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Portland Bureau of Transportation

We keep Portland moving

Phone: 503-823-5185

Fax: 503-823-7576

1120 SW Fifth Ave, Suite 800, Portland, OR 97204

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Parking Permits


Sample driveway clearance drawing

How much can a citizen paint yellow at their driveway

Area Parking Permit Program (APPP)

Program designed to help citizens who live or work in non-metered areas by controlling commuter parking in their area

Driveway Clearance Application

Use this form to apply for a driveway clearance.

Maintenance Parking Permit

The Maintenance Parking Permit is for maintenance, service or repair work.

Commercial Parking Permit

Commercial vehicles can park at metered parking and truck zones for specific amounts of time with this parking permit.

Angle Loading Parking Permit

Because of building designs and increasing size of delivery vehicles, special angle loading parking permits are necessary to maintain worker and road user safety.

Disabled Parking Permits

Disabled Parking Permits are issued by the Oregon Driver and Motor Vehicle Services (DMV).

Non-Profit Parking Permit

This permit allows non-profit organizations to park vehicles at metered parking.

Media Parking Permit

With this permit, a media vehicle may park without fee at any metered space while covering special events and emergencies.

Government Parking Permits

Government Parking Permits are for official government business.

Mailbox Clearance

Application and information for installation of "No Parking" mailbox clearance signs

Driveway Clearance

Information on how to piant your own driveway clearance, pay the City to paint your driveway clearance, or request a special driveway clearance

Delivery Parking Permit

Delivery permits allow vehicles to park at metered parking for specific amounts of time.

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