Yes, permits can be issued to people of any age, including children, who don’t drive or own a vehicle. Parents or guardians may apply on behalf of a severely disabled child. The permit will be issued to the named person with disabilities to use when that person drives or is a passenger in a vehicle.Please note, if the child is 18 years of age or older and is unable to sign the application, Guardianship papers or Power of Attorney must be provided.
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You need to submit a copy of your valid Driver License or Non-Driver ID. If your driver license or NDID does not list your current physical address, a utility bill, bank statement or credit card statement that includes your name and current physical address dated within the last six months must also be submitted with your application. If you are renewing a permit, you must also return the expiring permit.
Yes. Please submit all required documents along with your application to ensure prompt processing. Please note, you must also return the expiring permit.
Applications are processed within five to seven business days of receipt.
Parking permits issued to individuals with a permanent disability are valid for five years. Temporary Parking Permits are valid for a maximum of six months.