Mayor Andy Schor today announced that permits are now available for overnight parking from 2:00 a.m. to 5:00 a.m., effective March 1, 2020. Lansing residents may now apply for an annual and/or temporary overnight parking permit at their permanent residence through the City of Lansing’s Parking Office’s lansingmi.gov/parking. Both annual and temporary (up to 72-hours) permits are available.
The cost for an annual overnight parking permit for Lansing residents is $125 per vehicle. Only one annual permit is allowed per address to prevent overcrowding on city streets. Upon approval, residents will be mailed a Residential Overnight Parking Permit (ROPP) sticker to put on their vehicle.
A temporary permit is $10 per night with a 72-hour (three-night) maximum. Only two temporary permits may be granted in a 72-hour period to the same residential address. Residents will be required to print and display the temporary permit. Printing of the permit can be done at home, a local library, or any of the City’s four community centers.
Annual and temporary permits can be suspended in case of construction, emergencies, snow or other weather events. Permit holders will be notified in these cases via email and/or text message. Permits are only valid if displayed correctly.
Obtaining an overnight parking permit does not guarantee a parking spot. Permits are only for vehicles, not for boats, trailers, mobile homes, recreational vehicles, or any other vehicle with more than two axles.
To apply for a permit or for more information, www.lansingmi.gov/parking.