about adding, modifying, or removing parking restrictions and the associated Residential Parking Permit Program. Inquiries should be sent to parkingoperations@denvergov.org

    Parking Operations staff will assess each request as they are submitted and work with your neighborhood on recommending the best parking management solution for your area.

     

     

    • Parking Permit Program Rules and Regulations - POSTPONED
      • The public hearing regarding the Parking Permit Program originally scheduled for Friday, November 1, at 11:00 a.m. has been postponed and will be rescheduled for a future date to be determined.  Once a new date is identified and confirmed; the pertinent time, date, and location information will be advertised in the Denver Business Journal and will be sent to all Registered Neighborhood Organizations at least 20 days in advance of the public hearing. 
      • Questions or concerns can be directed to Parking Operations, Department of Public Works, 201 W. Colfax Avenue, Dept. 508, Denver, Colorado 80202, or by email to parkingoperations@denvergov.org.    

Renew your permit

If you received a permit renewal letter in the mail, you may now renew your residential parking permit online. 


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