Residential Parking Permits
For designated neighborhoods, the City of Lafayette offers an annual Residential Parking Permit for $51.00 per year.
The permit expires December 31st.
Find out how to pay parking tickets online or how to contest a ticket.
Zoning regulations on the required parking for new or relocated businesses.
The Parking Ordinance Committee is nearing completion of its work to update the Parking Regulations. Out of this process came a Comprehensive Parking Inventory and Occupancy Study (here is a snip it), a draft Parking Management Strategy and a revised set of regulations (draft). Additional details can be found in the draft White Paper.
Check out the interactive map showing public parking in the Downtown and the Lafayette Commuter Guide.
Happy Valley Road Parking Permits
Are you a BART parker who lives in Lafayette and has had trouble finding parking? Effective December 1, 2016 the 40 on-street parking spaces under Highway 24 on Happy Valley Road will be available exclusively for Lafayette Residents as part of a 6-month test program.
Spaces will be available on a first-come, first-served basis and people parking must still pay the parking meter. If spaces are fully occupied during the test program, consideration will be given to making the arrangement permanent. You may contact project planners Emily Carroll at firstname.lastname@example.org or 925-299-3242 or Sarah Allen at email@example.com or 925-299-3208 if you have any questions.