Disability Access Parking

All residents who have a qualifying disability may apply for a disability access parking placard and/or plate.  Disability Access License Plates (including Disability Access Motorcycle Plates) are issued for vehicles owned by (a) persons with a qualified (permanent) disability; and (b) organizations that primary purpose is to transport one or more persons with a disabilities. 

Your physician must certify your disability, which will determine the type of permit you get as follows:

  • If you are permanently disabled, you can receive plates for each car you own and 1 placard.
  • If you are permanently disabled and don't own a car, you can receive two placards.
  • If you are permanently disabled and own a car but do not want a plate, you can receive two placards.
  • If you have a temporary disability, you will receive one placard.  A new form signed by a physician will be required each time a temporary placard is issued. 
  • If you have a disability related to military service, you may be eligible for a disabled veteran plate. 
There are two types of placards:
  1. Permanent disabled placards (blue), valid up to 5 years.
  2. Temporary disabled placards (red), valid for no more than 6 months.

In order to apply for Disability Access Parking placard or plate, you will need to bring the following:

Disabled Veteran Plates
In order to apply for Disabled Veteran plate, you will need to bring the following:

*Disabled Veteran plate registration fees vary based on disability rating and vehicle.

To renew a permanent placard(valid for 5 years), or license plates you will need to bring the following:

For a temporary placard (valid for only 6 months), you will need to reapply for a temporary placard to extend your parking privilege.  See our section "Apply for Disability Access Parking" above for more information. 

To replace a lost, stolen, or damaged disability placard or plate, you will need to bring the following:

If you have any question, please feel free to contact us