San Gabriel Police Department
Overnight Parking Permits
Effective October 6, 2005
Beginning October 6, 2005 parking vehicles on all city streets is prohibited between 2:00 a.m. and 6:00 a.m., any day of the year unless a vehicle has a valid City issued parking permit.
Per S.G.M.C. Section 72.034 All vehicles are prohibited from parking on any part of Valley Blvd., Las Tunas Drive, Cameron Way and that portion of San Gabriel Blvd. between Las Tunas Drive and the Interstate 10 interchange between the hours of 2:00 a.m. and 6:00 a.m., any day of the year whether the vehicle has a permit or not.
Parking permits may be purchased from permit vending machines that are located at the front of the San Gabriel Police Department, 625 S. Del Mar Avenue, and the San GabrielParks and Recreation Department, 250 S. Mission Drive. These vending machines are available to the public 24-hours each day. The cost of the permit is three dollars for each night of parking. Exact change is recommended as the permit vending machines return all change in coins.
For parking permits to be valid, you must legibly write the complete license number or Vehicle Identification Number on the space provided and display the permit face up on the driver’s side dashboard.
Parking of commercial use vehicles, passenger trailers, motor homes, house cars, campers, boats, boat trailers and commercially licensed vehicles is prohibited on city streets and no permits are issued for these vehicles.