Parking Service Programs and Applications

  • Temporary Use Parking Permit Application

    Temporary Use permits are intended for persons who by virtue of their employment are required to have their vehicles, dumpsters, or equipment in close proximity to the job site where the actual work is being performed. The vehicle must be a necessary part of the operation in that it carries tools, equipment, or supplies. A vehicle solely used as a mode of transportation does not qualify for a permit. Temporary use permits will be issued to areas where the length of stay is restricted by time according to meters, posted signs or ordinance.

    Temporary Use Parking Permit Application (PDF 8.01 KB)

    City Code Section: 10-11-19

    Price:

    • $10.00 per day, per space
    • $50.00 per week, per space
    • $160.00 per month, per space
    • $1,200 yearly, per space
  • Short Term Meter Hood Rental Application

    Meter hoods are intended for persons whose vehicle is actually being used and is necessary to be parked in a certain location in proximity to the site or building being working on. The vehicle must be a necessary part of the operation in that it carries tools, equipment, or supplies. A vehicle solely used as a mode of transportation does not qualify for a hood.

    Short Term Meter Hood Rental Application (PDF 7.05 KB)

    City Code Section: 10-17-9

    Price:

    • $10.00 per day, per space
    • $50.00 per week, per space
    • $160.00 per month, per space
    • $1,200 yearly, per space
  • Residential Parking Zone Application

    In certain residential areas of the City there exists a heavy concentration of vehicles which remain parked throughout the day and a substantial portion of these vehicles are not owned or operated by residents of these areas; the presence of these vehicles causes vehicular congestion on residential streets, impedes the movement of traffic and unduly restricts the entry of residents to their homes. The Council, therefore, declare the necessity and public policy of establishing a procedure for the creation of residential permit parking zones in which parking by non-residents will be restricted and the availability of parking for residents will be protected.

    Residential Parking Zone Application (PDF 22.92 KB)

    City Code Section: 10-11-11

  • Residential Permit Request

    In order to obtain a residential parking permit, applicants will need to visit Boise City Hall (150 N. Capitol Blvd.) during business hours. Applicants must provide proof of residence and all of the current vehicle registrations in which you are seeking a permit for. Proof of residence needs to be printed documentation such as a signed lease indicating the residing location or a current utility bill. Identification will be verified and Parking Services reserves the right to deny a permit application for insufficient documentation or non-corresponding identity.

  • Business Parking Time Zone or Meter Installation Application

    Business interested in the placement of either time zones or parking meters for use increasing parking turnover on the streets adjacent to their business property need to submit an application.

    ***Businesses making requests for sign or meter placement will be responsible for the installation costs***

    Business Parking Time Zone or Meter Installation Application


     

    Completed forms should be

     

    Emailed to parkingservices@cityofboise.org

     

    OR mailed to:

     

    Boise City Parking Services

    PO BOX 500

    Boise ID, 83701-0500

     

    OR dropped off in person at:

     

    Boise City Hall

    150 N. Capitol Blvd.

    Boise ID, 83702

  • Delivery Permits - Yearly Rentals Only Application

    Contact Boise City Parking Services, 208-972-8150, for application and information.

    Delivery Permits - Yearly Rentals Only Application (PDF 7.58 KB)

    City Code Section: 10-17-9