There are several types of Residential Parking Permits available, each one requiring a Valid New Jersey Driver’s License, a valid New Jersey Vehicle Registration and a current utility bill listed to the person applying for the permit within the residential zone.
Permit stickers are available throughout the year but have an expiration date of December 31, XXXX.
Interested residents may contact the Parking Authority City of Camden at (856) 757-9300 with questions.
HOURS OF OPERATION: 7:30am-5pm
Requirements for residential parking permit:
You will need to have all three of these documents in your name, with the same address on them to that property where the residential parking is required.
You will need a:
Along with one of the following utility bills:
Bills that are not acceptable are cell phone bills, credit card bills, bank statements, w-2, insurance card or the bill, and a renter’s lease is not acceptable or required.
Permit comes with one visitor’s pass per household.
Requirements for Student parking permits:
Students will need the following:
Their license and registration does not have to have the address where they are living, but the utility bill must have their name and address on it to where they are living in that residential zone area.
Utility bill consist of PSEG, Cable, Lanline phone.
No visitors pass comes with student permits.
THERE ARE NO STUDENT-METER PERMITS FOR ANY ZONES
Requirement for Residential Meter parking permit:
You will need to have all three of these documents in your name, with the same address on them to that property where the residential meter parking is required.
You will need a:
Along with one of the following current utility bills:
Bills that are not acceptable are cell phone bills, credit card bills, bank statements, w-2, insurance card and a renter’s lease is not required or acceptable.
Meter permits are $60, cash, check, credit/debit card or money order for the year January-December, so if you purchase your permit in the middle of the year, it will still expire in December of that year and does not come with visitor’s passes at all.
How can I apply for the Residential Parking Program?
To apply for a permit you must first be a resident of a zone where the Residential Parking Program signs have been installed. Second, you must present a valid New Jersey Driver License, valid New Jersey Vehicle Registration and proof of residency such as original utility bill (cable, electric, water, tax bill, etc.) to be eligible for a permit.
How much does the permit cost?
The Residential Parking Permit is free of charge except when the residence is within a metered area. Residents residing in a metered area are issued metered parking permits that are ONLY valid at meters in that zone. The cost for a metered permit is $60.00 per permit.
How do I get a replacement for my Residential Parking Permit?
Under certain conditions, a permit can be replaced. There is a charge of $20.00 for replacement permits that are lost, stolen, or the purchase of new vehicle, etc. In the event the vehicle was stolen, a copy of the police report will be accepted to waive said fee.
Is my Temporary Parking Permit replaceable?
NO. Temporary visitor permits are not replaced under any circumstances.
If I sell my car, how can I get another permit?
You must remove the permit and return the old permit to get a replacement without cost. If the permit is not returned when the vehicle is no longer in your possession, the $20.00 fee is charged for issuance of the new permit.
I maintain two homes and my vehicle are registered to the other address. Can I get a permit?
NO. To be eligible to participate in the Residential Parking Program, you must reside at that address and present your driver’s license, vehicle registration and utility bill listed to that address to which you are applying within the residential zone.
Where should I place my residential decal or visitor permit if I have tinted rear windows, louvers or a rear window defogger, or if I drive a jeep / convertible top?
Place your permit on the front of your car passenger side windshield so that it is visible to enforcement when patrolling to avoid summons.
Can my Residential Parking Permit be revoked?
YES. If an applicant has falsified any information on the RPP application form, submits, false or doctored documents in order to obtain a parking permit, or allows someone other than a visitor at your RPP address to use or display the parking permit, it shall constitute a violation of the Residential Parking Program and the permit will be revoked. You will also be subject to a parking summons.