Sterling Park Parking Permit Changes

Posted on October 2, 2017

Changes to the Sterling Park Parking Permits were approved by the Colma City Council at the September 13, 2017 Regular City Council Meeting. The Sterling Park Parking Permit changes will take effect beginning on January 1, 2018.  Beginning on November 1, 2017 residents who live in the Sterling Park neighborhood, and wish to park their vehicle in the preferential parking zone (B, C, D, E, F Streets and Clark Avenue) for more than two hours, Monday – Friday from 8:00am – 9:00pm will be required to acquire a new permit (no more than 4 permits, per dwelling) for vehicles that are properly registered to a Colma address in the Sterling Park area.

Below is the schedule to pick-up Sterling Park preferential parking permits:

  • B and C Streets – November 1-15, 2017
  • D and E Streets – November 16-30, 2017
  • F and Clark Streets – December 1-15, 2017
  • December 16-31, 2017 will be available for those who can’t make the set date due to vacation and other circumstances. Permits are valid for (2) years.

All qualified residents in the preferential parking zone will now receive no more than four (4) preferential parking permits per dwelling.

Also, Guest parking permits will no longer be automatically issued to each dwelling; qualified residents will now have to request a temporary parking permit from the Police Department for a guest parking a vehicle in the Sterling Park parking zone, for a period longer than the (2) hour maximum.

Temporary parking permits may be requested online and in person at the Colma Police Department, and must be picked up at the Colma Police Department upon presenting proof of residence.

Temporary parking permits are only valid for a maximum of (14) days, per request, and qualified residents may only make the request no more than (15) times per year. Only one temporary parking permit may be in effect at one time.

If you have any questions please do not hesitate to contact the Colma Police Department at (650) 997-8321.

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