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Parking Pass Online Renewal Begins September 20; Pick-up on October 19

Register online from September 20 through October 16 for RPP Area 12 Charles Village & 12A Abell Permits. Go directly to secure online site: You may view an instructional video at the site that will guide you through the application process. If you currently have a parking permit, you are already in the City’s RPP database. Enter your driver's license number and last name or password.

Baltimore City’s annual Residential Parking Permits cost:

Parking Permit (decal) $20

Visitors Pass $20

If you register after October 16, you must go to the Parking Authority office at 200 W. Lombard St. to pick up your permit. Yu may purchase and pick up permits downtown starting October 7 (downtown pick-up is not available Oct. 19-22). All current permits expire October 31. A parking citation (fine) for not displaying a current RPP decal or visitor’s pass is $52 for each occurrence.

If this is your first time applying for a parking permit, you must go to the Parking Authority office at 200 W. Lombard Street, Suite B, to apply for and pick up your RPP Parking Permit in person. Park for free in the garage above the office with validation after registering. Office hours: Monday – Friday, 8 a.m. – 5 p.m. For more information, please open this instructional flyer.


You must bring the required documentation - proof of residency and current vehicle registration - to pick up your permits.

Morning — WAVERLY FARMERS MARKET from 9 a.m. - Noon Table on 32nd Street by Barclay Street

Afternoon — EDDIE’S CHARLES VILLAGE MARKET from 1 - 4 p.m. Table at 3117 St. Paul Street

Thanks to community volunteers, Eddie’s Charles Village Market and the Waverly Farmers Market for making the RPP community pick-up possible. To help with distribution on October 19, please contact Jim Anthony at for the morning distribution, or Sandy Sparks at for the afternoon.

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