Resident Parking Permits
WPA is now issuing Resident Parking Permits for the City of Williamsport. These permits are required to park in the signed “Resident Parking Only” areas of the City. These areas require a permit to be displayed from August 15th through May 31st.
Residents that would like to obtain a permit must visit the WPA office at 270 West Third Street to submit an application. Proof of residency and a valid vehicle registration for each vehicle (maximum of 2 resident permits per dwelling) is required. Guest permits are also available, with a maximum of 2 guest permits available per dwelling. A fee of $1.00 per permit will be charged at issuance.
Parking Permit Application
Contractor Parking Permits
In order to provide more convenient parking for contractors working on jobs located in the Williamsport Central Business District, a contractor may apply for a contractor parking permit through the Williamsport Parking Authority. Eligibility requirements are (1) vehicles must be registered to, or leased (through a leasing business with a leasing contract) by a contractor (2) the contractor must have the proper business privilege license, must be registered with the City of Williamsport and must have a building permit for the jobsite they are requesting the contractor permit for and (3) there are no unpaid parking violation fines for the vehicle.
A contractor parking permit is a placard that is placed visibly in the windshield of a vehicle indicating its use for contractor services. When a vehicle is displaying a valid contractor parking permit while performing contractor services, the vehicle may be parked without restriction to time limit or payment of “on” street parking meter fees, without restriction on streets where parking is time limited, or in loading zones/truck loading zones for up to four hours. The Williamsport Parking Authority reserves the right to limit the location where contractor parking permits will be honored. A complete list of parking regulations regarding the contractor parking permit is attached.