Permit Parking Policy

This policy is intended to mitigate parking intrusions (spillover parking) that may impact the quality of life and affect the public safety in single family detached neighborhoods. 

Permit Parking

Those wishing to request permit parking in their neighborhood are encouraged to read the information provided in the Preferential Permit Parking on Public Streets (PDF) to gain a better understanding of the procedures the City follows and general policies governing permit parking in Tustin.

For more information on Parking Permits, visit Tustin Parking Information

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Permit Parking Policy Update

The City of Tustin is currently conducting a residential parking evaluation that will focus on improving the overall parking experience for residents and their guests and address potential adjustments to the Preferential Permit Parking Program for residential streets.

As a result of community workshops and evaluation of the current parking situation throughout Tustin, a Parking Action Plan has been developed and will be presented to the City Council for consideration at their regular meeting on Tuesday, November 15, 2022.  The draft Parking Action Plan will be available to the public by visiting the Residential Parking Community Meetings webpage hosted by the Tustin Police Department