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Posted on: July 28, 2017

Temporary Guest Parking Permits Now Available Online

Annapolis, MD (7-28-17) Annapolis Mayor Michael Pantelides announces that temporary  guest parking permits are now available for purchase online. 


“This new innovation is one more way we are making city life more convenient for residents and their guests,” said Mayor Pantelides. “Rather than requiring residents to pick up temporary guest parking permits at the Hillman Garage, they can now go online to purchase and print the permits or just email them from wherever they are.”


Residents who have already provided documentation establishing residency through the annual permit purchase process do not need to provide this documentation again when purchasing temporary guest permits. Residents who wish to continue purchasing temporary permits in person are welcome to do so.


Individuals can simply login to their account, proceed through the process, select a temporary permit, and enter the dates for which the permit is to be used.  Residents who live within one of the five Special Residential Parking Districts, but do not have an annual permit, may purchase temporary permits as well. They will need to provide documentation to support their residency in similar fashion to those with an annual permit. Go to and click on Residential Permits.


Once a temporary guest permit has been purchased online, it must be printed and placed on the guest’s vehicle dashboard so that parking ambassadors can scan the barcode.


To assist residents, Annapolis Parking professionals are available to provide in-person, step-by-step tutorials at the Noah Hillman Garage at 150 Gorman Street.  The purchasing portal utilizes encrypted “SSL” technology to protect customer data during the purchasing process. Residents with questions may contact Annapolis Parking at (410)571-4739 or for assistance. 

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