Resident Overnight Parking
Due to COVID-19, Town Hall is closed to the public. If you are applying for a new Resident Overnight Parking Permit please email email@example.com and firstname.lastname@example.org to confirm availability. After confirmation please mail the application, all supporting documentation, and payment to:
Brookline Transportation Division
333 Washington St
Brookline, MA 02445
If you are renewing your Resident Overnight Parking Permit the invoices were mailed out on May 20, 2020 and all renewals must be processed online or via US Postal Mail. No in person renewals are allowed at this time.
Please allow 7 to 10 business days for your permit to be processed and mailed back to you.
Residents with no off-street parking spaces may find it difficult to comply with the all night parking ban. To minimize this inconvenience, the Town of Brookline rents out a total of 325 spaces in 11 town-owned parking lots and the Courtyard Marriott Hotel.
Overnight Resident Parking Lots
Lot 1 - Beacon Street Median - 60 spaces
Lot 2 - Centre Street West - 56 Spaces
Lot 3 - Babcock Street - 47 Spaces
Lot 4 - John St. - 14 Spaces
Lot 9 - Courtyard Marriott Hotel - 60 Spaces
Lot 11 - Centre Street East - 10 Spaces
Lot 5 - School Street - 14 Spaces
Lot 6 - Kent/Webster Pl - 13 Spaces
Lot 7 - Kent/Station St - 15 Spaces
Lot 8 - Fuller Street - 10 Spaces
Lot 10 - Beacon Street Median - 10 Spaces
St. Mary's/Lower Beacon
Lot 14 - Beacon Street Median - 10 Spaces
Cost for a space: $100.00/month (Billed to your address and payable each quarter ($300))
Hours of parking: Weekdays and Saturday: 8 PM to 9 AM
Sundays and Holidays: All Day/Evening
Eligibility: Car must be registered in Massachusetts to a Brookline address.
(Exceptions: lease vehicles, company cars, and full time students.)
Current excise tax must be paid
If you would like to place your name on the waiting list for one or more of the above lots please call(617)730-2177 with the following information:
2. Brookline Address
3. Contact Phone Number
We will contact you via telephone when a space becomes available. The spaces turn-over significantly every three months due to our billing cycle, but it could be a shorter wait for a space.
Private Parking Lots
A number of private lot owners also rent overnight parking spaces on a monthly basis to area residents. Those property owners renting out parking spaces to anyone other then a tenant, are required to obtain an Open Air Parking Space License. View a current list (PDF) of the names, locations and lot sizes of those who have received an Open Air Parking Space License for this year. Residents who need an overnight parking space and live in close proximity to one of these private lots may want to contact the lot owner directly to determine the availability of overnight parking spaces.