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ATL Restricted Parking Neighborhoods

The City of Atlanta has several neighborhood parking districts which only allow parking on public right of way with valid, non-expired permit. The neighborhoods currently participating in the program are:

  • Ansley Park
  • Ardmore
  • Atkins
  • Brookwood Hills
  • Buckhead Forest
  • Glen Iris
  • Home Park
  • Inman Park
  • Inwood Circle
  • Midtown
  • Peachtree Park
  • Poncey-Highland
  • Vine City
  • Virginia Highland
  • Dickson Place
  • Peachtree Park
  • Forrest Street NW

Atlanta’s Residential Parking Information

Welcome to the updated and improved online parking permit system for your residential parking permit. We are excited to announce that we have transitioned from physical stickers to an efficient and user-friendly online platform. This change enhances residents’ convenience and contributes to a more sustainable future by eliminating paper waste and reducing administrative overhead.

Benefits of Our Online Parking Permit System:

  1. Simplified Process: Say goodbye to the hassle of picking up physical stickers and ensuring permits are displayed correctly. Our online system eliminates the need for physical permits, as your permits will be linked to your vehicle’s license plate. It’s a simple and seamless process that saves time and effort.
  2. Flexibility and Convenience: Managing your parking permit has never been easier. Our user-friendly web portal application lets you conveniently update your vehicle information, request guest permits, and make necessary changes to your permit details. This flexibility allows you to effortlessly maintain an up-to-date permit without any hassle.
  3. Real-Time Verification: With our online system, parking enforcement personnel can instantly verify validity through a digital database. This eliminates any confusion or errors that may occur with physical stickers and ensures a smoother parking enforcement process.
  4. Environmental Responsibility: By transitioning to online parking permits, we are taking a step towards a greener future. Eliminating physical stickers reduces paper waste and lowers the environmental impact of production and distribution.

Provision for Special Circumstances:

We understand that there may be certain circumstances where a physical sticker is necessary. We have implemented a provision to accommodate these special cases:

  1. Multiple Vehicles: We offer a case-by-case evaluation if you own multiple vehicles and require a physical sticker for each one. Please contact our Parking Permit Office to discuss your situation, provide the necessary documentation, and request a physical sticker if approved.
  2. Non-standard License Plates: Certain vehicles, such as motorcycles or vintage cars, may have non-standard license plates that cannot be easily linked to our online system. If you fall into this category, please reach out to our Parking Permit Office, and we will review your request to determine if a physical sticker is required.
  3. Temporary or Rental Vehicles: We understand that updating permit details for each vehicle can be impractical for residents who frequently use temporary or rental vehicles. In such cases, you may request a temporary physical sticker (subject to approval) for the duration of your need.

To request a physical sticker under special circumstances, please contact our Parking Permit Office at  (404) 330 -6501 or email   for the appropriate form and instructions. Our dedicated team will review each request carefully and decide based on the information provided.

We are committed to ensuring a smooth transition to our online parking permit system and addressing your individual needs. If you have any questions, or concerns, or require assistance, please do not hesitate to reach out to our Parking Permit Office. We value your feedback and are here to provide the support you need.

Thank you for your cooperation and commitment to a more efficient and sustainable parking experience.