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South Mulberry District
Richmond's South Mulberry neighborhood has limited parking for residents in certain areas, therefore, parking without a permit on designated residential streets in the South Mulberry District is restricted to residents of the district and guests of the residents (with a temporary permit or an annual visitor’s pass). The permit helps to ensure that residents of densely populated areas have reasonable access to parking near their residences. Cars parked in violation will be ticketed and possibly towed.
Regulation: Without a permit, from 2:00 p.m. to 2:00 a.m., Sunday thru Saturday, only two-hour parking is permitted on the streets below.
South Mulberry Addresses which qualify for permits
|Street Name||Side of Street||Address Range|
|Grayland Ave||North||2600-2622, 2700-2710|
|Grayland Ave||South||2601-2623, 2701-2711|
|South Mulberry St||East||113-123, 201-225, 301-311|
|South Mulberry St||West||200-208|
|Parkwood Ave||North||2602-2624, 2700-2712|
|Parkwood Ave||South||2601-2621, 2707-2709|
Decals are now being sold for parking year 2024.
Current decals, set to expire on July 31, 2023, will remain valid until August 21, 2023 because of decal printing delays.
Letters with decal renewal information are being mailed, or, download the letter and applications below. Please make sure to provide the necessary paperwork with your application and payment.
Residents and property owners of the South Mulberry District: South Mulberry Restricted Parking Permits are due to expire July 31, 2023.
Please refer to the following documents to apply for a Restricted Residential Parking Permit.
South Mulberry Restricted Parking Forms and Information
These permits expire July 31, 2024.
Permit Applications can also be mailed or delivered to City Hall, 900 East Broad Street Room 102, Richmond VA, 23219. If mailed, please anticipate a minimum of 2 weeks for permits to arrive. City of Richmond cannot accurately predict the mail.
See Cover Letter for full details.
The City will process all online submitted requests and mail the permit(s) if approved. Note that the City of Richmond cannot predict the mail. If a permit is needed immediately, you are better off purchasing in City Hall, 900 East Broad Street Room 102, Richmond VA, 23219.
If there are any questions regarding your submission, a City Representative will contact you.
Restricted Parking Permits
- No more than two per household
- Permit Fee - $25 (permits are not pro-rated)
- Expiration date July 31
- Courtesy Permit Fee - $10 each
- Expire 10 days from date of issuance
- May only be purchased by someone owning a valid South Mulberry parking permit
Annual Visitor's pass
- Annual Visitor's Pass Fee - $35 each
- Limited to one per household
- Must be purchased at the same time as the South Mulberry District Parking Decal
- Expires at same time as the restricted parking permit - July 31
- Are non-replaceable
- Must be a resident property owner and must have an annual permit
A decal purchased for a vehicle that was sold or otherwise disposed of by the owner may be purchased for $1, with verification of the original decal purchase and vehicle information from the Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV).
Decals that are lost or stolen may also be replaced for $1. In these instances, the owner of the vehicle must provide the Department of Public Works, either a signed affidavit that the decal was lost or a copy of a police report indicating the decal was stolen. Fan parking decals can be obtained at the following city facilities:
Department of Public Works Parking Division
900 E. Broad St., Room 102
Richmond, VA 23219
Monday through Friday between 8:00 a.m. and 5:00 p.m.
Parking in the South Mulberry District without a permit is limited to 2 hours from 2:00 p.m. to 2:00 a.m., Sunday thru Saturday. A South Mulberry District Parking Decal is required to park in excess of 2 hours during these times.