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Monthly Permit Parking Rate Increase Goes Into Effect March 1, 2017

The City of Birmingham will be increasing the rates for monthly parking permits sold by the City's Auto Parking System starting March 1, 2017. Monthly permits allow for unlimited parking in a particular area such as a parking structure or municipal lot. Monthly permits are typically geared toward employees working within the Central Business District.

There is currently more demand for permits than there is space available, therefore, if you are interested in purchasing one, you will have to be placed on a waiting list. Applications for a permit can be obtained by going to the SP+ website at: www.tinyurl.com/BirminghamParking

Starting March 1, 2017, the following monthly rates will apply:
Pierce St. Parking Structure $70
Park St. Parking Structure $70
Peabody St. Parking Structure $70
N. Old Woodward Ave. Parking Structure $70
Chester St. Parking Structure $60
Parking Lot #6 Regular $70
Parking Lot #6 Economy $50
Ann St. $60
S. Old Woodward Ave. $35

Also, for those that work evening jobs, an Evening Only Monthly Permit is immediately available for purchase at any of the five parking structures listed above. The permit is sold at a $20 discount from the current or proposed prices charged for a regular monthly permit. Evening Only Permits can be obtained at the local SP+ Parking office located at the Chester St. Parking Structure, 180 S. Chester St.

If you have questions, please call the SP+ office at 248-540-9690.

You may see all current parking policies and recent changes on the City's website by going to www.bhamgov.org/parking.

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