Digital Residential Parking Permits

The Department of Transportation is pleased to announce a new innovative Residential Parking Permit program. Beginning June 5th, 2015, Montgomery County RPP neighborhoods who need to renew their RPP permits can do so online. In lieu of mailing your renewal forms, the new program will enable RPP residents to apply online and process the permit access within minutes. RPP residents will no longer be required to place sticker decals on their vehicles; instead the new system will use license plate numbers to determine if vehicles have permission to park in the RPP area.

For those who are new to this Digital Permit process and would like more information, click here. If you already are aware of the NEW Digital Permit process and your particular area is up for renewal, please click here to begin registration and renewal.

Digital RPP Areas - RPP Area Name List

  • Amherst/Bucknell
  • Anderson
  • Ardmore Court
  • Battery Park
  • Bernard
  • Blueridge
  • Brookdale
  • Chevy Chase Sec 4A
  • Chevy Chase West
  • East Bethesda
  • East Silver Spring
  • Edgemoor
  • Fairglen
  • Forest Glen
  • Forest Grove
  • Glen Cove
  • Glenmont
  • Glen Haven
  • Glenwood
  • Henderson
  • Highland View
  • Huntington/Ayrlawn
  • Kensington Collegeview
  • Kensington Heights
  • Linden
  • Locust Hills
  • Maplewood
  • McKenny Hills
  • Newport Mill
  • North Woodside
  • Park Knolls
  • Parkwood
  • Quincy Haven
  • Regency Blue
  • Regency Green
  • Regency Purple
  • Regency Yellow
  • Rosemary Hills
  • Sacks
  • Seven Oaks
  • Strathmore
  • Twinbrook/Halpine
  • Tunis Sierra
  • Westbard
  • Wheaton Forest
  • Wheaton
  • White Flint
  • Whittier Woods
  • Winding Orchard
  • Woodside
  • Woodside Park
  • Woodmoor Pinecrest
  • Woodside Forest