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The parking services director, or his or her designee, may issue and collect a fee for up to forty zone 4 and up to forty zone 5 parking permits annually to businesses or employees of businesses located within an area bounded by S. Washington Street on the west side, S. Indiana Street on the east side, and E. 3rd Street on the south side, and E. 6th Street on the north side. This area also includes the address now known as 403 E. 6th Street.

(a) Application. Proof of employment must be submitted upon making an application for a parking permit. In addition, proof of ownership or principal use of the motor vehicle must be submitted upon making application for a parking permit.

(b) Limitation. The parking services director, or his or her designee, may issue one permit per ten employees employed by the business. The parking services director, or his or her designee, may issue additional permits to employers without adequate off-street parking who also have twenty-five or more employees and who could not otherwise operate under the residential neighborhood zone permit system.

(c) Fee. The fee for parking permits prior to August 15, 2019 is $75. Beginning August 15, 2019, the fee will be $103. Please note fees escalate yearly. For more info see municipal code 15.37.210

(d) The parking services director or his or her designee may deny an application for a permit under this section upon a determination that:

   (1) The applicant has failed to supply any of the information required on an application or requested by the parking services director;

   (2) The applicant has provided false information or misrepresented a material fact in connection with an application; or

   (3) The applicant has failed to pay the required permit fee.

(e) The parking services director may revoke a permit issued under this section if:

   (1) The permittee fails to meet the qualifications required of an applicant;

   (2) The permittee obtained the permit by fraud or misrepresentation; or

   (3) The permittee violates any provision of this chapter.

(f) An applicant who applies for a permit under this section may appeal an adverse ruling by the parking services director, or his or her designee, to the city's board of public works. Any such appeal must be made in writing and must be filed with the board of public works no later than ten working days from the date of the adverse ruling.