Accessible parking permits for
Livonia residents are available at no charge from the Town
Clerk's Office. In order to apply for a permit, you and your doctor
must complete an Application
for a Parking Permit for Persons With Severe Disabilities.
You must also bring the driver's license of the person to whom
the permit was issued, unless that person does not have a driver's
Upon receipt of the application, the Town Clerk will issue a
Temporary or Permanent Parking Permit. A Temporary Parking Permit
can be issued for up to 6 months, at the discretion of the doctor.
A Permanent Parking Permit is issued for a three year period.
At the end of three years, the parking permit may be renewed at
the Town Clerk's office, provided
the permit holder still resides in the town.
The Accessible Parking Permit is issued to the person with
the disability, not to the vehicle. Persons may not use the
permit unless they are transporting the person to whom
the permit is issued.
Accessible permits should not be left on the rear view mirror
Lost or stolen permits should be reported to the issuing agent
Up to two permits may be issued per person.
Permits are issued by the municipality in
which you reside. If you have a Florida driver's license,
then you should apply for your parking permit in Florida.
The Livonia Town Clerk can only issue an accessible parking
permit for individuals that maintain their residency (as shown
by their driver's license) in the Town of Livonia.