Neighborhood Protection Plan

The City continues to develop traffic control management strategies and policy regulations to safeguard from existing and future events and developments in the City.

One plan currently in place is the Citywide Residential Permit Parking Program. This Plan addresses concerns raised by Inglewood residents, and has been developed with extensive community outreach and input.

Visit the Citywide Residential Permit Parking Program website for more details and to apply for permit parking passes online. Below are links to a “How to” guide on applying for parking passes and a list of FAQs in English and Spanish:

 

For more information or if you still have questions about the Neighborhood Protection Plan, call the Inglewood Parking & Traffic Department at (310) 412-5398.

Other Neighborhood Protection Plans may include improvements such as:

  • New striping and curb markings
  • Stop signs
  • Parking restrictions
  • Reconfiguration of streets or directional orientation before and after events
  • Other potential traffic control strategies

Project Documents and Resources

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Existing Preferential Parking Districts
City of Inglewood Parking Ordinances

Neighborhood
Protection Plan

The City continues to develop traffic control management strategies and policy regulations to safeguard from existing and future events and developments in the City. One plan currently in place is the Citywide Residential Permit Parking Program.

Visit the Citywide Residential Permit Parking Program website for more details and to apply for permit parking passes online. Below are links to a “How to” guide on applying for parking passes and a list of FAQs in English and Spanish:

For more information or if you still have questions about the Neighborhood Protection Plan, call the Inglewood Parking & Traffic Department at (310) 412-5398.

Other Neighborhood Protection Plans may include improvements such as:

  • New striping and curb markings
  • Stop signs
  • Parking restrictions
  • Reconfiguration of streets or directional orientation before and after events
  • Other potential traffic control strategies

Project Documents and Resources

Fact Sheets go here.

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Existing Preferential Parking Districts
City of Inglewood Parking Ordinances

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