The purpose of the Residential Parking Permit Program is to mitigate parking problems in a residential area caused by non-residential influences.
Permit Application and Rules
A resident may apply to the city for an on-street parking permit or guest pass, as provided in the residential parking zone plan. Permits are valid from July 1st to June 30th and must be renewed each year.
To purchase permits, residents must:
- Complete an application
- Provide proof that they live in the area
- Provide their vehicle registration (the permit will be linked to the license plate)
- Pay the permit fee
Guest permits are available free of charge with the purchase of a resident permit. The maximum number of guest permits is restricted based on the Residential Parking Plan for that zone.Temporary Permits
Temporary permits are issued at the discretion of the City of Tigard.
The permit fee is set by the city council and is listed on the City of Tigard Master Fees & Charges Schedule. The cost for fiscal year 2019-2020 is $60.00 for the first two Resident Parking Permits and $60.00 for each additional vehicle thereafter. Up to two guest permits are included at no additional charge.
An applicant must show proof of residency within the residential parking zone and vehicle ownership.
Accepted forms of proof of residency are
- A utility bill dated within the last 30 days (Water, power, natural gas, or internet/land-line phone)
- Lease or Rental agreement
- Oregon Driver License of Identification IF it shows the current address*
- Voter registration card
*Effective December 31, 2019, the Oregon DMV will no longer provide address change labels for ID. You are still required to notify the DMV within 30 days of moving to a new address.
Proof of vehicle ownership includes
- Current Oregon Vehicle Registration Card showing owner or lessee name**
- Vehicle title
- Oregon DMV Notice of Transaction with the stamped date/time showing received by the DMV
The last name on the registration must match the last name of the applicant.
**Effective January 1, 2018: Oregon Drivers are allowed to black out address on their vehicle registration cards. The DMV does not provide new Vehicle Registrations Cards for an address change.