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
  • Saunders Street
  • Summerhill
  • Vine City
  • Virginia Highland

Atlanta’s Residential Parking Information

Application may be made by mail or in person at: Atlanta City Hall Department of Public Works, 55 Trinity Avenue, SW Suite 4900. (Download a Residential Permit Application)  All residential parking permits issued for a discrete residential permit parking area shall have a common expiration date. Full-term permits shall be valid for one year and must be renewed on an annual basis. (Ordinance 08-0-0872, Section 150-151. Permits terms; fees

The permit fee is $20.00 per year.

This application must be accompanied by: Copy of Driver’s License for the driver of the permitted vehicle; Additional proof of residency (utility bill, lease contract, etc.); Copy of Current vehicle registration.

The address provided on the application must be an address within a Residential Parking Permit area.

The Residential Parking Permit shall be permanently attached to the inside lower corner of the rear window, driver’s side.

A Residential Parking Permit shall be displayed only on the vehicle described on the permit application.

A Residential Parking Permit does not authorize parking or standing a vehicle in an area where parking is prohibited.

The City Code prohibits more than two permits per single family address and one permit per unit of multi-family addresses.

Furnishing false information to obtain a Residential Parking Permit or using such permit in a fraudulent or unlawful manner is punishable by a $1,000 fine or 60 days in jail.

For more information about residential permit parking, please email your questions to or visit the City of Atlanta Residential Parking Permit website.

Forms & Applications