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Parking Permit
What is the difference between a permanent parking permit and a temporary parking permit?
This answer has been viewed 2414 times and was last updated on 06/26/2017.
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Not a Manatee County resident?  Effective 7/24/17, Out-of-County residents applying for, or renewing, a parking permit can only be served at First Manatee South County Tag Agency, located at 5756 14th St W, Bradenton.

A Permanent Parking Permit is blue in color, is valid for 4 years and is free. 

A Temporary Parking Permit is red in color, is valid for up to 6 months at a time, cannot be renewed without recertification from a doctor and costs $15.

An Application for Disabled Person Parking Permit must be accurately filled out and signed by your physician before any original, renewal or replacement permit can be issued.

 
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