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2020 Residential Parking Program

New City-Wide Overnight Parking Program

Begins on October 15th, 2020

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The purpose of the resident permit parking program is to maximize the availability of parking for Revere residents while discouraging long-term visitor parking on residential streets and commuter parking near public transportation access points.

Revere will start citywide enforcement of overnight residential-only parking regulations, except in certain 24-hour residential-only zones. Signs should be up in your neighborhood with details, and enforcement will begin October 15th. When you receive your sticker, put it on the lower left corner of your vehicle’s windshield. It is valid on the street where your vehicle is registered or any adjacent street. If you live in Revere but your vehicle is not registered in Revere, you will need to change your registration with the Registry of Motor Vehicles at

City Wide overnight parking hours of enforcement will be 12 am to 6 am daily, excluding holidays.

The permit is free and will be mailed to residents whose vehicle are registered to a Revere address and do not have any outstanding parking tickets or Excise taxes due the City.

If you have not received a permit by September 15th, 2020, you can apply at or call the Parking Department at 781-629-2542 or 781-629-5127 or email us.

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Information required to complete the application includes name, address, license plate number, the name that appears on the registration, email and phone number. Once a resident has successfully submitted an application, they will receive an email notification of the order. Upon verification of their information and confirmation that there are no outstanding parking tickets or excise due to the city; the resident will then receive an additional email as confirmation that the order has been successfully processed. The parking sticker will then be mailed to the resident within 7-10 business days.

Permits can also be processed at the Parking Department Office.
By Appointment Only.
Call 781-629-5127.

Necessary Parking Sticker Documentation

  • 2 forms of verification: Valid Vehicle Registration and proof of address i.e. utility bill, apartment lease, and official city bills (e.g. water bill) among other documents deemed official by the Director of Parking.
  • If the vehicle is a lease please also bring either a license, utility bill, & lease agreement with correct Revere address.

Please note that the vehicle MUST be registered/garaged in the city of Revere to obtain a sticker.

Other Resident Parking Rules and Regulations

Visitor Placards

Visitor placards are required for any visitors of Revere residents who wish to park overnight on the streets of Revere. Please note: Residents who own a home or are occupants of an apartment building may not use visitor placards. Only guest and visitor's are exclusive to this permit.

Temporary Placards

Temporary Placards could be applied for online. Once the information is submitted and approved you will be contacted by the Parking Department to pick up your placard. Appointments are required. Please Contact the Parking Department at 781-629-2542/781-629-5127 or email us.

Caretaker Placards

Special Family Caretaker Consideration Placards could be applied for online.  Once the information is submitted and approved you will be contacted by the Parking Department to pick up your placard.. Appointments are required.  Please contact the Parking Department at 781-629-2542/781-629-5127 or email us.

How To Apply

For complete information and how apply for any of the following permits visit (This site will be live on September 15th)

  • Resident Permit                                      
  • Health Care Permit
  • Business Permit                                     
  • Landlord Permit
  • Commercial Permit                               
  • Visitor Permit

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10.34.020 - City-wide resident parking sticker program regulations.

Documents and Forms

Residential Parking FAQ

Find The Parking Rules On Your Street