If you do not have a permit parking decal issued by the City and park in a community during the permit parking only hours shown on the posted signs, you may be ticketed by the Orange County Sheriff’s Department.
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Yes, per Municipal Code Sec. 7-4-607, residents may request permit parking to be established in their community by petitioning the City. For more information, please call 949-362-4337.
Residents seeking to establish permit parking in their community, must first submit a letter requesting permit parking and submit it to email@example.com. The City will then provide Resident with a petition form. Only a City provided petition form will be accepted for consideration of establishing a permit parking district.
The City will conduct several overnight parking studies over the course of 3-4 weeks to assess the need for permit parking in the petitioned community. These visits are typically between the hours of 12:00 AM and 3:00 AM when vehicles are parked for the night.
It typically takes a minimum of 3-4 months from the receipt of a petition, assessment of need, approval of implementation, to installing the permit parking signs.
You will need to complete a permit parking request form, provide proof of residency and provide proof that your vehicle(s) is registered to a property within the permit parking district to obtain a permit parking decal.
There is no parking permit or decal fee, the program is free to Residents. The City covers the administrative and enforcement costs to implement and maintain the program.
Guest passes are available on a case-by-case basis. However, certain communities do not allow any guest passes. If you need a guest pass or need more information, please call 949-362-4337.
Permit parking signage is installed at 300-foot intervals to provide enforceable notice. The installation locations for signs are pre-determined through the permit parking petition process. By signing the petition, Residents are made aware of and accept the sign installation locations. The City makes all efforts to install permit parking signage on existing posts or streetlights.