San Dimas residents are reminded that overnight parking on all City streets is prohibited between the hours of 2 a.m. and 5 a.m., seven days a week. The City’s overnight parking policy adds to the aesthetics of the community and it allows for greater public safety. An overnight parking permit is required for all vehicles that are parked on the street during the restricted hours above.
San Dimas residents without sufficient off-street parking may apply for an annual parking permit by submitting a completed application, along with a $40, non-refundable, application fee. This fee is reduced to $20 on July 1 of each year. Applications can be obtained on the City’s website but must be submitted in person at City Hall.
As a reminder for those who currently have an annual permit, it is time for your annual renewal. Renewal letters will be mailed out at the end of October. Current annual permits will expire on December 31, 2020. 2021 permits are required effective January 1, 2021. In an effort to reduce the rush of last-minute renewals, incentives have been put in place for early renewals. Permit renewals received by November 30, 2020 will pay a renewal fee of $24. City Hall will be closed December 24th – January 1st, therefore permit renewals received by January 8, 2021 will pay a renewal fee of $32. Permits renewals received after January 8, 2021, will pay a renewal fee of $40. So, it ‘pays’ to turn in your renewal application early.
Temporary parking permits can also be purchased for $2 per night at 24-hour parking permit machines located outside the San Dimas Sheriff’s Station at 270 S. Walnut Ave and outside of Century 21 – Citrus Realty at 1100 Via Verde Ave. These temporary permits can also be obtained online through the City website, sandimasca.gov.
Enforcement of the City’s overnight parking policy which prohibits parking on San Dimas streets from 2 am – 5 am will be suspended during these holidays on the following dates:
Thanksgiving – Monday(morning), November 23, 2020, through Sunday(morning), November 29, 2020
***Parking enforcement will resume on Monday(morning), November 30, 2020, at 2:00 a.m.
With the latest County of Los Angeles Department of Public Health “Safer At Home Order”, the City of San Dimas will temporarily suspend overnight parking restrictions effective Wednesday, December 2, 2020. The City will reassess the situation at the beginning of the new year and will provide the community an update at that time.
The City of San Dimas wants to wish everyone a safe and healthy holiday season.