Jessica Fisher

New Convenience for Residential Parking Pass Holders

Jessica Fisher, Public Information Assistant, 509.625.6749

Wednesday, February 28, 2018 at 4:32 p.m.

New Convenience for Residential Parking Pass Holders

We have great news for our residential parking pass users; we are going paperless!

In May, the City will transition over to paperless passes for residents that utilize the residential parking pass at on-street meters. The new paperless passes will be available using Passport Parking’s E system. This will simplify the manual process, increase payment security, and allow the elimination and inconvenience of monthly paper passes. Parking Service Officers will be able to recognize your residential parking pass by your vehicle’s registered license plate number. By switching to this license plate recognition program, we will provide a more convenient experience for our users!

We are excited to make the transition to this convenient parking system. The system can be accessed through the internet or by phone using the Passport Parking app! The residential parking pass cost remains $25 a month. These passes are valid at all day meter stalls. Our goal it to transition all residential parking pass users in the next 60 days!

For more information about E permits or pay by phone services, you can go to Passport Parking’s website and download the Passport Parking app on Google Play, the Apple app store, or by going to

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