2015 Provincetown parking permits now on sale

Parking regulations to take effect April 1

Provincetown parking permits for the 2015 season are now on sale. Permits are available both in person and via mail.

Permits are available at the Parking Department at the Provincetown Police Station at 26 Shankpainter Road Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday from 8 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. and from 1 p.m. to 3 p.m. Permits are available on Thursday from 10:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. and 1 p.m. to 3 p.m. Applicants must are required to bring a valid driver's license and vehicle registration.

To obtain a 2015 parking permit by mail, send a photocopy of your valid driver's license and vehicle registration and a check made out to the Town of Provincetown to Provincetown Parking Department, Provincetown Police Department, 26 Shankpainter Road, Provincetown, MA 02657.

The 2015 parking permit fees are as follows:

  • Resident - $55
  • Senior resident (61 and over) - free
  • Non-resident property owner - $100
  • Resident commercial - $140
  • Non-resident - $275
  • Grace Hall only - $200
  • Resident Jerome Smith camper - $150
  • Non-resident Jerome Smith camper - $425
  • Replacement permits - $10
  • Jerome Smith weekly (7 days) permits - $50
  • Grace Hall weekly (7 days) permits - $75

2015 parking regulations/permits take effect on Wednesday, April 1. 2014 permits will be honored until their expiration date of April 15 when they will no longer be valid.

Per Provincetown Parking Regulations, Ch. 6, Section 6-5-1, the parking department may refuse to issue a permit or revoke an assigned permit without refund for any vehicle, person or business with past due financial obligations in Provincetown including taxes, water and sewer charges or parking violations, according to a notice from the town.

For more information about parking in Provincetown, visit the town's Parking in Provincetown page here.

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