Step 1 - Find out if this program is right for you. Refer to the Frequently Asked Questions on this page or call 443-573-2800 and ask to speak with someone in the Reserved Residential Handicap Parking program to determine if you meet minimum eligibility requirements.
Step 2 - Download an application or call 443-573-2800 and ask for Reserved Residential Handicap Parking to have an application mailed to you
Step 3 - Complete application thoroughly and return to the Parking Authority. To ensure that your application is processed in a timely manner, please return your notarized application with the following information:
Step 4 - Once the Parking Authority receives the application, it is checked for completeness including:
NOTE: If any of the above information is not included, the application will be returned to you.
Step 5 - Once all the required information is submitted and the signatures have been verified, you will receive a call to set up an interview at your home with the Reserved Residential Handicap Manager. During the interview, the manager of the program will:
(All installations are subject to underground utilities clearance unless existing sign posts can be used.)
Step 6 - The Reserved Residential Handicap Parking Manager submits a report to senior staff for final approval.
Step 7 – You are mailed a letter informing you of the outcome of your application.
Step 8 - If your application was approved, a work order will be submitted to the Department of Transportation for the installation of the poles and signs.
Step 9 - The Department of Transportation installs the signs. Please call the Reserved Residential Handicap Parking Manager at (443) 573-2800 if your signs have not been installed within 6 weeks of receiving your approval letter.
Step 10- If you have not renewed your application three months prior to the expiration date of your permit, you will be mailed a reminder letter with instructions on how to renew your permit.