Due to recent vendor changes, all payments* shall be sent to:
Parking Enforcement and ManagementOak Cliff Municipal Center320 E. Jefferson, Room 212, Dallas, TX 75203Monday through Friday, 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.
*Payments must be made with check, cashier's check, or money order. Electronic forms of payment cannot be accepted at this time.
Resident Parking Only (RPO)
A residential parking only (RPO) program establishes zones to restrict on-street parking during certain hours and days and allows only those vehicles displaying a parking permit (rear view mirror hang tag) to park within the zone. Any vehicle parked in the zone without a permit, during restricted hours and days, can be ticketed, towed, or immobilized.
Each resident or business in an RPO area can purchase a maximum of six hang tags. Hang tags cost $6 plus tax per year. To qualify for a permit, the person must show proof that they live or own a business in the zone which has been designated as RPO. Before issuing the tags, the City will investigate to reveal any unresolved parking violations. Households may also purchase a maximum of 50 one-day guest permits for events or parties on a specific date at a cost of 10 cents each.
Any vehicle parked in a designated zone during the effective hours (including vehicles with handicapped parking tag or license) must display the RPO hang tag or be in violation. Applicants are required to provide a copy of their driver's license with current address and utility bill or lease agreement. Complete the RPO Application. To learn more about the RPO program, click here, and search "Chapter 28, Division 5C."
RPO hangtag applications are accepted by mail or in person
An Application for Parking Meter Reservation is required from each company/organization prior to meter hooding or temporary removals for specific purposes.
The Application for Parking Meter Reservation can be submitted by fax, mail, email or in person. Email submittals must be sent to designated email: TRNMeterHooding@dallas.gov
***For Meter Hooding/Removals Only*** If you would like to pay with credit card, you may call our contractor, SP+, at 214-748-1293
***Beginning Spring 2023 all permitting processes associated with the FPPL will be a joint effort with the Office of Special Events (OSE) and the Department of Transportation - Parking Management & Enforcement***
This License is a specialized license that authorizes parking within the designated area outside the Fair Park grounds as provided for in Dallas City Code Ch. 32-21 to 32-28.3 for the State Fair of Texas or other special events as designated by City Council.
How do I apply for a license?To successfully apply for a Fair Park Parking License, three (3) items are needed: a completed application, current government issued photo ID, and documents showing evidence of ownership or permission by owner.
*You will need to submit one application for each license needed
2. Upload all supporting documentation to the Eproval system, which includes:
Picture ID: Current driver's license OR Current passport OR Current government issued identification card*Temporary paper renewals will not be acceptedAND
Picture ID: Current driver's license OR
Current passport OR
Current government issued identification card
*Temporary paper renewals will not be accepted
Owner: Property tax records with your name on them OR Deed or title of property with your name on it OR Recent utility bill in your name with address on it OR Closing Statement showing you as owner if you recently purchased the property and tax records are not updated yet OR (business owners only) Current Certificate of Filing from Office of the Secretary of State showing owner's name
Lease and/or utility bill with requestor name at current address (if applicable) OR (business owners only) Current Certificate of Filing from Office of the Secretary of State showing owner's name
How many licenses do I need?You will need a license for:
How much does each license cost?
Each license costs $100.00 + tax NOTE:
The fees associated with each license are non-refundable. These fees are not guarantees of licenses, but rather help cover costs associated with the review of applications, processing licenses, and enforcement of licenses.
How long are they good for?Fair Park Parking Licenses expire each year on May 31 and must be renewed annually. Renewals should begin at least 30 days before it expires.
Is there a deadline to get the applications turned in?Yes. According to Dallas City Code, licenses cannot be issued any later than 5 business days (1 full week) before the day the event begins. For example, the State Fair of Texas always starts the last Friday of September. This means no licenses can be issued after the second-to-the-last Friday of September.
Commercial Loading Zone Permit Fees:Annual Permit - $50Temporary Permit - $12.50Replacement Permit - $25
Commercial Loading Zone permits can be purchased at the Parking Enforcement and Management office:Oak Cliff Municipal Center320 E. Jefferson, Room 212, Dallas, TX 75203 Monday through Friday, 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.
A license for a valet parking service is required when a commercial establishment or commercial activity uses a valet parking service that operates on public right-of-way or operates on private property but requires the use of public right-of-way for maneuvering vehicles. A license is not required for occasional valet parking service provided at a private residence or in connection with a social or fund-raising activity.
Valet Parking Permits can be applied for through the Parking Enforcement Section. For additional questions, please call (214) 948-5346.
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