Sign, sign, everywhere a No Parking sign...

The Dallas Police Department has released the list of streets that will have No Parking or Resident Parking Only restrictions during St. Patrick's Day events on and around Lower Greenville.

Areas already marked by existing No Parking signs are not included on this list (eg 5700 Belmont Avenue, south side of the street has existing No Parking signs, but the north side is an RPO Zone and will have Resident Parking Only signs).

Click here to see the latest DPD parking maps and Council
Member Angela Hunt's Neighborhood Notification Flyer

Final maps will be distributed to neighborhood associations next week, and included with Council Member Angela Hunt's Neighborhood Notification flyer a few days before the event takes place.

The text of the No Parking signs have been revised to include the phrase this side of street in order to clarify coverage of enforcement. These signs will be white with red letters.

The Resident Parking Only signs will be posted on RPO streets. These signs will be yellow with black letters.

Click here to see the latest DPD parking maps and Council
Member Angela Hunt's Neighborhood Notification Flyer

North and South curb lanes of McCommas between Central and Skillman

North curb lanes of all streets between McCommas and Ross

All RPO streets will be available for approved RPO placards (For locations, refer to the map on this page)

West curb lanes of all streets between Central and Skillman except for Matilda

East and West curb lanes of McMillan, Worcola, Euclid, Hope, Summit, Concho and Delmar (between Belmont and Prospect)

East curb lane of Mecca

By Avi S. Adelman under Public safety , Safe streets