Permit Parking Program

The City of Campbell has one current permit parking program titled "Rosemary Permit Parking Zone." View a map of the permit zone here.

Each residence (housing unit) will be able to purchase up to 3 parking permits at a cost of $40 per permit.  One applicant can purchase all 3 parking permits. Upon the purchase of a Residential Permit, a complimentary Visitor Permit is provided (maximum of 2 Visitor Permits). Visitor Permits allow for occasional parking by visitors and will not be re-issued if lost or stolen.   Parking permits are sold annually. The City is currently selling 2021 permits. Formal implementation and enforcement of the 2021 permits will officially begin on February 8, 2021.

RENEWAL PERMITS

The City is now renewing and issuing new 2021 permit parking hang tags. To streamline the Renewal Applications, residents who have previously purchased hang tags that expired in December 2020, will not have to re-submit Driver's License or Resident Verification documents. The completed application may be mailed to City Hall or submitted on the City's website at this link: Renewal Permit Parking Online Application.  

The City is not able to accept electronic payments at this time. You may either drop off payment a cash or check payment at City Hall, or send via mail. Payments dropped off at City Hall must be placed in a secure payment box located at the bottom of the ramp, opposite the Police Department. The box is labeled "Finance Department Drop Box."  You may also mail payments to the following address.

City of Campbell, Public Works

RE: Permit Parking Program

70 N. First Street 

Campbell, CA 95008

NEW PERMITS

New residents, or residents who have not previously purchased permits, must complete a "New Permit Parking Application" and mail it to City Hall or submitted on the City's website at this link: New Permit Parking Online Application

A valid California Driver's License or Photo ID and Proof of Residency documentation is required.  Proof of Residency documents must show the resident's name and address. Documents such as a current lease agreement, current utility bill (last 90 days); current property tax bill. Only a copy of one page listing the resident's name and address is required. Please do not mail original documents, as they will not be returned. Applications submitted via the City's website allow for the uploading of document images. 

The City is not able to accept electronic payments at this time. You may either drop off a cash or check payment at City Hall, or send a check via mail. Payments dropped off at City Hall must be placed in a secure payment box located at the bottom of the ramp, opposite the Police Department. The box is labeled "Finance Department Drop Box."   You may also mail payments to the following address.

City of Campbell, Public Works

RE: Permit Parking Program

70 N. First Street 

Campbell, CA 95008