How can a person obtain a disabled parking permit?
An original Application for Disabled Parking Identification (Form 861) signed by an Alaska licensed physician must be submitted to the Division in order for an individual to obtain a disability parking permit. The application may be submitted in person or by mail. A permit may be issued for temporary or permanent disabilities. The disability must fall within the specific parameters of the definition of mobility impaired as defined on the application.
|What is the cost for a disability parking permit?||
There is no charge for a permit.
|How many permits may be issued
to an applicant?
|How long is a permit valid?
Permanent is valid for 5 years
Temporary is valid for up to 6 months
honored in Alaska?
|Does a person with a
parking permit have to put money in the parking meter?
|If a vehicle
displays disability plates
is a permit necessary?
|Can an organization that transports individuals with disabilities obtain parking permits?
||Yes. Please contact our Contract Services Unit. (907) 269-5575|
|What address do I
mail the application to?
State of Alaska