CPRA Permits and Maps
You can register your vehicle for a CPRA permit at the Park Durham office or register online by following the instructions. In order to obtain a Residential Permit, you must attach a copy of your vehicle registration showing a qualified CPRA Zone address. View eligible streets in the CPRA Zone.
Controlled Parking Residential Area Maps
In order to obtain a Visitor Permit pass for your guests, you must first have an approved Resident Permit pursuant to 1-11 (b) (c) of Ord. No. 14811, § 1, 6-15-2015. If you have a Resident Permit, login with your Permit ID and Vehicle Plate number found in your approval email and follow the instructions to obtain a Visitor Temporary Pass. Once the guest vehicle plate has been added, the visitor permit will be valid for your guest for a maximum of one week. If your guest is visiting for more than one week, a guest may be issued a visitor permit pass for an additional week once the original visitor pass has expired. If your guest is visiting for more than one week, a guest may be issued a visitor permit pass for an additional week by following the same process once the original visitor pass has expired.
A Special Permit is for a service provider to a CPRA residence or a Temporary Rental Vehicle for a CPRA resident. In order to obtain a Special Permit, the CRPA resident must attach a copy of the vehicle registration showing a qualified CPRA Zone address. If you do not have a copy of your vehicle registration please attach a copy of your Residential Lease Agreement and a recent Utility Bill displaying the approved CPRA address.
Note: You will not be receiving a CPRA sticker or hangtag. Permit Parking is controlled and enforced through your license plate number. Please ensure your license plate number is correct when applying for a permit.