Crescent Park Residential Parking Permits



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 Crescent Park No Overnight Parking (NOP) permit program was initiated as a response to resident concerns about non-Palo Alto residents parking within the neighborhood. A no-overnight restriction was implemented to eliminate parking from outside sources. (View Map)

The NOP program restricts parking from outside sources during the hours of 2 a.m. – 5 a.m.. Only residents of streets within the program boundaries are eligible to purchase permits. Residents are allowed up to two annual hangtag permits per household at a cost of $50 each. Permits are sold at various times of the year and permits purchased after the initial 6-months of the program are sold at a prorated basis. 

If you are a resident of the area, visit the Permit Portal to purchase a permit for you vehicle. 

Permit Portal