Area 48 (Riverside)
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Virtual Permits Only
Permits for Area 48, Riverside, are 100% virtual. No decals will be issued.
Blocks Included in Area 48
Residents who live on the following blocks may apply for a virtual permit beginning in January.
- 100 Block E. Fort Avenue, odd side (107‐121)
- 100 Block E. Fort Avenue, odd side (125‐137)
- 200 Block E. Fort Avenue, odd side (201‐213)
- 200 Block E. Fort Avenue, odd side (215‐223)
- 100 Block E. Randall Street, even side (102‐114)
- 100 Block E. Randall Street, even side (116‐136)
- 100 Block E. Randall Street, odd side
- 200 Block E. Randall Street, even side
- 1500 Block Light Street, odd side
- 1500 Block Light Street, even side
- 1500 Block Byrd Street, odd side
- 1500 Block Byrd Street, even side
- 1500 Block William Street, odd side
- 1500 Block William Street, even side
- 1500 Block Battery Avenue, even side
Citations issued in Riverside since the launch
|Dates||# Warning Citations Issued||# RPP Citations Issued||# Commercial Vehicle Citations Issued|
|2/14/21 - 3/19/21||160|
|3/20/21 - 4/20/21||97|
|4/20/21 - 5/20/21||28|
|5/20/21 - 6/20/21||20||2|
|6/20/21 – 7/20/21||5|
|7/20/21 – 8/20/21||4|
|8/20/21 – 9/20/21 –||1|
Sign Up for Email Alerts
- Riverside Parking Management Plan, Public Draft
- Residential Permit Parking
- Required Documents to get a permit
- Petition Documents
- Public Meeting Notice
- List of Streets
- Posted Restrictions
- Letter from the Department of Planning
- Sign up for email alerts
Area 48 Parking Management Plan
Download a draft of Area 48 plans that were reviewed at the public meeting held on August 6, 2019, which allowed for public comment at that time and for 6 months afterward.
- This plan includes which streets are eligible for permits.
- This plan explains who is eligible for permits and what permits they may acquire, including residents, businesses, churches, and schools in the area.
Residential Permit Parking
We suggest taking a picture of your driver's license and vehicle registration before applying for your permit.
Because this area is launching during the COVID-19 State of Emergency, the required documents are different than what is normally required. Be aware that next year, more documentation will be required.
Required Documents for Residents:
- Any Photo ID
- Current Vehicle Registration
- One form of Proof of Residency, such as:
- A Current Lease that is signed by all parties is not month-to-month. Month-to-month leases require residents to come to the PABC office each month to renew permits. Month-to-month or automatic renewal leases require additional documentation. Verbal confirmation is unacceptable. Customers showing a lease as proof of residency are still subject to relevant laws limiting the number of permits that may be issued to a residence. Please bring a copy of your lease that clearly identifies all persons residing in the dwelling unit or you may be denied permits.
- Sub-lease agreements that are not signed by the landlord must be accompanied by the original signed lease.
- Proof of home ownership (settlement papers)
- Current driver’s license that reflects your current address
- Utility bill in your name, reflecting current address, that is no less than 30 days old
Required Documents for Business Owners
Only non-commercial vehicles used by or registered to business owners are eligible for permits. Employee vehicles are not eligible.
- Articles of incorporation identifying owner and business
- Current vehicle registration
- Application for Residential Parking
- Letter of support from Parks and Recreation
- Riverside Petition Cover Sheet
- Riverside Petition Special Instructions
- Email sent to Area 48 subscribers on January 4, 2021
Scheduling a Visitor's Permit
Watch a video on how to schedule a visitor's permit.
If you have any questions or concerns regarding this area, please contact Residential Permit Parking, at 443‐573‐2819.