Overnight Parking Policy & Permit

Overnight Parking Policy

Overnight Parking Policy

Only vehicles with a parking permit are allowed to be parked on San Gabriel city streets between 2:00 a.m. and 6:00 a.m.

Parking permits can be obtained from the Finance Department during regular business hours.  

Types of Vehicles Allowed

Only passenger vehicles and light trucks registered with a California license plate are allowed to park on the City's streets. All other vehicles including RVs, trailers, commercial trucks, or any vehicles with any advertisement on them are not permitted to park on the street, whether or not they have purchased a permit.

Types of Parking Permits

Six-month and one-year parking permits are available for purchase at City Hall.

Temporary parking permits are available at permit kiosks. See more information below.

  1. Apply for a New Annual Parking Permit

Please email the below to Annualparkingpermit@sgch.org:

  1. A completed Overnight Parking Permit Application, including
    • Apartment residents must have their apartment owner or manager sign the parking permit application indicating the number of parking spaces assigned to the apartment unit.
    • Garage size, e.g. one- or two-car garage. All condos have two-car garages.
    • Available spaces on the driveway; tandem parking is required.
    • Number of vehicles registered to the property address.
  2. Scanned copies or photos of all current vehicle registrations in the household
    • All vehicle registrations must be registered to the address and unit number listed on the application.

City staff will review the submitted application and information. Once your application is approved, we will contact you to schedule an appointment to pay and pick up your overnight parking permit. You will be contacted within 48 business hours (M-F) by City staff. 

All applications are processed in the order they are received and wait times may be longer during the last week of the month as many residents are submitting requests to renew their annual parking permits. We strongly recommend submitting requests a week before permits expire.

  1. Get a Temporary Parking Permit
  1. Renew an Annual Parking Permit


Parking citations may be paid online or by mail. You may also contest your citation


For questions regarding overnight parking permits, please call the Finance Department at (626) 308-2812.

For questions regarding parking citations or street parking regulations, please call San Gabriel Police Department at (626) 308-2828.