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Parking & Permits
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>>> Parking, Permits, and How to Get One
>>> Frequently Asked Questions
The Bolton Hill Residential Parking Program issues
approximately 1,000 permits annually so that residents
have a place to park that is reasonably near their homes.
The Mount Royal Inprovement Association helps
residents navigate the program by appointing a volunteer Residential Parking Permits Coordinator.

Parking restrictions are in force Monday through Friday
between 7AM and midnight in all signed blocks in Bolton Hill.
Cars without permits may park for two hours.  

Residents of Bolton Hill may purchase annual permits
(windshield decals) from the Parking Authority's
Residential Parking Permit (RPP) office or online.
Proof of residency within Area 3 and vehicle registration (click here for acceptable documentation) must be presented to obtain permits either at Bolton Hill's Neighborhood Pick-Up in late March or at the Parking Authority Office.

Permits expire March 31. Renewal permits can be purchased
ordinarily beginning the last week of February. Click here to purchase both decals (up to 2) and Visitor's Passes (up to 2). For a list of Frequently Asked Questions, click here.

New residents must purchase decals and Visitor's Passes at the Parking Authority Office downtown. Please bring all required documentation. (Click here for acceptable documentation.)

The Parking Authority Office is located at 200 W. Lombard St., Baltimore, MD 21201. Free parking validation is given for RPP customers who park in the Arena Garage (entrance at 99 S. Howard St.).


CLICK HERE for Parking, Permits, and How to Get One;
full instructions & information. 

CLICK HERE for frequently asked questions.

Email the Bolton Hill's volunteer Residential Parking Permit Coordinator.


To contact the Parking authority: 
email: rpp@bcparking.com 
phone: 443-573-2800, ext. 819 or 863.

The online application process, as well as an entire description of the City Program can be found on the City's web site (click on the image below).
New residents are urged to visit these web pages and/or contact the RPP office as there are specific documents which may be needed to present in person to initially register for your parking decal and/or visitors permits.

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