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Parking Permits

Parking Permit Program:
The parking permit zone was created to discourage high school students from parking in the adjacent residential areas around Tigard High School. This program was developed in response to complaints by area residents to address the shortage of parking and the nuisance created by loitering and littering.

Permit Zone:
City streets around Tigard's High School including 93rd, Martha, Millen, 87th, 88th, Stratford Loop and Court, Avon Court and Street, and Julia Place are part of Tigard's residential parking permit zone area. You only need a parking permit if you park on the street in the parking permit zone between 8 a.m. and 3 p.m. on a school day.

Application process:
Applications are available through the Tigard Police Department. For additional information, contact Julia Jewett at julia@tigard-or.gov or 503-718-2565.

Restrictions:
Parking on the streets within the residential parking permit zone without a permit will be prohibited on school days from 8:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.

Cost:
Tigard Police Department currently picks up all costs associated with the parking permit program.

Guest parking:
Owners can apply for a guest parking permit(s).

Exemptions:
You may feel that you need an extra guest permit if, for example, you have a regular worker, such as a nurse or housekeeper, and using a designated guest permit would be difficult or impossible. The Police Department is set up to handle requests for special exemptions on a case-by-case basis.

During summer break when school is not in session, parking restrictions are not enforced.

Permit abuse:
Permit abusers who allow improper use of their residential or guest permit and those that use them improperly are subject to a fine and loss of permit privileges.

For additional information, contact Julia Jewett at julia@tigard-or.gov or 503-718-2565.

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