Renewing Your Residential Parking Permit
Starting on August 1, 2017, residential parking zones will be transitioned to the online RPP system as zones come up for renewal. For more information on the online system, visit permits.calgaryparking.com.
Paper residential parking permits expire annually. You can renew your parking permit up to two (2) months in advance of your zone's expiry date. In the online RPP system, your digital permits will be valid for two years from the date they are issued.
As per usual, we will mail you a reminder notice when you are eligible to renew your permit during this transition. Please note, you do not need a renewal letter to be able to renew your permit.
The expiry dates for your zone in 2017/2018 are:
January 31: Zone C, SCA, BEW
February 28: Zone J, FF, OO, PP, QQ, VV, QRP
March 31: Zone K, L, XX, SSW, SPR, CHR, AUB
April 30: Zone D, GG, HH, MM, WW, STR, GDL, MRL
May 31: Zone I, N, Q, R, U, CC, II, KK, SS, ZZ, SIG, TUS, RRRO
June 30: Zone JJ, LL, BBB, SBH, KI
July 31: Zone E, Y, AA, BB, NN, UU, GGR, FHT
August 31: Zone F, RR, RCK, ASP
September 30: Zone H, S, X, TT
October 31: Zone G, M, V, DD, EE, WHI, SNA, MRT, CFC
November 30: Zone O, P, T, WGT, SAD
December 31: Zone W, Z, SDC
Special Permit Zones
Two special permit areas exist in Bridgeland (Zone AAA) and Somerset (Zone YY). A $25 plus GST ($26.25) per year fee applies to the permits in these areas. One permit is issued per residence. The expiry dates for these zones are as follows:
September 30: Zone AAA (Available for issue on or after September 1)
December 31: Zone YY (Available for issue on or after December 1)
Courtesy renewal letters are not available in special permit zones.
How to Renew your Residential Parking Permit
If you qualify for a residential parking permit and your zone has transitioned, visit permits.calgaryparking.com for information on how to apply for your Residential Parking Permit.
If you qualify for a residential parking permit and your zone has NOT yet transitioned, you can renew your permit:
Please note, the Calgary Parking Authority does not keep previous permit applications or documentation. Therefore, you will need to provide the same documentation each year you apply for a permit.
Please ensure that you bring the required documentation; click here to see the documents required when applying for residential parking permits.
Residential Parking Permit Costs
Effective November 1, 2011, dwellings requiring more than 2 vehicle permits will be required to pay $50 plus GST ($52.50) per year for the third and subsequent permits issued. Payment by cash, cheque, credit card or debit card will be accepted.
Note: this does not apply to Visitor permits.
This change is the result of a revision to the Calgary Traffic Bylaw 26M96 under section section 22 (4)(b).
The Calgary Parking Authority is authorized to issue residential parking permits per Dwelling Unit as follows:
(a) 2 permits at no cost, and
(b) additional permits upon payment of a fee of $100.00 per permit.