1120 SW Fifth Ave, Suite 800, Portland, OR 97204
Residents may qualify for a $60 annual parking permit in the Central Eastside for the following reasons:
Please submit your 2016-2017 permit renewal application and a copy of one of the following qualifying documents:
Mail completed application and documents to:
PBOT Parking Permits
1134 SW 5th Avenue
Portland, OR 97204
Submit via fax (503) 823-2515
Questions? Call (503) 823-2777
Residents and businesses currently use Zone G permits to park throughout the Central Eastside Industrial District (CEID), however with the TPAC subcommittee’s recommendation to prioritize users based on land use, the district would need to add another permit zone.
The subcommittee determined Zone G permits could continue to be made available only to residents and businesses in the zoned industrial areas, continuing to prioritize parking for employees. New Zone N permits are for the employment land use areas. The goal of this new permit area is to provide parking for customers and visitors. New development that is occurring in the district is only going to increase the demand for parking in this zone. Based on occupancy data that shows high utilization, this new zone will be phased out May 2017.
Zone N will take effect late spring 2015 after every address in the CEID receives an application for either Zone G or Zone N depending on land use.
The Central Eastside Industrial District (CEID) is growing. Its historic uses of warehousing and heavy manufacturing are being joined by new and emerging creative technologies, regional retail attractions, food and entertainment establishments and educational facilities.
Parking is an issue affecting the continued economic success and vitality of the CEID. With an existing shortage of both on-street and off-street parking, the district is challenged to meet the future parking demands of additional employees and customers.
Beginning in 2010, a stakeholder advisory committee representing Central Eastside property owners, business owners, public institutions and adjacent neighborhoods worked with the Portland Bureau of Transportation to develop an action plan to improve parking within the CEID. The Central Eastside Industrial Council (CEIC) was instrumental to this effort and was represented on the stakeholder committee by several of its elected officers.
The result is a comprehensive parking management plan that better matches up parking supply and demand in the district. In June 2012, the Portland City Council adopted the recommendations of the stakeholder advisory committee and directed the Transportation Bureau to begin implementing the initial actions to improve parking.
The Central Eastside Industrial District is made up of two different land use types: Industrial and Employment. The TPAC subcommittee recognized that people park in the different land use areas for different reasons. In order to help more people find parking while supporting the economic vitality of each land use, the subcommittee determined different priority users for each area. This way, employees can find parking in the industrial areas while customers and visitors can find parking in the employment areas.
We have a team of specialists ready to answer any of your permit, parking, and transportation-related questions:
For parking permit questions, contact email@example.com or call (503) 823-APPP (2777)
For questions about the Central Eastside Industrial Council Transportation and Parking Advisory Committee (TPAC), contact Peter Stark at firstname.lastname@example.org
For questions about the overall Central Eastside Parking Management Plan in the district, contact Lynda Viray at email@example.com
Important notice regarding parking permit changes in the Central Eastside beginning May, 2016
Information on the CEIC TPAC Subcommittee
CEID Parking Permit Zones G + N
See changes to permit parking in the district with the addition of new Zone M for the employment areas.
Map of the Central Eastside Industrial District
A plan to put each and every parking spot to its best use and to ensure that CEID employers and employees – as well as customers, suppliers and delivery services providers – can rely on convenient parking to conduct business.