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East Boston Resident Parking Program Expanded to Horace, Homer, Byron and Moore Streets

October 24, 2014

Transportation

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Transportation

At the request of East Boston City Councilor Sal LaMattina and neighborhood residents, the Boston Transportation Department is expanding the East Boston Resident Parking Program to include Horace, Homer, Byron and Moore Streets.  Neighborhood Residents are reminded that it is necessary for them to apply for a Resident Parking Permit.  In the coming weeks, Parking Enforcement Officers will issue courtesy flyers to vehicles parked in the area.  Actual enforcement of the new regulations will begin on Monday, November 10, 2014.

To obtain a Resident Parking Permit, residents must present their vehicle registration showing their name and current East Boston address.  Residents must also present a current proof of residency, dated within 30 to 45 days, in the form of a utility bill, bank statement or credit card bill, with the same name and address as on the registration.

Residents may apply for the permit online at www.cityofboston.gov/parking, click on Resident Parking and then New Permit.  They may also apply for the permit at the Office of the Parking Clerk, Room 224, City Hall, Monday through Friday, between the hours of 9 AM and 4:30 PM.

Residents should also be aware that all overdue City of Boston parking tickets must be paid before a permit will be issued.  Payments may be made as follows.

  • By phone, #617-635-3888 with MasterCard or Visa.
  • By web, www.cityofboston.gov/parking, click on parking violations payments.
  • In person, the Office of the Parking Clerk, Room 224-City Hall.

Vehicles parked in violation of the City of Boston’s Resident Parking regulations without a valid permit are subject to a $40 parking ticket fine.