How much does a Parking Permit cost and what are the benefits?
There are two quarterly parking permit programs. One for the area east of Spring Street, called the East-End Program, and another for the area west of Spring Street, called the La Mesa Boulevard Lot Program.

The East-End Program offers either a $40 permit that provides access to approximately 125 parking spaces, or a $60 permit that provides access to 229 spaces in five different parking areas.

The La Mesa Boulevard Lot Program offers access to 31 spaces in the municipal parking lot located on the south side of La Mesa Boulevard, just west of Acacia Avenue.

You can find permit applications, maps of parking areas, and a guide to permit parking policies and procedures on the City's website.

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1. What is the Parking Commission?
2. Who sits on the Parking Commission?
3. When and where does the Parking Commission hold its regular monthly meetings?
4. Where can I find agendas and/or meeting minutes for Parking Commission meetings?
5. How can I communicate with the Commission or report a parking concern?
6. When are parking meters enforced?
7. How do I pay the parking meter?
8. How much time can I purchase at a parking meter and what does it cost?
9. What if the parking meter is not functioning properly?
10. Are parking meters enforced on holidays?
11. How do I pay a parking citation?
12. How do I protest or dispute a parking citation?
13. What happens if I don’t pay a parking citation within 21 days?
14. What is the Parking Permit Program?
15. How much does a Parking Permit cost and what are the benefits?
16. I participate in the Parking Permit Program. How do I renew my permits?
17. I don’t participate in the Permit Program now but I’d like to. What do I do?