Disability Parking Permits

Due to COVID-19, the submittal process of obtaining a Disability Parking Permit has changed for each county. Please click on the link of the county you reside in to learn how and where you can obtain a Disability Parking Permit.

COVID-19 UPDATE: 

Pursuant to Governor Ige’s Fourteenth Supplementary Proclamation, the expiration dates for long term (blue) placards and special license plates have been suspended and will be considered valid until November 30, 2020. Permittees may continue using their expired blue placards to obtain parking privileges until the suspension is rescinded. The expiration dates of temporary (red) placards issued in or anytime after the month of November 2019 have been extended through November 30, 2020. Permittees may continue using their expired red placard issued from November 2019 to obtain parking privileges through November 30, 2020. In addition, the requirement to obtain a six-year recertification of disability for special license plates shall be suspended if such recertification becomes due during the emergency period.  (posted 10/16/2020)

City and County of Honolulu Disability Parking Permit Information

As of September 25, 2020, The City and County of Honolulu has updated their parking permit application process. Click on the link above for information on applying for first time long term placards, replacement placards, renewal placards, and temporary placards in the City and County of Honolulu.

 

County of Hawaii (Hawaii Island) Disability Parking Permit Information

As of August 24, 2020, The County of Hawaii has updated their parking permit application submittal process. Click on the link above for information on applying for first time long term placards, replacement placards, renewal of long term placards, and temporary placards in the County of Hawaii (Hawaii Island).

 

County of Maui Disability Parking Permit Information

As of May 15, 2020, The County of Maui has changed their parking permit application submittal process. Click on the link above for information on applying for first time long term placards, replacement placards, renewal of long term placards, and temporary placards in the County of  Maui. Click here to view the Press Release.

County of Kauai Disability Parking Permit Information

As of June 24, 2020, The County of Kauai has changed their parking permit application submittal process. Click on the link above for information on applying for first time long term placards, replacement placards, renewal of long term placards, and temporary placards in the County of  Kauai.


Information about the Parking Program

Hawaii Administrative Rules

·    Accessible Parking, Title 11, Chapter 219 (Accessible Version)

·    Accessible Parking, Title 11, Chapter 219  (PDF Version)

DCAB activities related to parking

DCAB Guiding Principles on the Mobility and Safety of Pedestrians with Disabilities – (posted 9/23/2019)

DCAB Guiding Principles on Public Transit Fixed Route Bus and Paratransit Services – (posted 9/23/2019)

Parking for Persons with Disabilities Program History (posted 9/9/2019

Parking Program for Persons with Disabilities Annual Accomplishments FY 2018-2019 – (posted 9/9/2019)

Parking Program for Persons with Disabilities Annual Accomplishments FY 2017-2018 (PDF) (Accessible PDF) – (posted 10/22/2018)

Parking Program for Persons with Disabilities Annual Accomplishments FY 2016-2017 (pdf) – (posted 9/8/17)
Parking Program for Persons with Disabilities Annual Accomplishments FY 2016-2017 (accessible pdf) – (posted 9/8/17)

Parking Program Annual Accomplishments FY 2014-2015 – (posted 12/24/15)
Parking Program Annual Accomplishments FY 2014-2015 Accessible Version

Accessible Parking Stall Design

How to Design an Accessible Parking Space

Video: How to design an accessible parking space.
Note: Any views or information presented in these videos are for public education purposes. DCAB makes no representation to completeness, or currentness, all information is provided as an informational tool.

Parking Public Service Announcements

Parking 2013 PSA “Be Aware or Beware” Video
Youtube website
Youtube website (audio described)

Parking in Access Aisle PSA 2012

 DCAB Request For Speaking Engagement Form