Residential Permit Parking Program (RPP) Revision

Residential Permit Parking Program (RPP) Revision
The RPP Review project has been assessing the purpose and function of Arlington’s RPP program, considering the program’s efficiency, user experience, and fairness. This is the first major review of the program in over 10 years.

Highlights of the proposed program include: 
● Expanding the number of households eligible to petition for restrictions and join the program 
● Linking the maximum number of annual permits that households in RPP zones can receive to whether that household has off-street parking
● Providing more parking options for short-term visitors and service providers
● Introducing a limited number of permits for elementary, middle and high school employees and employees who work at group homes
● Raising permit and pass fees to end general tax support for the program while offering a discount for low-income households
● Altering the petition process by removing the “out-of-area” test for vehicles parked on a petitioning street while raising the thresholds for parking occupancy and the share of households supporting the petition
Proposed program and comparison chart
Proposed administrative policies and procedures
Provide Feedback (deadline Oct 28)
More About RPP
LV’s RPP Survey