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Parking Privileges

When they have a valid Disabled Person parking placard or license plate, people with disabilities and Disabled Veterans are allowed to park in the following areas:

  • In parking spaces marked with the International Symbol of Access or wheelchair symbol.

  • Next to a designated blue curb.

  • Next to a green curb (green curbs indicate limited time parking) for as long as you wish. There is no time limit at a green curb if your vehicle displays a Disabled Person (DP) placard, Disabled Person (DP) license plate or Disabled Veteran (DV) license plate.
  • In an on-street metered parking space at no charge and for as long as you wish. There is no time limit if your vehicle displays a Disabled Person (DP) placard, Disabled Person (DP) license plate or Disabled Veteran (DV) license plate.
  • In an area that requires a resident or merchant permit. There is no time limit to park in a permited area if your vehicle displays a Disabled Person (DP) placard, Disabled Person (DP) license plate or Disabled Veteran (DV) license plate.
Parking AreasMeaning
International Symbol of Access
International Symbol of Access
You can park in spaces with the International Symbol of Access or wheel chair symbol.
Blue Curb
Blue curb is parking for persons with disabilities
This parking is reserved for persons with disabilities.
Green Green
Green curb is for short-term parking
You can park here as long as you want if your vehicle displays a Disabled Person (DP) placard, Disabled Person (DP) license plate or Disabled Veteran (DV) license plate.
Parking Meter You can park here as long as you want if your vehicle displays a Disabled Person (DP) placard, Disabled Person (DP) license plate or Disabled Veteran (DV) license plate.
Resident and Merchant Permit Parking You can park here as long as you want if your vehicle displays a Disabled Person (DP) placard, Disabled Person (DP) license plate or Disabled Veteran (DV) license plate.
Parking Restrictions

Even if they have a valid Disabled Person parking placard or license plate, people with disabilities or disabled veterans MAY NOT PARK in the following areas:

  • In spaces marked with a crosshatched pattern next to a parking space with the International Symbol of Access or wheel chair symbol. These spaces are for wheelchair and wheelchair lift access only.

  • Next to red curbs. Red curbs indicate no stopping, standing or parking for all drivers.
  • Next to yellow curbs, which are for commercial vehicles to load and unload passengers or freight.

  • Next to white curbs, which are for loading and unloading passengers or depositing mail in an adjacent mailbox.
Parking AreasMeaning
Crosshatched or Striped Areas You can not park in spaces with a striped or crosshatched pattern.
Red Curb
No parking at red curbs
You can not stop, idle or park your car.
Yellow Curb
Yellow curb is for commercial loading
These areas are reserved for commercial vehicles.
White Curb
White curb is for passenger loading
These areas are reserved for picking up and dropping off passengers.