College Terrace Residential Parking Permits
UPDATE ON PARKING ENFORCEMENT:
Parking enforcement (ticketing) has been paused in all commercial and residential parking districts since March 2020.
Enforcement will continue to be paused until September 30, 2021; it will resume on October 1, 2021 in all commercial and residential parking districts. Vehicles without valid permits will receive warning notices only, but no tickets/citations through September 30, 2021.
Exception: Enforcement for issues like parking during street-sweeping, blocking fire hydrants and red curbs, and any other violations prohibited by law is always in effect.
The College Terrace Residential Parking Permit Program (RPPP) provides parking relief to residents, students, employees, and employers who regularly park on neighborhood streets in the area. (View Map)
The College Terrace RPPP allows vehicles displaying a resident permit (decal), guest permit (hangtag), or day permit (hangtag), to use on-street parking, Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
In addition, all vehicles not displaying a permit, may park up to two hours during these specified time periods. Vehicles not displaying a permit, during these specified time periods and exceeding the 2-hour maximum parking allowance are cited by the Palo Alto Police Department.
If you are a resident of the area and interested in a parking permit, please visit the permit portal.
For additional help, consult this Step by Step Duncan Permit Purchasing Guide. On occasion, permit emails will be directed to your spam/junk folder. Please check this folder if you do not receive a message in your inbox. For technical or fulfillment issues, please contact our permit vendor for assistance. You can reach Duncan Solutions at (866) 210-2417; please listen very carefully to the full list of menu options to reach the phone tree's permit section. You can also email Duncan at Onlineissue@DuncanSolutions.com.