Resident Parking Permits need annual renewals
RESIDENTS SHOULD BE SURE THEIR RESIDENTIAL PARKING PERMIT IS RENEWED FOR 2021.
THE SCHENLEY FARMS NEIGHBORHOOD HAS RESTRICTED STREET PARKING. RESIDENTS ARE ASKED TO RENEW THEIR PERMITS EACH JANUARY. THERE ARE NO LONGER STICKERS FOR CARS, BUT THE LICENSE PLATE NUMBERS ARE USED TO CHECK.
OVER THE ‘PANDEMIC WINTER’, NEARBY SCHOOLS WERE UNOCCUPIED AND THERE WAS LITTLE ENFORCEMENT OF TICKETS FOR EXTENDED PARKING BY NON-PERMIT HOLDERS. HOWEVER, CITY PARKING OFFICIALS HAVE RECENTLY RETURNED. AND UN-PERMITTED CARS PARKED FOR GREATER THAN ONE HOUR ARE LIKELY TO RECEIVE PARKING TICKETS.
How to renew Resident Parking Permit:
Your Residential Parking Permit expires each January and in order to renew your permit, you need to follow these steps:
Log in to your account at: http://pittsburghrpp.com
Click ‘Renew My RPPs’
Upload required documents to prove your ID and residency (a signed lease or full page version of an electric, gas, or cable/internet bill). All permit holders must upload documents every year to renew their permits.
Upload vehicle registration(s)
Select your choice of permit
Submit for approval.
After you submit your renewal application, staff will review your files. You will receive email confirmation that your permit has been approved and the payment has been processed, or you will receive an email that your application has been rejected and instructions to upload new documents.
Thank you for parking with us!
The PPA Team