Resident Parking Permit Information
At the 3rd Precinct Police/Community Relations Council Meeting on November 15, 2022, an issue came up about Residential Parking Problems.
In many areas, residents without adequate parking for their own Residences/Apartment buildings, use street parking near other Apartments or Residences, often park in other residents' alleys, or park blocking driveways.
We asked about the ability to get resident-only parking stickers in some neighborhoods.
Here is the response from Detroit City Council Member Gabriela Santiago-Romero ‐ District 6's representative:
- Link to ordinance with complete details can be found on the City's website here, from 2019 > > >
Note: On 03/06/19, An ORDINANCE to amend Chapter 55 of the 1984 Detroit City Code, Traffic and Vehicles was approved:
Article II, Enforcement Division, Residential Parking Permits, by repealing sections 55-2-21 to 55-2-26; by adding Subdivision A, Designation criteria, petition process, by adding sections 55-2-21 to 55-2-25 and so on.
The updated section of the Ordinance begins on Page 7, Line 10:
Subdivision A. Designation criteria; petition process.
Purpose. It is the purpose of this Division to establish a residential parking permit program.....
- Here is link to the petition that would need to be filed > > >
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- District 6 has also prepared a one-page FAQ:
From: THOMAS “TJ” ROGERS (he/him/his)
COMMUNICATIONS & ENGAGEMENT MANAGER
Detroit City Council Member Gabriela Santiago-Romero ‐ District 6
Questions should be addressed to your Department of Neighborhoods
Manager or your Councilperson:
District 5 -
Joshua Roberson, District 5 Manager
City of Detroit - Mayor's Office
Department of Neighborhoods
Councilperson's Contact Information > > >
Community District Office - Butzel Family Center
7737 Kercheval Ave
Detroit, MI 48214
- Mon & Wed 11:00 am - 5:00 pm