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If you live in a Home Forward public housing community, space may be available for you to park one car per household — just make sure to display your Home Forward parking sticker.
Register Your Vehicle
If you want to park your car at the property where you live, you’ll need to register your vehicle with Home Forward. We’ll give you a sticker that must be displayed in the lower left corner of your rear window. For motorcycles, the sticker must be plainly visible. All vehicles must be properly licensed.
Respect the Parking Signs
Some parking spaces have signs to restrict who can park there, such as visitors, staff, or people with disabilities. Spaces that are marked “Visitor Parking” are reserved for non-residents who are visiting residents. Visitors may park for a maximum of 6 hours. Any space that is marked “Resident Parking” — or is not marked at all — is available for all residents.
No Storage or Repairs
Parking in our public housing communities is reserved for vehicles that are actively used by residents. Storage or repair of vehicles or any other equipment is not allowed.
Violators Will be Towed
Any vehicle that is found to be in violation of the Home Forward parking rules may be towed and impounded immediately, without notice. Vehicles that are not displaying a current parking registration sticker, or that are inoperable, will be given a 72-hour warning notice with a chance to correct the violation before towing.
Disputing the Towing of Your Car
If your vehicle is in the process of being towed, talk to the driver. If your car already was towed, you need to dispute it with the towing company. Write a detailed letter that explains why you feel the towing was invalid, including the following information:
- Date of tow
- Time of tow
- Invoice number
- Location of vehicle when towed
- Make, model and license plate of vehicle
- Tow truck driver's name (if known)
- Your name, address and telephone number
- Any photographs you have as proof of the validly parked vehicle
- Any other information you feel is important and/or relevant