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Residential Parking Zones

Residential Parking Districts

Click Here to view a map of all the residential parking districts.

Certain streets in New Haven are designated as residential parking districts to ensure that the people who live on these streets have a space to park their cars. If you wish to park on these streets you need to apply for a parking permit. 

Residential parking districts are clearly marked with street signs. Permit holders are still subject to all other posted regulations in their zone, including no parking for street sweeping or snow plowing when applicable. The fine for parking in a residential parking district without a permit is $35, this fine doubles in 15 days and triples in 30 days if not paid.


Apply for a Residential Parking Permit

Residential Permits can now be applied for online!

Please apply here


To apply via mail or in person, please complete and print out the appropriate online application below and mail or bring it to, The Collections Office, located at 165 Church Street on the first floor, room 167, with a photo copy of the current vehicle registration.

The calendar year for residential parking permits runs from October 1st to September 30th. Find additional information below on submission documentation, or apply online here.

If your car is registered at the Permit Address:

Apply for a Residential Parking Permit

For cars registered at the permit address, ALL OF THE FOLLOWING MUST BE COMPLETED:

  1. Complete, print and attach the information form.
  2. Attach a photocopy of the current vehicle registration.
  3. Attach a photocopy of applicant's Photo ID with date of birth.
  4. Attach proof of New Haven residence (bill or lease).
  5. Mail all documents to the Tax Collector (address on form).

Each household is allowed up to 3 visitor permits.

From the date you apply, until the date you receive the permits you may receive parking tickets for resident parking. Please appeal these citations through, https://www.tocite.net/newhavenct/portal, and include the date when you applied for your permits as part of the information included in appeal. Residential parking citations will only be waived if a permit was applied for in a timely fashion.

ONLY IF YOUR PERMIT IS APPROVED WILL THESE TICKETS BE VOIDED.

IF YOU DO NOT APPEAL THE TICKETS AND YOU ARE TOWED, YOU WILL BE RESPONSIBLE FOR THE TICKETS AND THE TOW


If your car is registered in within Connecticut but not in New Haven:

Apply for a Residential Parking Permit:

For cars registered within Connecticut but not in New Haven, ALL OF THE FOLLOWING MUST BE COMPLETED:

  1. Complete, print and attach the information form. 
  2. Attach a photocopy of the current vehicle registration, SHOWING THE ADDRESS HAS BEEN CHANGED TO YOUR NEW ADDRESS IN NEW HAVEN.
  3. Attach a photocopy of applicant's Photo ID with date of birth.
  4. Attach proof of New Haven residence (bill or lease).
  5. Mail all documents to the Tax Collector (address on form).

Each household is allowed up to 3 visitor permits.

From the date you apply, until the date you receive the permits you may receive parking tickets for resident parking. Please appeal these citations through,https://www.tocite.net/newhavenct/portal, and include the date when you applied for your permits as part of the information included in appeal. Residential parking citations will only be waived if a permit was applied for in a timely fashion.

ONLY IF YOUR PERMIT IS APPROVED WILL THESE TICKETS BE VOIDED.

IF YOU DO NOT APPEAL THE TICKETS AND YOU ARE TOWED, YOU WILL BE RESPONSIBLE FOR THE TICKETS AND THE TOW


If your car is registered outside of Connecticut:

Apply for a Residential Parking Permit:

For cars registered outside of Connecticut, ALL OF THE FOLLOWING MUST BE COMPLETED:

  1. Complete, print and attach the information form. 
  2. Attach a photocopy of the current vehicle registration.
  3. Attach a photocopy of applicant's Photo ID with date of birth.
  4. Attach proof of New Haven residence (bill or lease).
  5. Attach slip from Tax Collector's Office.
  6. You must present the requested information in person at the Accounts Receivable Office (1st flr. Atrium) at 165 Church Street, New Haven CT 06510.

Each household is allowed up to 3 visitor permits.

From the date you apply, until the date you receive the permits you may receive parking tickets for resident parking. Please appeal these citations through,https://www.tocite.net/newhavenct/portal, and include the date when you applied for your permits as part of the information included in appeal. Residential parking citations will only be waived if a permit was applied for in a timely fashion.

ONLY IF YOUR PERMIT IS APPROVED WILL THESE TICKETS BE VOIDED.

IF YOU DO NOT APPEAL THE TICKETS AND YOU ARE TOWED, YOU WILL BE RESPONSIBLE FOR THE TICKETS AND THE TOW


Applying for a Visitor Parking Permit only (No Vehicles):

Apply for a Visitor Parking Permit: 

For cars visiting temporarily, ALL OF THE FOLLOWING MUST BE COMPLETED:

  1. Complete, print and attach the information form.
  2. If you own the vehicle, attach a photocopy of the current vehicle registration.
  3. Attach a photocopy of applicant's Photo ID with date of birth.
  4. Attach proof of New Haven residence (bill or lease).
  5. There is no fee for a visitor parking permit.
  6. Mail all documents to the Tax Collector (address on form).

Each household is allowed up to 3 visitor permits.

From the date you apply, until the date you receive the permits you may receive parking tickets for resident parking. Please appeal these citations through,https://www.tocite.net/newhavenct/portal, and include the date when you applied for your permits as part of the information included in appeal. Residential parking citations will only be waived if a permit was applied for in a timely fashion.

ONLY IF YOUR PERMIT IS APPROVED WILL THESE TICKETS BE VOIDED.

IF YOU DO NOT APPEAL THE TICKETS AND YOU ARE TOWED, YOU WILL BE RESPONSIBLE FOR THE TICKETS AND THE TOW

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