Accessible Parking in Front of Residence
Request an accessible parking permit on the street in front of a residence.
To request an accessible parking permit on the street in front of a residence one must:
- Download the application and instructions (or request one from the Office on the Disabled).
- Complete the application with your doctor.
- The application must be signed by the property owner.
- The applicant must own a vehicle or someone who lives with them full-time must own a vehicle.
- The vehicle must be registered at the address where the space is requested.
- The applicant must have a valid Missouri placard or license plate for people with disabilities or a Disabled Veterans' license plate.
- The applicant cannot have accessible off-street parking and must use the space five (5) days and five (5) nights per week.
What to Expect
Permits are issued generally 7 working days from the date of submission.
- Only the vehicle with the permits & placard/license plate can park in this space. If another vehicle uses this space, the illegally parked vehicle may receive a seventy-five ($75.00) dollar ticket.
- Call 911 to report illegal vehicles in a space.
- Space holders must respond to violations such as street cleaning, no parking signs, snow route, and emergency evacuation by police or fire department, etc.
- Failure to follow the rules of the program will result in removal of the parking space.
Office on the Disabled
1200 Market Street,
St. Louis, MO 63103
9am-5pm Monday-Friday Please Note: At this time to help prevent the spread of the COVID-19 virus, essential services will be provided by phone or email only during regular business hours.
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