Parking - Community Development
The City provides various parking permits for residents and businesses who seek to utilize City parking facilities or on-street parking on a daily or monthly basis.
Parking on certain residential streets in Burbank is restricted to ensure that parking is available to the residents of those streets. For residential streets with parking restrictions, residents may obtain parking permits that allow vehicles registered to their home address to park on the street beyond the posted restrictions. Permits are available on a yearly basis and are renewed on an annual cycle. In addition, permits for visitors and for Large Non-Commercial Vehicles (LNCV’s) are also available.
The City offer permits for businesses who wish to park at City parking facilities past the posted restrictions on a daily or monthly basis, park on residential streets, and set up or renew curb parking or a valet parking operation.
Residents can renew or apply for the 2023-2024 Residential Parking Permits starting Monday, August 14, 2023. For more information, please click the Residential Parking Permits tab below.
Parking on certain residential streets in Burbank is restricted to ensure that parking is available to the residents of those streets. For residential streets with parking restrictions, residents may obtain parking permits that allow vehicles registered to their home address to park on the street beyond the posted restrictions. Permits are available on a yearly basis and are renewed on an annual cycle. In addition, permits for visitors are also available.
CURRENT RESIDENTIAL PARKING PERMITS WILL EXPIRE ON SEPTEMBER 30, 2023
Monday, August 14, 2023: The online permit portal will open to accept renewal applications. To renew existing permits or apply for new ones please visit the online permit portal at: https://burbankcapermits.rmcpay.com
ALL permits purchased online and in-person will be mailed.
**2023-2024 RESIDENTIAL PERMITS WILL BE MAILED OUT IN SEPTEMBER**
Current applications will remain active until October 31, 2023, thereafter, permittees will need to reapply.
RETURNING ONLINE APPLICANTS: To renew your permits, log into your existing account using the username and password you created during your initial online application on the online permit portal site. Select “Extend Permit” and continue to payment.
NEW ONLINE APPLICANTS: First-time online applicants will be required to create an account by clicking on “Sign Up” at the login page. Proof of residency and valid vehicle registration for each Residential permit requested is required. Proof of residency is required for each Annual Visitor permit requested.
For additional information regarding Residential Parking Permits, please refer to the “Residential Parking FAQs (pdf).” For a step-by-step guide on how to apply or renew your permits, please refer to the “How to purchase and renew a parking permit (pdf).”
Residential Large Non-Commercial Vehicle Large (LNCV) Parking Permits
Large Non-Commercial Vehicle (LNCV) parking is restricted in the City of Burbank. These vehicles, which are more commonly known as Recreational Vehicles (RVs), cannot be parked on Burbank streets except under limited circumstances to facilitate loading and unloading. Any non-commercial vehicle that exceeds 22 feet in length OR 8 feet in height OR 8 feet in width is considered a LNCV. LNCVs may park in Burbank as follows:
- An LNCV permit is required to park at all times.
- LNCVs can only park for 3 consecutive days (72 hours). After 3 days, they must be moved and cannot park on any city street for at least 2 days (48 hours).
- LNCVs can only park on city streets for 96 total days per year.
- No LNCV may park within 80 feet of any street intersection, regardless of whether a permit has been issued.
The City of Burbank offers 2 types of LNCV permits:
- A temporary 3-day (72 hour) permit is $6. After 3 days, LNCVs must be moved and cannot park on any city street for at least 2 days.
- An annual permit is $164. This permit allows the LNCV to park for the maximum 96 days per year. Those with an annual permit must still not park an LNCV longer than 3 consecutive days, after which the LNCV must be moved and cannot park on any city street for at least 2 days.
Business Parking Permits For City Parking Facilities:
- A new permit is $52 each month
- A day-use permit is $6
- Hang-tag permits let you park all day in any city parking facility shown on this map (PDF).
Business Valet Parking
- Valet Parking Permit Application $324
- Annual Renewal $162
- Temporary Valet $324
- No Parking Signs (if needed) $1.00
Submit a valet application (PDF) at the address above. Please read the Valet Parking Requirements (PDF) before submitting the application. The Burbank Municipal Code (PDF) for valet parking may also be helpful.
Business Parking Permits on Permit-Only Residential Streets
Businesses must request permission to buy a permit to park on a residential permit-only street
Once approved, one permit is $25
Business Curb Parking
If you want 10 minute parking or 20 minute loading for your customers, the City can paint the curb in front of your business
Curb painting is $122 + $2.30 for each foot beyond 25 feet
If you want 20 or 30 minute parking for your customers, the City can install a sign in front of your business
Sign installation is $175 or $250 if a post is needed
If you want 1 hour or 2 hour parking for an entire block, signs will require businesses to submit a petition (PDF).