Residential Permit Parking Program
A residential parking program was enacted by City Council in order to protect and promote the integrity of designated neighborhoods. Parking regulations restrict unlimited parking by nonresidents, and provide the opportunity for residents to park near their homes.
Obtaining and Renewing a Permit
Residential parking permits are issued by the Parking Division for the term of one year. Residents of residential parking permit zones may apply for a permit by presenting proof of residence within the area designated, proof of current registration for the vehicle, and current driver's license for which the application is being made. No more than three permits shall be issued for each qualified address.
New to Residential Parking?
If you are new to the Residential Parking Program you must complete the initial application and provide the required documents listed on the reverse side of the application.
Renewing a Permit?
The Parking Division mails out renewal applications annually for all residents who currently have parking permits in the residential parking areas. To renew a permit:
- Find your permit zone using the Permit Zone Map
- Download the appropriate form and follow the form's instructions to submit:
Find Your Permit Zone
Last revised: March 12, 2020
Check the Parking Zone Map to see what areas may be impacted and review the list below to find your permit zone. Please note in the below lists, not all addresses on a street may be in an approved zone. Call (707) 543-3325 for a full list of addresses.
Expires June 30 of each year
Santa Rosa Avenue
|Doyle Park Drive|
Fair Oaks Court
Expires Dec. 31 of each year
SRJC Zone 1
SRJC Zone 2
West Seventh Street