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Last Updated: 2020-10-02

Richmond's Jackson Ward neighborhood has limited parking for residents in certain areas, therefore, parking without a permit on designated residential streets in the Jackson Ward District is restricted to residents of the district and guests of the residents (with a temporary permit or an annual visitor’s pass). The permit helps to ensure that residents of densely populated areas have reasonable access to parking near their residences. Cars parked in violation will be ticketed and possibly towed.

Regulation: Without a permit, from 7:00 a.m. to 10:00 p.m., Sunday thru Thursday, and from 7:00 a.m. to 12:00 a.m. Friday and Saturday, only two-hour parking is permitted on the streets below.

Jackson Ward Addresses which qualify for permits

Street Name Side of Street Address Range
1st Street (N) East 505-527
1st Street (N) West 504-528, 700-730
Adams Street (N) West 404-412
Brook Road East 401-435
Catherine Street South 403-419, 501-521
Clay Street (E) North 2-16, 100-112
Clay Street (E) South 0-21, 101-113
Clay Street (W) North 2-18, 100-140, 300-316, 400-422
Clay Street (W) South 0-21, 101-129, 201-215, 301-321, 401-419
Duval Street (E) South 25
Henry Street (N) East 403-409, 507-513
Henry Street (N) West 404-408, 506
Leigh Street (E) North 100-110
Leigh Street (E) South 1-11, 101-117
Madison Street (N) East 401-409
Marshall Street (W) North 300-320
Marshall Street (W) South 305-321
Monroe Street (N) West 505-507
Monroe Street (N) North 508-512
St. James Street East 503-525, 601-625
St. James Street West 504-520, 604

Permit Requirements

The following documents enable residents and property owners of the Jackson Ward District to provide the necessary information to apply for a Restricted Residential Parking Permit.

image: Jackson Ward Parking Permit

Jackson Ward Restricted Parking

    These permits expire Aug 31, 2021.

Restricted Parking Permits

  • No more than three per household
  • Permit Fee - $25 (permits are not pro-rated)
  • Expiration date Aug 31

Courtesy Permits

  • Courtesy Permit Fee - $10 each
  • Expire 10 days from date of issuance
  • May only be purchased by someone owning a valid Jackson Ward parking permit

Annual Visitor's pass

  • Annual Visitor's Pass Fee - $35 each
  • Home Owners are limited to two per household
  • Must be purchased at the same time as the Jackson Ward District Parking Decal
  • Expires at same time as the restricted parking permit - Aug 31
  • Are non-replaceable
  • Must be a resident property owner and must have an annual permit

Parking without a Permit

Parking in the Jackson Ward District without a permit is limited to 2 hours from 7:00 a.m. to 10:00 p.m., Sunday thru Thursday, and 7:00 a.m. to 12:00 a.m. Friday and Saturday. A Jackson Ward District Parking Decal is required to park in excess of 2 hours during these times.

Replacement of Jackson Ward District Parking Decals

A decal purchased for a vehicle that was sold or otherwise disposed of by the owner may be purchased for $1, with verification of the original decal purchase and vehicle information from the Virginia Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV).

Replacement of Lost or Stolen Decals

Decals that are lost or stolen may also be replaced for $1. In these instances, the owner of the vehicle must provide the Department of Public Works, either a signed affidavit that the decal was lost or a copy of a police report indicating the decal was stolen. Jackson Ward District parking decals can be obtained at the following City facility:

Department of Public Works Parking Division
City Hall
900 E. Broad Street, Room 102
Richmond, VA 23219

Monday through Friday between 8:00 a.m. and 5:00 p.m.

Contact Information:

City of Richmond
900 E. Broad St.
Richmond, VA
23219 USA
804.646.5700 (RVA311 Call Center)


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