The City's Residential Parking Zone program was established by City Council in March 2005. The program restricts parking in specific neighborhoods within the City of Hyattsville. As of April 2019, the City's Residential Parking Ordinance requires you to have a permit to park in a Residential Parking Zone for more than 30 minutes during the times posted on signage in the Zone.
o reduce the spread of COVID-19, the City is not accepting in-person or mailed residential parking applications until further notice.
Each household in a Residential Parking Zone will also receive a booklet of 100, one-day guest passes, as well as one five-day guest pass. Additional passes are available upon request.
Additional or Special Permits Parking Application
The application for additional Residential Parking Permits or special permits can be found here. Please note that Special permits and additional permits are not guaranteed, and are reviewed in the order in which they are received.
Notice of Enforcement
Residents that live within a Residential Parking Zone and have not yet applied are encouraged to do so immediately, as enforcement begins September 16 with warnings, and fines will be issued starting October 7.
Requests and Concerns
To express a concern, please use this form. Your comments will be shared with parking staff and the City Administrator. Please note that additional permits are now being considered, and once initial rollout of the program is complete, staff will consider resident requests and concerns and make modifications as appropriate.
Becoming a Residential Parking Zone
Residents interested in designating their block as part of a Residential Parking Zone are required to have a petition signed by 51 percent of residents in the requested zone. You can access the petition here.
Residential Parking Zone Maps
Click here to visit a web map designed to help residents determine which residential parking zone their address falls within.
To view a PDF map of each residential parking zone, click on a tile below.