LNCV Permit Information

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Online Large Non-Commercial Vehicle (LNCV) Parking Permit

Welcome to the City of Burbank’s Online LNCV Parking Permit Program. We hope you find this webpage convenient and easy to use. For information regarding the LNCV parking permit program, you may call (818) 238-3837.

The City of Burbank created a parking permit program which grants the privilege to park an LNCV in the public right-of-way for a limited period of time. Unpermitted LNCVs parked on City streets are subject to citation.

How to Apply for a LNCV Permit

An LNCV parking permit costs $5.00 per day or per permit block of one, two, or three consecutive days (maximum of three days). You may purchase more than one permit block at a time, including future dates (for example one permit block for loading and another for unloading two weeks later). Permit blocks must not occur within 48 hours of each other. You may obtain a maximum of 96 permit days per calendar year. Beginning July 1, 2016, there will be a 2% Administrative Fee for all Public Works credit card transactions.

If you do not have access to a personal computer or printer, you may print your permit at the computer lab of the Burbank Public library. For Burbank Public library locations click here. If it is after hours, you may go to the Burbank Police Department, located at 200 N. Third Street and personnel there can assist you.

A permit can be purchased and printed in one of two ways:

1) Utilize the Burbank CAP permitting system by clicking on the link at the bottom of the page. Click here for new and exisiting customer registration information.

2) Permits are available Monday-Friday, 8:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. at the Public Works Department counter located in the Community Services Building, 150 N. Third Street, Third Floor.

Definition of a Large Non-Commercial Vehicle (LNCV)

Any house car, pick-up truck with camper, recreational vehicle, trailer or other vehicle that measures or exceeds twenty-two (22) feet in length or eight (8) feet in height or eight (8) feet in width. Vehicle height is defined as the distance from the ground to the topmost appurtenance of the vehicle excluding air conditioners, antennae, etc. Vehicle width is defined as the vehicle cross section at its widest part, excepting side mirrors. Vehicle length is defined as the distance from front bumper, hitch or body panel to the rear-most extension of the vehicle. For information about the LNVC ordinance click here.

Parking Near Intersections Prohibited

No person shall park any Large Non-Commercial Vehicle within eighty (80) feet of any intersection of two public streets. 

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