§ 12-2708.  Issuance of Temporary Parking Permits. 303
   (1)   Upon application of a resident of a permit parking district and submission of a fee of fifteen dollars ($15), the Philadelphia Parking Authority shall issue to the applicant a temporary parking permit valid for a period not exceeding fifteen (15) days for use by a bona fide guest of the applicant or by a person doing business with the applicant.
   (2)   Upon application of a resident of a permit parking district, submission of a fee of thirty dollars ($30) and demonstration to the satisfaction of the Parking Authority that circumstances exist which require extended parking privileges, the Parking Authority shall issue to the applicant a temporary parking permit valid for a period not exceeding thirty (30) days for use by a bona fide guest of the applicant.
   (3)   Upon application of a resident of a permit parking district and submission of a fee of seven dollars ($7.00), the Parking Authority shall issue to the applicant a temporary parking permit valid for one calendar day for use by a bona fide guest of the applicant, provided that such permits may be sold in multiple units for use by the resident during a calendar year. Such permits not used during the calendar year shall not be valid during the next calendar year and the fee paid for such unused permits shall not be refundable. The Department may limit the number of permits issued to a household at any single purchase, or in any period of time during the calendar year, or in total during any calendar year. 304
   (4)   The Parking Authority shall have the right to limit the number of temporary permits issued to any one (1) household at any one time and the number of times a temporary permit is issued consecutively to any one (1) vehicle. 305

 

Notes

303
   Amended, 1994 Ordinances, p. 98. Section 2 of the Ordinance provides that it takes effect in 60 days. Amended, Bill No. 190463 (approved June 26, 2019).
304
   Added, Bill No. 070202 (approved May 9, 2007).
305
   Renumbered, Bill No. 070202 (approved May 9, 2007).