Where can visitors of Brookline residents park?
Visitors can park on any street where parking is allowed for up to 2 hours during daytime hours. If guests wish to park overnight, guest parking is available in a number of lots in Coolidge Corner, Washington Square, and Brookline Village. Visitor parking is $10 per night. Passes can be purchased from the multi-space meters located in each overnight parking lot. Using this pass, visitors may park in designated guest spaces from 11 p.m. to 8 a.m.

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1. Can I park my car on the street?
2. How can I get a resident permit?
3. My car is not registered in Brookline. How do I change it?
4. I live near the high school and cars on my streets have permits. Can I get one, too?
5. My house is in Brookline, but my street address is Brighton. Who do I call?
6. Where can I park if I work in Brookline?
7. How much does the town charge for overnight parking spaces?
8. When can I leave my car in the overnight lots?
9. How can I obtain a monthly overnight parking permit from the Town of Brookline?
10. How can I obtain a monthly overnight parking permit in the Courtyard Marriott garage?
11. Where can visitors of Brookline residents park?
12. I just got a parking ticket. Where do I pay it?
13. I want to rent out parking spaces on my property. Is there anything I need to do?
14. Where do I get "No Parking / Tow Zone" signs for moving trucks?
15. I am having my driveway repaved and have no place to put my car. What should I do?
16. Where do I report broken parking meters?
17. Who should I contact to get a street light fixed in my neighborhood?