What is the difference between a Municipal Lot and a Residential Lot?

A Municipal Lot is a public space that allows parking for Non-Resident and Resident permit holders, and in some cases paid hourly users.

A Residential Lot as well as On-Street Permit parking is for Residents only.

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1. What are the Parking Permit fees?
2. What payment methods are accepted?
3. Where do I apply for a Parking Permit?
4. What is the difference between a Municipal Lot and a Residential Lot?
5. What do I need to apply for a Non-Residential Municipal Lot Parking Permit?
6. What do I need when I apply for a Residential Municipal Lot Parking Permit?
7. What do I need to bring with me when I go to apply for a Residential On-Street or Residential Lot Parking Permit?
8. When and how do I renew my Municipal Lot Permit?
9. When and how do I renew my Residential On-Street or Residential Lot Permit?
10. Where is the Parking Department Office Located?
11. What are the Parking Departments office hours?
12. How do I dispute a Parking Ticket?
13. Where can I get a copy of my Parking Ticket?
14. How do I pay a Parking Ticket?
15. Can I get a refund for an overpayment I made at a parking meter?
16. I’m having trouble with a parking meter. Where can I get help?
17. I lost my Parking Deck access card or it stopped working, how do I get a replacement?
18. I lost my monthly/yearly parking permit or it got destroyed, how do I get a replacement?
19. Do I need a hang tag for the Municipal Lots?