RENEWALS FOR RESIDENTIAL ZONE PARKING PERMITS ARE AVAILABLE AT CITY HALL.
Mukilteo Municipal Code provides for the creation of residential parking permit zones (MMC 10.08.090). Permits in these zones are available only to residents living in the zone and not to businesses. Four such zones have been established.
(Orange on map above) – Single-family residential areas north of 5th street on both sides of SR525
Permits exempt vehicles from the “No Parking 2:30-4:30 a.m.” and “4-hour Parking” parking restrictions. Residents of Zone A may obtain permits permanently assigned to 2 vehicles and 1 guest permit.
(Red on map above) – Downtown Business District
Permits exempt vehicles from both the “No Parking 2:30-4:30 a.m.” and “4-hour Parking” restrictions. Residents of Zone B may obtain 1 permit permanently assigned to a vehicle and 1 guest permit.
Whidbey Lane Zone
See Whidbey Lane Map – Across the street from Kamiak High School (107th & 108th Streets SW., 52nd and 53rd Ave. W.)
Residential parking permit is for residents whose houses front on streets with the “No Parking 7:00 a.m.-2:00 p.m.” restriction. The permit would exempt vehicles from that restriction. Residents may obtain a maximum of 4 permanent parking permits plus 2 guest permits.
See Westridge Map – Single family residences on Westridge Drive and Vista Drive
Residential parking permit is for residents whose houses front or access the streets with the “No Parking 8:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.” restriction. The permit exempts vehicles from that restriction. Residents may obtain a maximum of 4 permanent parking permits plus 2 guest permits.
There is no fee for residential parking permits. Applications for parking permits can be downloaded above. To obtain a residential parking permit supporting documentation is required to prove residency at the address. All permits require proof of vehicle ownership. Completed applications and supporting documentation may be mailed to City Hall, 11930 Cyrus Way, Mukilteo, WA 98275 or by email.
If you have questions please contact the Permit Center at (425) 263-8000 or by email.