A resident who desires a designated curbside disabled parking space in front of or near their residence may submit a completed application (PDF) to the Transportation Division for consideration by the Transportation Board at its next available meeting. A completed application must include:
Copy of a valid Massachusetts Disabled Persons Parking Identification Placard. To apply for a placard, contact the Massachusetts Registry of Motor Vehicles - Medical Affairs
Copy of a valid driver's license and vehicle registration indicating the residence location of the party requesting the disability parking space
Signed application form including applicant and physician statements
After you apply...
The Transportation Division will notify applicants and the abutting neighborhood when the disabled parking space request is to be considered by the Transportation Board. If the Transportation Board approves the request, the signage designating the curbside disabled parking space will be installed by the DPW Highway Department in approximately 1 month.
Appealing Denied Parking Space Requests
There is a 21-day appeal period for all Transportation Board decisions. Appeals can be filed with the Board of Selectman's office to review the Transportation Board's decision.
Applicants for a disabled parking space are reminded that:
Any disabled parking space created is available for use by any vehicle displaying a valid disabled license plate or placard
Overnight parking in a disabled space during declared snow emergencies is not allowed and vehicle may be ticketed and towed