899 Dale Street North
An introduction to Resident Parking Permits:
Residential Permit Parking was first established in St. Paul in 1979 and now includes twenty-five separate areas that span the City. Two areas initially included in the residential permit parking program were the areas around the University of Minnesota St. Paul campus and the St. Thomas campus.
Residential Permit Parking Policies Generally
Residential Permit Parking Area 2
Where to Place Permit Stickers on Your Vehicle
Frequently Asked Questions about Residential Permit Parking
Residential Permit Parking Maps
The concept was simply to provide relief to these residential areas where the intensity of the non-residential use in terms of traffic activities, parking demands and general accessibility interfered with the quality of life within the residential area. Essentially, residential permit parking gives priority for on-street parking in the abutting residential area to area residents.
This page is designed to give you information and answer any questions you may have about our Residential Permit Parking program.
Use the city map below to find where your parking area is located within the city. Then, click on Individual Parking Areas to open the folder where you can find a map of your particular residential permit parking area.
Parking Area Locations (citywide)
Individual Parking Areas
Special Event Parking Permits
These are one day scratch off hang tags. For more information click on "How to Apply" link.
How to Apply