A resident living within a Residential Parking Zone (RPZ) may apply for a RPZ permit.
RENEWALS FOR 2019:
Update as of 3/1/2019:
The City is extending the grace period to renew parking permits through May 31, 2019. The new online parking system is not yet available. We anticipate a launch date by May 1, 2019 and we will provide you with instructions when the new system becomes available.
The City is implementing a new online parking system in early 2019, which will allow you to apply for new RPZ permits and renew permits online. In order to accommodate this transition, the City is authorizing a grace period through May 31, 2019, during which time your 2018 parking permit will continue to be in effect. Until this transition is complete and you have registered in the new system, please continue to display your 2018 parking decal.
Additional information with instructions on how to use the new parking system will be available soon.
Check back for updates relating to the new RPZ permit renewal timeline.
On December 5, 2018, Everett City Council adopted amended parking regulations for delivery and commercial vehicles.
Delivery Vehicles: Persons conducting loading, unloading, or delivery of tangible goods on more than a one-time basis may apply for an annual delivery vehicle parking permit, which exempts the permit holder from prohibitions on reparking in the Central Business District. It does not exempt the permitted vehicle from posted time limits.
Commercial Vehicles: Persons providing a service or repair, such as contractors, painters, plumbers, carpenters, electricians, or other service providers, on more than a one-time basis utilizing commercial vehicles, may apply for an annual commercial vehicle service parking permit. This permit exempts the permitted vehicle from prohibitions on reparking and restrictions on time limits.