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The City of Portland, Oregon

Portland Bureau of Transportation

Phone: 503-823-5185

Fax: 503-823-7576

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

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Northwest Portland Parking

Important Parking Information for Zone M Residents and Business Owners

On-street parking in the Northwest District is difficult and limited. With the adoption of the Northwest District Parking Management Plan there are restrictions to Zone M permit parking.  Residents and business owners should not assume they will be eligible to purchase parking permits.  Please refer to the NW District Parking Permit Changes for Zone M.

*Low-income residents at 80% Area Median Income (AMI) can self-certify and pay $75 for a permit. 

Renewal forms were mailed out on July 15th. If you did not recieve yours, call 503-823-2777


Permit Nights

Learn more and get your permits processed in NW at one of the Permit Nights at the Lucky Lab at 1945 NW Quimby:

  • Thursday August 8th from 4-7pm

  • Tuesday August 13th from 4-7pm

  • You may also get a Transportation Wallet at Permit Night, either by opting our of your permit, or by paying $99. 

APPLICATIONS

Renewal applications were mailed to all Zone M residents and businesses July 15th. If you do not receive your application by July 25th, please submit a regular application and write "renewal" on top of the form.

Residential Permit | Business Permit | Shared Parking NW Portland


ZONE M MAP

Use this map to understand the different parking management zones with NW Portland and Zone M.


 

Timbers Event Parking and Restricted Event Parking

Meters around Providence Park stadium automatically act differently on Timbers home game days. Learn what they do and how they help the neighborhood.

Timbers Event Parking/ Restricted Event Parking


Contact Us: 503-823-2777 | parking@portlandoregon.gov

 


NW Plans & Guidelines

Click for NW Parking plans

NW Parking & Transportation Programs

Learn more about what's happening in NW

Data Reports

Data reports for NW SAC

Stakeholder Committee

A committee of residents and businesspeople is advising the city on the plan.