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Call Brookline first at 617-730-2177. Brookline can figure out whether you fall under Brookline or Boston regulations. You can also call the Boston parking office at 617-635-4885 or visit the Boston Parking Clerk's website.
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Daytime Parking - Unless posted otherwise, no driver may park a vehicle on the same street in Brookline for more than 2 hours between the hours of 6 a.m. and 2 a.m. the next day. Sundays and major holidays excluded.
Overnight Parking: No driver may park on any street in Brookline for more than 1 hour between the hours of 2 a.m. - 6 a.m.
Residents may obtain a Daytime Resident Parking Permit which allows them to park on their residential side street in excess of 2 hours between 6 a.m. - 2 a.m.
Residential permits are $30 per permit. We accept personal checks, money orders, and cash.
Call the Massachusetts Registry of Motor Vehicles in Boston at 617-351-4500 or in Watertown at 617-351-9000.
In the Coolidge Corner area, there are 11-hour parking meters which cost 50 cents per hour. These meters are located on the Beacon Street median between 1443 Beacon Street and 1601 Beacon Street.
Limited commercial permit parking is also available in the Centre Street West and John Street municipal lots located in Coolidge Corner. Permits can be purchased from the Town of Brookline at the cost of $100 per month. The Centre Street West parking lot is not available to permit holders on Thursday when the farmers market is in session.
Commercial permits are also available for $25 per year for local merchants in the Brookline Village area. This permit allows the holder to park on Kent Street at designated meters which cost 25 cents per hour.
Commercial on-street permits are also available and allow you to park your vehicle on a designated residential side street within 1/4 mile of the commercial district. The cost is $600 per year.
To obtain a monthly overnight permit, bring the following items: Car Registration with current Brookline address, driver's license, and a pro-rated amount of the monthly fee by cash, check, or credit card.
Bring the items to the Transportation Division located at: Brookline Town Hall 333 Washington St. 4th floor Brookline, MA 02445
All parking tickets can be paid at the Public Safety Building at 350 Washington St. (across from the town hall). Hearings are also scheduled through the Police Department, Traffic Division. Tickets may also be paid online through the Brookline Police Department.
Yes, call the selectman's office at 617-730-22OO to apply for an open-air license.
Temporary "No Parking/Tow Zone" signs may be picked up at the Transportation Division located at: Brookline Town Hall 333 Washington St. 4th floor Brookline, MA 02445 The signs cost $5 a piece. Each meter space that's occupied will cost an additional $15 per day. For further information, contact the Transportation Department at 617-730-2177.
Residents who find themselves in a situation where there car cannot be parked in their current off-street parking space may obtain a temporary parking permit through the Transportation Division at:Brookline Town Hall333 Washington Street4th floorBrookline, MA 02445Or contacting the Transportation Department at 617-730-2177.