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Disabled parking: Organizational

If your organization transports anyone that’s disabled, you can choose one if these options:

  • Placards for the rear-view mirror of vehicles that provide regular transportation.
  • License plates for each vehicle that is registered with your organization and used for regular transportation.

Submit your application

To get a placard or disabled parking plate*: Bring your completed Disabled Parking Application for Organizations and a copy of your current business license to a vehicle licensing office.

*Note: For disabled parking plates include with the application, a copy of the vehicle’s current registration.

Annual status report required

Every March we’ll mail a status report to your organization. You must report on each disabled parking placard or license plate by April 30th. If you don’t, they’ll be canceled.

Renew your plates yearly

For license plates: To renew, you must visit a local vehicle licensing office.

For placards: They must be renewed every 5 years. To renew, bring your completed Disabled Parking Application for Organizations, a copy of your current business license and any supporting documents to a vehicle licensing office.

Questions?

Contact us

Washington Healthcare Finder
Access Washington – official state government website