Neighborhood Association

Residential Permit Parking

Area 21 Parking Permit sign

Area 21 Parking Permits

Area 21 permits expire on June 30 every year.

Community Pick Up for 2019: Required documentation (detailed below) must be presented to collect your permits. Remember, only prepaid permits will be available, and no permits can be purchased at these pickups.

If you have questions about the Tuscany-Canterbury pick-up, contact TCNA volunteer Ellen Silbergald, TCNA’s Area 21 Residential Parking Permit Representative.

First Time Applicants

All 1st time residents must visit the Parking Authority Office located at 200 W. Lombard Street, Baltimore, MD 21201 to purchase their permits. PABC is open Monday – Friday, 8:00 AM – 5:00 PM and has extended hours twice a month (see their website). The office accepts, checks, money orders and credit/debit cards. No cash.

In-person purchase and renewals start June 11, 2019.


Starting May 20, 2019 residents may go online to the PABC website to pay for your renewal. Permits must be retrieved at a community pick up or at the Parking Authority. Residents must present required documentation to obtain permits. Please allow three business days between online purchase and community pick up date.

Renew Online

Community Pickups: BRING YOUR ID

Date: Tuesday, June 4, 2019
Time: Starting at 6:00 pm (immediately prior to the TCNA Annual Membership Meeting)
Location: Calvert Middle School

Date: Saturday, June 8, 2019
Time: 10:00 am – 12:00 pm
Location: Residences at the Colonnade, 3801 Canterbury Road

General Information About Area 21

Some areas within the Tuscany-Canterbury neighborhood require Area 21 residential parking permits for on street parking between the hours of 2:30-8:30 p.m. on weekdays. The Baltimore City Parking Authority issues these permits based on the residence address.


Area 21 parking restrictions affect the unit blocks of West 39th Street and W Highfield Road, 3900 block of Canterbury Road, 3900 block of Cloverhill Road, 3900 block of Linkwood Road (only home on block), 200 block of Stony Run Lane (only up to 229), and the 200 block of Stoneyford Road. Residents in the individual building at 100 W 39th Street are also included.

Area 21 permits expire on June 30 every year.

Each residence (not each person residing in an eligible residence) in the zone can purchase a maximum of four (4) decals/stickers (registration must be shown for each) and 1 visitor permit.

Required Dcoumentation

The following must be presented each time a resident obtains a permit.

  1. Current vehicle registration with an eligible address in Area 21
  2. Proof of Residency – One of the following documents is required to prove residency:
    • Driver’s license
    • Current vehicle registration
    • Current lease (must be signed by all parties)
      • Month to month or an automatic renewal lease requires additional documentation. Verbal confirmation is unacceptable. Permit requests are not processed through the mail.
      • Customers showing a lease as proof of residency are still subject to relevant laws limiting the number of permits that may be issued to a residence. Please bring a copy of your lease that clearly identifies all persons residing in the dwelling unit or you may be denied permits.
      • Sub-lease agreements that are not signed by the landlord must be accompanied by the original signed lease.
    • Settlement papers or current property tax bill
    • Landlord’s notarized statement
    • MVA identification card and current house phone bill, utility bill or cable bill (less than 30 days old showing applicant’s name and address). Utility or cable bills may be presented on a smartphone if the following standards are met.

More Information

For more information, please visit the Parking Authority of Baltimore City website.

Get documentation requirements and information about purchasing or picking up permits at the Parking Authority.