How do I get a temporary parking permit in Philadelphia?

How do I get a temporary parking permit in Philadelphia?

Temporary parking passes cost $15 for 15 days. To purchase a temporary pass, visit our office at 35 N….Day passes:

  1. Day passes consist of a single booklet of five parking passes for $35.
  2. Residents can purchase a maximum of two booklets, and then wait 90 days before buying another.
  3. Proof of residence is required.

Do you need a permit to park in Philly?

An eligible vehicle owner can purchase a permit which allows unrestricted parking on blocks with time limits signs and free parking at meters. The vehicle must display a valid Pennsylvania license plate and be registered to the owner’s home address in that district.

How do virtual visitor parking permits work?

It will involve householders registering an account that will allow them to buy time for their visitors by telephone, online or a mobile phone app. Our Civil Enforcement Officers will then use a handheld device with recognition software to confirm that the visiting vehicle is covered by a valid parking session.

Is there free parking in Philly?

Just make sure it’s not a ‘Passenger Loading Zone’. Free Parking Holidays: Philly has free parking days! Here they are….Rules for free parking in Philadelphia:

Parking Holiday Date
Labor Day First Monday in September
Thanksgiving Fourth Thursday of November
Christmas Day December 25

Is Philly parking free on Sunday?

Yes. You can park for free in Philadelphia on all national holidays. If the federal holiday falls on a Sunday, you can get free parking throughout the next day (Monday).

What is a daily visitor permit?

Daily visitor vouchers allow visitors to your home or business to temporarily park in your controlled parking zone. You’ll need to use the vouchers when your visitors park in your controlled parking zone. This includes public holidays. You must buy daily vouchers in advance.

What is a virtual visitors parking permit?

Virtual parking permits You can now buy electronic visitor’s parking permits, also known as virtual permits. As you cannot display virtual permits in your vehicle, Civil Enforcement Officers carry out checks using the vehicle registration mark. If you don’t have a parking account, you can register and apply.