Residential Parking Permits
For more information on the Residential Parking Permit program policy changes, or Residential Parking Zones, including how to request a new or modify residential parking restriction signs, visit Calgary.ca/rpp
The RPP program is changing based on the Residential Parking Policy changes approved by Council. In the updated program, different permit types are issued based on the building type for which the resident is applying.
As of May 23, 2023:
If any current permits expire between May 23 - September 30, 2023 and it hasn’t been renewed:
If any current permits expire after September 30, 2023:
What permit type is my address eligible for?
If you live in a small multi-residential or pre-1945 large multi-residential building, the Select Permit will be available on August 1, 2023. Until then, continue to apply for your standard Residential Parking Permit(s) and Visitor Permit(s).
Residential Parking Permit Fees
On August 1, 2023, a new fee structure for all parking permits will be introduced. Until then, there is only a fee to obtain a Market Permit or Low-Income Market Permit. The Select Permit will also be available on August 1, 2023.
Residential Parking Permit Zone Map: https://maps.calgary.ca/CalgaryParking/
Why do parking permits have a fee now?
Apply for a Parking Permit at www.MyParkingServices.com
On August 1, 2023, all parking permits will have a new fee. As a result, new applications for parking permits will expire on September 30, 2023. You may be able to renew or apply for and purchase a new permit starting August 1, 2023. This does not apply to Market and Low-Income Permits.
For detailed instructions on how to set up an online account, how to manage your parking in the Residential Parking Permit System, as well as frequently asked questions, visit permits.calgaryparking.com.
Where can I park with a Residential Parking Permit?
Parking permits allow permit holders to park in Residential Parking Zones within ‘except by permit’ and time-restricted parking zones for which they have a permit for, as long as they comply with the Calgary Traffic Bylaw and posted signage.
Visitor Permits, Market Permits, Low-Income Market Permits, Non-resident Landlord Permits, and Temporary Permits are only valid within 150m of the permit’s address.
ParkPlus (payment or registration required) Zones:
Standard Residential Parking Permits, Select Permits, Market Permits, Low-Income Market Permits, Non-resident Landlord Permits and Temporary Permits are NOT valid in ParkPlus zones, unless the parking signage states, ‘except by permit’. Visitor Permits are NOT valid in any ParkPlus zones, even if the signage states ‘except by permit’. If you choose to park in a ParkPlus zone that doesn’t state ‘except by permit’, payment is required.
If you choose to park in a ParkPlus zone that doesn’t state ‘except by permit’, payment is required.
When parking your vehicle with a parking permit, all safety or traffic flow restrictions must be followed. These restrictions include areas such as:
The fine for parking in a Residential Parking Zone without a valid permit is $75. Please read all posted signs for the zone specific restrictions in your area.