Street Parking in Boston

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Most street parking in Boston is "Resident Parking Only," meaning that you need prove of residency and a valid automobile registration showing your car registered and principally garaged in your name from you Boston address to be eligible for a resident parking sticker. This strict parking policy is designed to give residents a better chance of finding an on-street parking space in their neighborhoods. A small number of street parking spaces are posted as "Visitor Parking" areas for the guests of neighborhoods residents.  For more information on Boston's parking program, or to apply for a resident sticker, visit cityofboston.gov/parking.

If you have a car but are not eligible for a resident parking permit, you can search for off-street parking options on the message boards on our housing website. For information regarding Boston College campus parking permits, visit the Office of Transportation and Parking

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