It’s time to renew your Area 3 parking permits, as all current permits will expire on March 31.
Starting February 20, you may renew your permits online at the Parking Authority website. Permits and visitors’ passes are $20 each.
Residents who are new to the neighborhood must apply for permits in person. Find more information about residential parking permits here.
Permits can be retrieved either at the neighborhood’s community pick-up days at Memorial Episcopal Church (1406 Bolton Street—note different location this year due to renovations at Brown Memorial Episcopal Church) or at the Parking Authority.
All residents must present current documentation when picking up permits. These documents include your current Maryland Vehicle Registration with an Area 3 address, plus one of the following that shows an Area 3 address:
If picking up permits on neighborhood pickup days:
As in years past, you will also be able to renew your MRIA community membership at the same location on those two days. A big thanks to Memorial Episcopal Church for offering their space to us this year, and to Patsy Andrews, who has organized our convenient neighborhood pickup for many years.
You can also obtain your permits at the Parking Authority Office, 200 W. Lombard Street, Suite B, 21201. Office hours are 8 a.m.–5 p.m., Monday through Friday. The office also will be open on Saturday, March 17 from 9 am–1 p.m., and open late on Tuesday, March 27, until 8 pm. TIP: you can park for free at the Arena Garage (entrance at 99 S. Howard St.) with validation from the Parking Authority Office.
In addition to credit cards, the Parking Authority also accepts checks and money orders made out to the Director of Finance. Cash is not accepted.
If you have any questions or concerns, please contact the Parking Authority at email@example.com or 443-573-2800, extensions 819 or 863. You may also contact your Area 3 representative, Patsy Andrews, by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.