Download Paper Applications

Applying for an RPZ permit by mail? 

Check that your address is in an RPZ before downloading an application below. You will need to know which Zone and Area you are applying for. Please be aware that it takes us longer to process paper applications.

You will need to include the necessary documentation with your completed application, and a check or money order made out to the City of Seattle. For more instructions, read the “How to Apply” section on the main RPZ Permits Program page.

Send application, documents, and payment to: 

Seattle Department of Transportation
Traffic and Parking Permits  
PO Box 34996  
Seattle, WA 98124-4996

To receive your permit faster, we encourage you to apply for RPZ permits online.

Paper Applications

Download and print the application for your Zone and Area below.

Zone Areas More information
1: Montlake Area 1 Area 2                                                     
2: Squire Park/Cherry Hill Area 1 Area 2 Area 3 Area 4    
3: Fauntleroy            
4: Capitol Hill Area 1 Area 2        
6: University Park            
7: First Hill Area 1 Area 2 Area 3 Area 4 Area 5 Zone 7 parking
8: Eastlake Area 1 Area 2        
9: Magnolia            
10: University District West Area 1 Area 2        
11: North Queen Anne            
12: North Capitol Hill            
13: Lower Queen Anne          
14: Central District            
15: Belmont/Harvard            
16: Mount Baker            
17: North Beacon Hill            
18: Licton Springs            
19: Roosevelt Area 1 Area 2        
20: Ravenna/Bryant Area 1 Area 2        
21: Pike/Pine           Zone 21 parking
22: Wallingford West          
23: Madison Valley            
24: Cascade          
25: Westlake North           Zone 25 boundaries
26: Upper Queen Anne          
27: Fremont            
28: Beacon Hill            
29: Columbia City            
30: Othello            
31: Rainier Beach            
32: West Capitol Hill          
33: Lincoln High School
34: Wallingford East
35: West Seattle Junction
A: Montlake/Husky Game Days          
B: Ravenna/Laurelhurst Husky Game Days          

60-day short term permits can be issued if you are waiting to update your vehicle registration to your eligible address. We will only issue two consecutive 60-day permits. 

1-day short term permits are available for all Zones except Zones A and B. You may use up to five per day, and up to a total of 50 per year, per address.

60-day permits cost $25 for each 60-day period. 1-day permits are $1 each.

Download an application for a 60-day permit.

Download an application for a 1-day permit.

Download an application for Discounted Restricted Parking Zone (RPZ) permits.

Click here to see what qualifies as income documentation.

Read the fact sheet for businesses and employees who wish to apply for RPZ permits. 

Download the application for Restricted Parking Zone (RPZ) permits for businesses.


Greg Spotts, Director
Address: 700 5th Ave, Suite 3800, Seattle, WA, 98104
Mailing Address: PO Box 34996, Seattle, WA, 98124-4996
Phone: (206) 684-7623

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