Parking Permits

Parking permits for 2024 are now available!

City of Everett Parking Permit Portal

Click on the link above to create an account or log in to obtain Parking Permits.  

Parking permits for 2024 are now available on the City of Everett Parking Permit Portal. You must apply for a new permit annually. 

  • In the portal, select "Add a permit" 
  • Change the “Start Date” to 1/1/2024
  • If you are subject to permits fees (more than 2 residential permits or commercial permits), you will be required to enter credit card information. Payments are processed upon approval of permits.

The City no longer issues decals and your permit number is the registered vehicle’s license plate number.

If you experience an issue while using the portal, please try a different web browser. If you are unable to utilize the online system, please contact our office and we will mail a paper application to you. 

Once approved, permitted vehicles are free to park longer than the posted signs in their zone but not longer than 72 continuous hours in the same spot. If you have additional questions regarding parking rules, please contact Parking Enforcement.

For questions regarding Disabled Parking Signs on the street, please contact Traffic Engineering.  Disabled Placards are issued by the WA Department of Licensing. Snohomish County Auditor’s Office is a Vehicle Licensing Office.

  1. Residential Parking Permits
  2. Service Parking Permits

A resident living within a Residential Parking Zone (RPZ) may apply for a RPZ permit. The first two permits issued to each residence are free, and each additional permit is $20. 

To register for permits, please use the City of Everett Parking Permit Portal

When applying on the parking permit portal you will need to upload copies of the following:

Proof of Residency:

  • Valid driver license reflecting your current address, OR
  • Utility bill dated within 30 days of current date that displays your current address, OR
  • Deed, current lease, or rental agreement


Proof of ownership and/or control of vehicle:

  • Valid vehicle registration in your name, OR
  • Valid vehicle registration together with a vehicle lease or other documentation.

The holder of a residential parking zone permit may apply for a temporary visitor permit for guest vehicles. This permit is valid for ten days and is free of charge. If you have more than one visitor in one month, the fee for an additional permit is $10 per vehicle.