Royal Oak Offers Snow Emergency Parking Exemption Permits

The following information was taken from the City of Royal Oak website.

Persons residing in homes without driveways may apply for a “Snow Emergency Parking Exemption Permit." 

Applications can be obtained from:

  • the city website
  • City Clerk’s Office, 211 Williams St.
  • Records Bureau of the Royal Oak Police Department, 221 E. Third Street. Records Bureau hours are: Monday through Thursday from 1-4 p.m. 

Applicants are required to show proof of residence and must provide a current vehicle registration for the vehicle to be exempted. 

The one-time permit cost is $25 per vehicle.

NOTE: This permit allows the owner/lessee of the vehicle for which the permit is issued to park only in front of his/her residence during the snow emergency.

The Duke of Royal Oak January 03, 2014 at 11:22 AM
Does anyone know the fee for a ticket when parking on the street during a snow emergency?
Judy Davids (Editor) January 03, 2014 at 03:06 PM
It's $50.
Kyle Opalinski February 19, 2014 at 10:58 PM
Apply for the permits is useless. I live on a corner lot with an approach enterance to my garage thats 12 feet long. RO Police Dept. denied my applicant for the permit. They consider that enterance a driveway when my pickup truck is 22 feet long and would hang in the street either way. The $25 you pay for the applicant is non-refundable, therefore being denied cost me $25. Nothing but a scam.


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