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Special Event Parking Permit Application

Special Event Parking Permits are issued through the Leland Police Department in correspondence with the Town of Leland's Parking Ordinance and are valid for one day (up to 24 hours). Apply for a parking permit using the form below. Scroll to the bottom of this page for answers to frequently asked questions regarding Special Event Parking Permits.





Frequently Asked Questions

A special event is a one day (24 hours maximum) activity at a residence, such as a reception, wedding, or party.

Town Council has established an ordinances allowing parking by permit, but only for special events, subject to the Police Chief’s approval.

No. No one has an inherent right to park on the publicly owned streets within the Town. Town Council sets the regulations for when and if parking is allowed in the Town’s publicly owned right-of-ways.

No. Parking on the street is only for special events.

No. Section 24-32 of the Town Code indicates where parking is strictly forbidden, regardless of the permit.

No. A maximum of 25 one-day (24 hours maximum) special event visitor temporary parking permits are available for any single event.

No. Permits are free of charge.

No. All parking permit requests are subject to approval by the Police Chief or designee.

No. A five-day advance notice is required.

Contact the on-duty supervisor utilizing 911. Special consideration will be given to this situation.

No. For example, parking is not allowed on any street where the paved area is 20 feet wide or less. Section 24-32 of the Code of Ordinances lists other areas and streets where parking is prohibited.

No. Special event parking permits are limited to a single day (24 hours maximum).

No. Parking is not allowed on the grassy area or shoulder of any street.

You cannot park on sidewalks or the sidewalk area that extends across your driveway. The sidewalk and driveway portion between the sidewalk and pavement are part of the publicly owned right-of-way. The sidewalk and extension across the driveway must be clear for pedestrian travel.