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Residential No Parking Program
The City of Avondale Residential "No Parking" Program was developed due to resident’s interest in a program to address parking issues in neighborhoods. The program was adopted by City Council in March 2008 and applies to public streets located within the City of Avondale. The purpose of the Residential “No Parking” Program is to address a documented parking problem in specific locations, commonly caused by nearby schools. The "No Parking" restrictions should be applied to address identified problems and approved by both the Police and Engineering Departments. The intent of the Residential “No Parking” Program is not to be used neighborhood-wide, but rather for recurring incidents which create safety and enforcement concerns.

Participation Application
To participate in the Residential "No Parking" Program,  a letter will need to be submitted to the City of Avondale Engineering Department, 11465 W. Civic Center Drive, Suite 120, Avondale, Arizona, 85323 and shall include the following information: 
  1. The name(s) of the residential streets that the "No Parking" zone is being requested for including the beginning and end points (i.e. from street to street).
  2. A description of the nature of the problem that would be remedied by the "No Parking" zone.
  3. The specific days of the week and hours of the day that the parking problem is occurring.
  4. Contact information for the requestor, including name, address and daytime telephone number.  A representative from a homeowners’ association board or a property owner may submit a request.

If you would like additional information on the program, please contact the Engineering Department at 623-333-4200.