Parking

Permit Parking
If residential permit parking has been instituted on your street, you must obtain a permit. Permit stickers and courtesy guest cards are issued at no cost to all qualified residents. Please do not park along congested streets, which border the town, unless it is your own street. When registering your car for the first time, you must provide proof of residency and a copy of your car registration. Permits are renewed on a two-year cycle.
Parking Restrictions
It is unlawful to park any trucks over three quarter ton, trailer, camper, recreational vehicle, motor home, mobile home, bus or boat on a trailer on town streets between 10pm and 6am.  In addition, it is unlawful to park or store any car, taxi, bus, truck, trailer, recreational vehicle, boat or any vehicle in the front yard of any residential property.  If the residential property occupies a corner lot, it shall also be unlawful for any person to park or store any such vehicle in a side yard.

Disabled Parking
If you or someone living in your home has a disability, you may be able to reserve a parking space near your home. The Maryland Motor Vehicle Administration (MVA) processes resident requests and, if approved, will notify the town to install disabled parking signs.