Portions of Guilford are covered by Baltimore’s Residential Parking Permit (RPP) Program. The program attempts to address locations where there is excessive demand for limited on-street parking spaces by assuring that residents and their visitors have preferential access to on-street parking through displayed permit or visitors pass. In Guilford, parking conflict exists in areas adjacent to neighboring institutions – Loyola College, Johns Hopkins University and Union Memorial Hospital.
There are three RPP areas covering portions of Guilford: RPP Area 1 (Oakenshawe); RPP Area 6 (Loyola); and RPP Area 21 (Canterbury). Each has a different neighborhood coordinator because the RPP defined areas overlap neighborhoods and each has different renewal dates for obtaining permits. Residents must re-apply for permits each year. The process is simplified through the use of the Baltimore City Parking Authority web page accessed through the following link: http://www.baltimoreprefparking.com/index.cfm?checkedAccess=1
There is an annual neighborhood meeting date when permits can be picked up by residents who have pre-registered and paid the annual fee.
The following individuals serve as neighborhood coordinators for each of the RPP areas covering Guilford blocks and can be contacted for assistance:
RPP Area 1 representative – Perry Bridger Email: email@example.com
RPP Area 6 representative – Jay Lippincott Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
RPP Area 21 representative – Carl Hyman Email: email@example.com
RPP Area 6 is administered by Guilford. The attached flyer gives directions for applying for parking permits on line. It also includes a listing of streets that are included in the area. Download the flyer.