On July 16, Inglewood officials announced the implementation of a new parking permit that will be required to park on any residential city street for more than two hours. For the hours of 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., a permit will not be required.
The new Citywide Permit Parking Program is the city’s effort to prevent SoFi Stadium attendees from overwhelming the nearby residential street parking, which would put a strain on residents in the area.
With the upcoming major events that will be frequently visiting the area such as NFL games, concerts, the 2023 College Football National Championship, the 2028 Summer Olympics opening ceremony, and more, city officials remain firm on their stance that the well-being of Inglewood residents remains a top priority.
The permit parking program is set to go into effect this Fall. Inglewood residents can attain their parking permit on the city’s website by providing proof of residence, a current California driver’s license, and vehicle registration. Each household is eligible to receive two free permits. Additional permits can be requested and arranged for a fee.
The program will be strictly enforced with fines and towing.