Non-Residential Parking Permits
Two standard types of Non-Residential Permits are offered by the city; Service Vehicle Passes, Downtown Employee Parking, and Contractor Parking Permits.
Service Vehicle Passes
Within the On-Street Parking Permit Zones as shown on this map, non-resident property owners may apply for Service Vehicle Passes to be used by themselves or individuals performing work on the property. Please note that while a Service Vehicle Pass can be used for multiple addresses within a single permit zone, if you own properties in multiple permit zones a pass will be needed for each zone. The application fees, requirements, and rules of use can be found below:
- In order to apply for a Service Vehicle Pass, you must have a current driver's license or state ID and proof of ownership of the property. If your name or the name of a company you own is listed on the property's tax records, those can be pulled up by Treasury to use as proof of ownership (provided proof of ownership of the company is provided if applicable).
The application for a Service Vehicle Pass can be found here.
Downtown Employee Parking Permits
Employers that own business in downtown Ypsilanti or their employees may be issued Downtown Employee Parking Permits to use the parking lots noted for the program on this map. Please note not all of the parking lots on this map are covered by this permit. The application fees, requirements, and rules of use can be found below: :
The application for a Downtown Employee Parking Permit can be found here.
Contractor Parking Permits
Contractors performing work on an address located within one of the city's permit parking zones may apply for a Contractor Parking Permit. The application fees, requirements, and rules of use can be found below:
- Fee: $25 per week
- In order to apply for a Contractor Parking Permit, you must have a current driver's license or state ID and proof that you are doing work on the property ( acceptable proof includes a work agreement, permit(s), and other similar documentation).
The application for a Contractor Parking Permit can be found here.