- Major Initiatives
- New Residential Parking Plan created
New Residential Parking Plan created
Announced June 2017Due to constant parking problems on several specific streets in Taylor, the City introduced a new Residential Parking Program (RPP) in targeted areas. The permit-based parking is for approved streets in order to make parking easier for residents and guests. It will help alleviate excessive parking by nonresidents and allows for enforcement of violators. The new program focuses on certain areas of Huron, Mayfair and Weddel streets.
Eligibility: To be eligible for a RPP permit, you must be a Taylor resident. All outstanding fines due to the City of Taylor must be paid before receiving parking permits.
Policy: The Taylor City Council on May 16, 2017 approved the RPP ordinance 17-494. The current designated blocks identified in this ordinance are:
- Huron Street: From north right-of-way line of public alley north of Ecorse Road to Philomene
- Mayfair Street: From north right-of-way line of public alley north of Ecorse Road to Philomene
- Weddel Street: From north right-of-way line of public alley north of Ecorse Road to Philomene
Violators can be cited with a ticket resulting in a $100 fine.
How to Apply: RPP permits may be obtained by mail or in person at the Records Bureau of the Taylor Police Department, 23515 Goddard Road, Taylor, MI 48180. When submitting your application, please include or bring with you a copy of your vehicle registration, and proof of residency. If the vehicle is an employer-owned vehicle, you will need a letter from your employer. If you are mailing in the application, you will need to include the application form (download here). When you receive your RPP sticker, it will be affixed to the inside of your vehicle’s windshield in the lower left hand side. Take care that it does not obstruct your vehicle identification number (VIN).
The program started July 30. 2017. For further information, please contact the Taylor Police Department Records Bureau, 23515 Goddard Road, Taylor, MI 48180, or by calling (734) 374-1535.