Eligible Candidates

Temporary Parking Permit Eligibility
A temporary parking permit may be issued to Brookline residents, or those employed by Brookline residents, who by reason of a unique hardship are unable to comply with the Brookline 2-hour daytime parking restriction or overnight parking ban. So as not to undermine the integrity of the 2-hour rule and overnight parking ban, a temporary parking permit may be issued only for conditions that are temporary or short-term in duration.

Eligible Candidates
The following candidates for temporary permits are allowed under the Town's Traffic Rules & Regulations:

Guests or Visitors
Guests or visitors of Brookline residents who are unable to find off-street parking for a fee of $10 per night. Overnight only.

In-Home Childcare Providers
In-home childcare providers who are retained by Brookline residents and need relief from parking regulations during daytime hours in order to provide care without interruption for a maximum of 6 months. Daytime only.

In-Home Health Care Providers
Daytime Parking - In-home health care providers who are employed by Brookline residents and need relief from parking regulations during daytime hours in order to provide care without interruption for a maximum of 6 months.
Overnight Parking - In-home health care providers who are employed by Brookline residents and need relief from parking regulations during overnight hours in order to provide care without interruption for a maximum of 6 months.

Residents With Construction-Related Activities
Daytime Parking
- Residents who must park on the street during daytime hours because construction-related activities at their residences does not allow them to utilize their driveways or other off-street parking spaces for a maximum of 30 days. Only available for residents who reside on a street without Resident Daytime Parking Permits. Those residing on a street with Resident Daytime Permit Parking available can only qualify for Overnight temporary permits and must apply for a Resident Daytime Parking Permit separately for daytime use.
Overnight Parking - Residents who must park on the street during overnight hours because construction-related activities at their residence does not allow them to utilize their driveways or other off-street parking spaces.

Seasonal Tradesmen
Seasonal tradesmen who are employed by a Brookline resident or establishment and must park on the street during daytime hours because they are unable to secure off-street parking spaces for a maximum of 8 months.

Tradesmen
Tradesmen who are employed by a Brookline resident or establishment and must park on the street during daytime hours because they are unable to secure off-street parking spaces for a maximum period of 30 days.