Why did the city enact the residential zone permit program?

In order to reduce or prevent congestion and hazardous traffic conditions in residential areas, to protect these areas from polluted air, excessive noise, and other adverse environmental impacts of automobile commuting, to protect the residents of these areas from unreasonable burdens in gaining access to their property, and to preserve the residential character of such areas and the property value therein (Section 15-201).

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1. Why did the city enact the residential zone permit program?
2. Who may obtain residential zone permits?
3. What documentation do I need in order to obtain a zone parking permit?
4. How much do permits cost?
5. How many permits are available for each address?
6. If I move away from a permit address, can I return my permit?
7. Can I purchase a permit to park on a particular street in order to walk to work or class from that street?
8. Can I use a guest permit if all the available residential permits have been purchased for my address?
9. Where does a residential permit allow its holder to park?
10. Where on a vehicle should residential permits be displayed?
11. What is the fine for parking in a residential zone permit area without a permit?
12. What should I do if I lose my permit?
13. What should I do if I need to replace my permit?