Renew online or in-person; existing permits expire June 30
Berkeley, California (Tuesday, June 29, 2021) - Use our online portal to renew your residential parking permit or sign up for a new one by June 30, when 2020-2021 permits expire. Starting July 1, you will need a 2021-2022 permit to avoid getting ticketed in residential parking permit areas.
Residents who had a 2021 permit should have received a renewal notice in the mail in April with instructions. If you did not receive a notice, log into your online account to renew an existing permit or apply for a new permit to ensure you are covered for July 1.
If you do not renew your permit before July 1, 2021, you'll need to submit a new permit application, including your photo ID and current vehicle registration.
Renew your permit online
Most residents renewing their permits can visit the online parking permit portal, and use their existing login information to renew permits. You can use the email account you used last year to reset your password.
Some residents may need to login using the link code that was mailed to you. If you lost the letter, call 311 or (510) 981-2489 to request your code.
If your renewal has incorrect information, such as listing the wrong RPP area, use the portal to apply for a new permit online. Likewise, residents whose permits are labeled "Suspended" in the online portal are asked to re-apply to re-verify residency. New online applications will be approved in 5-7 business days, and you will receive a confirmation receipt via email.
Renew in person
To renew in-person, download the application and take the completed forms with your supporting documents to:
City of Berkeley Customer Service Center
1947 Center Street, 1st floor
Mon-Thu: 10am to 2pm
Enforced through plates, not stickers
Once your application has been approved, your license plate will be your permit. You will not receive a sticker in the mail.
Renew your permit online or in person today.