How to Get a Mueller Parking Permit

If you’re interested in getting a Mueller Parking Permit, here’s how you do it:

Mueller ParkingWe wanted to make you aware of some immediate changes to the City of Austin’s Residential Parking Permit (RPP) Program. Going forward, any permits sold are required to include sales tax. To better facilitate this, the City of Austin has taken over permit distribution for all RPP locations. This means that Mueller Central will no longer be able to hand out permits or day passes on behalf of the City of Austin. If you have already purchased a 2017 permit, no action is needed on your part as your permits are valid through the end of 2017.


If you do not have a current permit, eligible residents are still able to purchase up to two permits per household at $15 per permit. With sales tax, this would bring the total $16.24 for a single permit and $32.48 for two permits. Permits will now be purchased in person or by mail from the ATD Office located at 1111 Rio Grande St, Austin, TX 78701 between the hours of 8:30 am to 2 pm on Mondays, 8:30 am and 12:30 pm on Tuesdays and Thursdays, or 8:30 am and 5:30 pm on Wednesdays and Fridays. Residents will need to bring in or mail an RPP Application, proof of residency and ID to receive their permits. In person purchases can be made via check, cash or credit card at the ATD office. Mailed applications with payment require a check made out to the City of Austin. Permits can then either be picked up in person or mailed back to you.


Additionally, changes have also been made to the guest pass policy. As of February 15, 2017, single-day guest passes can be purchased for $1/pass plus tax and are no longer pre-dated. Residents participating in the RPP program can purchase up to 20 guest passes at a time. Guest passes may also be purchased at the ATD office.


For more information, please visit the City of Austin’s RPP website at Information for Mueller’s RPP area can also be found here. We hope this information helps you better understand the new policies going forward for the Residential Parking Program

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