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Yes. However, if 60% or more of residents or property owners of a neighborhood think they need an RPP, then they can apply for it.
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No. However, if you park on the street without a parking permit, your car will be subject to parking restrictions.
Consent by at least 60% of residents or property owners in the street/neighborhood is required before request can be processed.
Annual costs of permit:
•Resident - $5.00
•Guest - $5.00
•One Day Pass - $0.10
•Temporary Construction – no cost (up to 45 days).
Phone: (512) 393-8440
Website: Residential Permit Parking Permit
Request for installation of RPP must be initiated by a resident or property owner whose property abuts the requested designated permit area.
RPP was created to address requests by citizens to regulate uncontrolled commuter parking on their streets.