Crescent Park 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 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.
For additional help, consult the Step by Step Duncan Permit Purchasing Guide(PDF, 1MB). 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 Onlineissues@DuncanSolutions.com.