In certain areas of Menlo Park, our residents requested that parking restrictions be placed on the streets of their neighborhoods. This request was made in response to an overflow of business and/or visitor vehicles that were using neighborhood streets as all-day parking areas. The overflow of parking made it exceedingly difficult for residents to find space for their own vehicles and their guests. Streets that are affected include:
College Park/Crane area
Blake St - all addresses
Cambridge Ave- 600 to 800 blocks only
College Ave - 600 to 800 blocks only
Cornell Rd - all addresses
Crane St - 1300 block only
Harvard Ave - 600 to 800 blocks only
Partridge Ave - 600 to 800 blocks only
University Ave - 0 to 200 blocks (even addresses only)
Flood Park area
Between April 1 and October 31, vehicles cannot be parked on the street without a permit from 8 am to 8 pm on Friday, Saturday and Sunday. Handicapped placards are exempt when properly displayed.
(Please call to check eligibility of a specific address):
Del Norte Ave
Marcussen Drive area
Marcussen Dr - All addresses
Oak Grove Ave - 195 annd 199
Ravenswood Ave - 190, 192, 194, and 198
Daytime residential permits
If you are a resident on a street where restrictions apply, it may be possible to apply for a daytime parking permit if your address qualifies. Permits can be purchased at the main lobby of the police station during regular business hours. Proof of residency is required in the form of a lease or utility bill. For a first time purchase, three permits are provided at a total cost of $15. Any subsequent replacements needed for lost or damages permits will be $15 each. Permits can also be purchased by mail. Please include a complete a Residential Parking Permit Application with a check for $15 made payable to the City of Menlo Park. Permits purchased by mail can only be mailed back to an eligible address.
Vehicles displaying a valid California placard or handicap plates are exempt. For parking issues regarding construction activity, please contact us.