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Posted on: February 1, 2024

Apply for 2024 Parking Permits Beginning February 5

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The Town of Provincetown will begin issuing 2024 Resident and Visitor Parking Permits on Monday, February 5. Residents are highly encouraged to apply for permits online as early as possible at: www.provincetown-ma.gov/parkingpermits.  

Paid and permit parking is in effect in Provincetown from May 1 through October 31, 7 days per week, including holidays.

Those needing assistance applying for their permits should email ParkingPermits@provincetown-ma.gov or visit the Parking Permit Office in the Lower Level of Town Hall for assistance in person during the following days and times: 

  • Mondays from 8:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.   
  • Wednesdays from 8:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.  
  • Fridays from 8:30 a.m. – 11:30 a.m.  

Senior Resident parking permits for those 65 years and older are free. Due to a change in the Town’s Traffic Regulations, Senior Resident permits are now active for four years so that seniors do not need to reapply every year. For example, seniors receiving a permit in 2024 will not need to apply for a new permit until 2028 unless they get a new vehicle, license plate, or move.

The following types of permits are available:

  • Resident Limited Permit: $55.00
    1. Permit good for the Grace Hall Lot, all meter & kiosk zones, all Resident Only Streets (Excludes MacMillan Pier Lot)
    2. To qualify for the resident permit, the vehicle’s owner MUST pay either a vehicle excise tax or property tax to the Town of Provincetown.
  • Resident Expanded Permit: $150.00
    1. Permit good for all parking lots (including MacMillan Pier), meter/kiosk zones, and all Resident Only Streets
    2. To qualify for the resident permit, the vehicle’s owner MUST pay either a vehicle excise tax or property tax to the Town of Provincetown.
  • Resident Senior (65+) Permit:No Charge 
    1. All parking lots, meter/kiosk zones, and all Resident Only Streets
    2. To qualify for the resident permit, the vehicle’s owner MUST pay either a vehicle excise tax or property tax to the Town of Provincetown.
  • Visitor Limited (Excludes MPL) Permit: $175.00
    1. Permit good for the Grace Hall Lot, all meter & kiosk zones (Excludes MacMillan Pier Lot)
  • Visitor Expanded (All Lots Including MPL) Permit: $350.00
    1. Permit good for All parking lots (including MacMillan Pier), meter/kiosk zones.
  • Work Permit: $20.00
    1. Allow contractors and tradespersons the ability to park in areas not otherwise permitted (Commercial Street and Resident Permit Districts) to facilitate unloading, repair and maintenance on an active job site.

When applying for a parking permit, applicants must upload/provide a copy of their valid driver’s license and vehicle registration as well as pay any outstanding taxes, fees, or parking violations to be able to receive their permit. 

For general questions regarding parking locations and parking regulations, please contact the Parking Department at danderson@provincetown-ma.gov / 508-487-7000, ext. 550. 

More information about parking permit types, costs, eligibility, and more can be found at www.provincetown-ma.gov/parkingpermits

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