General Parking Permit Information

Permanent Residential Parking Permits:
Residents interested in obtaining permit parking for their street should contact the Public Safety Department at (562) 925-0124 to discuss the permit process and associated rules.

  • Each household in a permit parking district is limited to four (4) permanent parking permits.
  • Permits are able to be shared among vehicles and must be visibly displayed from the rear-view mirror.
  • Permits expire at the end of each calendar year.
  • Costs (prices are reduced by half starting July 1st):
    • $50 for each of the first two (2) permits.
    • $100 for the third permit.
    • $200 for the forth permit.
Guest Permits:
  • Guests permits are available to any residence within a permit parking district (please note your address must be in an existing permit district).
  • There is no cost for guest permits.
  • Permits are valid for one (1) calendar day.
  • Residents are allowed a maximum of fifteen (15) guest permits for any single day. Guest permits are only available for any Federal Holiday and an additional three (3) non-holiday days per year.
Recreational Vehicle and Recreational Trailer Overnight Permits:
  • Permits are available for one (1) to three (3) days. Residents may obtain these permits for a maximum of six (6) days per month and a total of fifty (50) days per year.
  • Parking a recreational vehicle or recreational trailer between the hours of 12 a.m.-6 a.m. without a permit is illegal and is subjected to a citation.
  • Permits cost $5.00.

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Where can I pay my citation?

Where are street sweeping signs located? Are signs required to be posted a certain amount of feet between each other?

How long do I have to pay my citation until a late fee incurs?

How can I contest a ticket?

Why do we have an active parking enforcement program in Belllflower?

I got a $57 citation for parking on the street during street sweeping, even when all the trash cans were out as well. Why is the fine so large and why would the street be swept with the cans in the way?

I tried to talk to a community services officer and he/she wasn't very responsive. How come the officer didn't hear me out?