The Office of the Parking Clerk advances the City's vision for efficient and effective parking solutions that support economic growth and development while providing residents, visitors and business owners with easy to use technology, clear information and operational transparency.
ATTENTION: Starting on May 1st, 2023 the Parking Department will begin new hours of operation. Residents and guests will now be able to visit our offices, at our new hours, on Monday & Wednesdays between 8AM - 7PM and Tuesday & Thursday between 8AM - 5PM. On Fridays the Office Of the Parking Clerk will now be closed.
City of Revere Parking Permits/Placards
City-Wide Overnight Parking Program
2023 Permit Stickers & Zones (Update: 11/03/2022)
The City Of Revere Parking Department will honor 2022 Permits into the new year! March 1st, 2023 will be date of expiration for all 2022 permits/placards. Mailings of the new permits will begin on the 1st week of February 2023. Resident Stickers & Visitor Placards will be available for in person application on February 27th, 2023. Online application is now available! Please click on the "Apply Online" button below in the Resident Parking Sticker section.
If you do not receive a permit in the mail during the 3rd week of February then please visit the office to apply for a sticker on Monday - Thursday at 8:15am - 5:00pm or on Fridays at 8:15am - 12:15pm.
Please contact us by phone at : 781-629-2542 or 781-629-5127 or Email: Parking@Revere.org for more information on alternative ways to apply for a sticker or pick up a sticker up at your convenience.
Please note: All 2022-2023 late/marked Parking tickets and Excise taxes must be up to current in order for you to receive a 2023 resident permit. Visitor permits require you to fill out an application and payment. We DO NOT mail visitor permits unless an application is filled and proper documents with fee are settled.
Residential Parking Regulations
A resident sticker is required to park on any city street between the hours of 12:00AM - 6:00AM daily, except holidays. 24/7 “Resident Parking Only” parking restrictions are in place on multiple streets in most neighborhoods of Revere. The program prevents long-term parking by non-residents on residential streets. You need a permit to avoid getting a ticket.
If you applied online and were not able to find your street listed or are inquiring about an application status please contact City Hall Systems to add your address or check your application status.
The permit is free to residents whose vehicles are registered to a Revere address and do not have any outstanding parking tickets or excise taxes due to the City. If you have not received a permit in the mail you must apply. Please apply online below.
Parking Department Facebook
The Parking Department would also love to welcome Resident to follow news and updates on our City Facebook Page. We try out best to keep you up to date on any parking issues, street sweeping, resident parking and parking alerts. Please feel free to follow our page and share your questions or concerns.
Send your appeal request with relevant contact information, please be sure to include a phone number, ticket number, and ticket date to:
City of Revere Office of the Parking Clerk 300 Broadway, Main Floor - Suite #2 Revere, MA 02151
You can also complete your appeal request in person at the Office of the Parking Clerk.
Failure to pay or appeal a parking violation within twenty-one (21) days will result in additional late fees, and may also result in the non-renewal of the registered owner’s driver’s license and/or vehicle registration (M.G.L. c. 90 §§ 20A½ - 20C, and 20E as amended) and may also be subject to the tow and hold provisions of M.G.L. c. 90 § 20A½. The law does not affect in any way your right to appeal to Superior Court.
Parking Meters are active and being enforced from 9 AM to 7 PM Monday through Saturday. Parking is Free on Sundays and Holidays. Please be sure to pay your meter to avoid being ticketed. For contactless payments at the meter download the Passport Parking App (or ParkBoston) free to your mobile device.
Holidays and Snow Days
Please make a note that on Holidays and during snow emergencies there will be no enforcement occurring from the Parking Department.
Pay by mail: Do not mail cash. Pay only by money order or check made payable to the City of Revere. Write your ticket number and plate number on the front of your payment to ensure proper credit. Mail the parking violation along with your payment to:
City of Revere Parking Violations
P.O. Box 203 Milford, MA 01757
Pay in person at: The Office of the Parking Clerk, 300 Broadway, Revere, MA 02151, Monday to Thursday 8:15 AM to 2:00 PM, Friday 8:15 AM to 12:15 PM Cash, check, money order, credit, and debit cards are acceptable forms of payment. Only cash, money orders, and credit/debit cards will be accepted as payment for parking violations which are marked at the Registry of Motor Vehicles.
4. If the Fine Amount is full payment and received under 21 days of the issue date of the violation, no further action will be taken. If the Fine Amount is unpaid in 21 days a Late Penalty fee of $10.00 will be added. If a Fine goes unpaid for 45 days a penalty of $20.00 will be added as well as a $20.00 RMV Marked Penalty "Non-Renewal of License/Registration"
In an effort to keep our streets clean, street sweeping in effect from April 1st to December 31st. Please be advised vehicles parked in violation will be subject to ticketing and towing. Please be aware of signage in your neighborhood for applicable parking restrictions. You can find your street sweeping day on the City's website and sign up free for alerts.
Frequently Asked Questions
Could I pay my parking tickets with Debit or Credit Cards?
Yes, currently all card payments could be made online at:
You would need to show proof of residency and a copy of your vehicle registration (vehicle must have a garage location in Revere). No charge for permit once application is filled. Once application is filled you will receive Residential Permit in the mail in 7-10 Business days or same day in person.
How do I qualify for a Visitor permit with and without a registration?
A Visitor Permit must be submitted via application/online application. Residents are asked to fill out the Visitor Permit Application and provide us a utility bill and copy of your registration/apartment lease (2 forms of identification).
Please keep in mind that no vehicle owner may use these visitor permits. They are only allowed for guests and not the resident of the household or homeowner.
Why is my Permit Application status rejected?
Before any permit is created please make sure all outstanding excise taxes and parking tickets are paid in full. If you owe any outstanding ticket(s) or excise tax(s) for the City of Revere then you will not be eligible for a permit until it is all cleared. This applies for all permits.
Also, please make sure that your vehicle is garaged/registered in the City of Revere. For any other questions please call us at 781-629-2542 or 781-629-5127
How much are Resident Permits, Visitor Permits and other special permits?
The fee schedule is as followed:
1. Resident parking sticker: Free
2. Visitor placard: $10.00. Please keep in mind that there are many permits created on a Visitor Placard. These are the other permits that are also associated with the price, but not the privileges of Visitor Placard: Landlord Permit, and Business in Residential Street.
3. Temporary placard: $10.00
4. Special consideration placard: $10.00
5. Commercial Vehicle Sticker: $420.00 annually
6. Business Parking Permit (Exclusive to Shirley Ave Area): $300.00 annually
Applicants aged sixty-five years or older or disabled veterans shall be exempt from associated fees. Proof of age or disabled veteran status shall be required at time of application.
Is my street enforced 24hrs or overnight?
Most streets in the City Of Revere are enforced between the hours of 12AM-6AM (Overnight Enforcement), but there are some 24 Hour enforcement areas in the City in areas near Shirley Ave, Beachmont, Wonderland and etc... For more information please refer to the map below.