The residential parking permits are not valid in ParkPlus zones, in "No Stopping" zones, or other restricted areas such as loading zones, handicap zones or no parking areas around schools. Your Residential Parking Permit is valid within your designated zone only. Residential parking permits allow you to park in residential parking zones and time-restricted parking zones. As long as you obey traffic bylaws, you may park anywhere in the restricted area or zone for which you have a permit. Visitor permits are only valid within 150 metres of the resident’s address.What should I do with the residential parking permit if I sell my vehicle?
If you have a digital permit and you sell your vehicle, cancel the Residential Parking Permit in your online account. Visit permits.calgaryparking.com for more information.
If you are purchasing another vehicle you may obtain a permit for the new vehicle with the updated vehicle registration.
The CPA will refund the cost of third and additional parking permits to the permit holder in the following circumstances:
If you have a digital permit and you move, cancel the Residential Parking Permit in your online account. Visit permits.calgaryparking.com for more information.
A personally registered vehicle can not be claimed as a company vehicle unless it states the company name on the registration. No permits will be given to vehicles that weigh over 4,500 kg.Can I get a Residential Parking Permit if my vehicle is registered with a PO box? I am a dual resident with one of my residences outside of Calgary. Can I get a parking permit?