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 staying in the resident's dwelling unit who are unable to find off-street parking for a fee of $10 per night. Those residing within a 1/4 mile radius of a designated overnight lot shall park un that lot. Overnight only.

In-Home Childcare Providers

In-home childcare providers who are retained by Brookline residents to perform services in the residential dwelling unit 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  to perform services in the residential dwelling unit 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  to perform services in the residential dwelling unit and need relief from parking regulations during overnight hours in order to provide care without interruption for a maximum of 6 months. Those residing within 500 feet of a town owned lot will have the permit issued for the lot.

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  to perform services in the residential dwelling unit 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 to perform services in the residential dwelling unit 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.