MyResidentPermit.com Quick Start Guide
MyResidentPermit.com was purpose built as a fast, practical way to create, manage and print your resident parking permits. This Quick Start Guide provides you with all the tools you need to get started right away. Scroll through for step-by-step instructions or go right to the section you need by using the table of contents below.
Begin by going to the direct link at www.myresidentpermit.com/manage, or select 'Manage' at the top right of the homepage.
Table of contents
Accessing your account
Create a permit
Search or View your permit database
Edit/Change a permit
Printing Adhesive Permits
1. Accessing your account
2. Create a permit
Select the 'Create' box to create new a resident permit.
Begin by typing your property name, fill out each field, then click 'Submit'. The "E-mail a confirmation" field provides the option to send your resident an e-mail with permit details.
3. Search & View your permit database
Search through or View your permit database by selecting 'View' from www.myresidentpermit.com/manage or by selecting the 'Click here to access your permit database' at the bottom of the permit creation form.
4. Edit/Change a permit
Your database is ordered by default to apt number (least to greatest). This ordering can be changed for any data by clicking the header in each column within the gray box.
Pro-Tip: You can quick-add a permit by using the box feature at the top of your database. Just type the permit, apt, tenant name etc. and click the 'ADD' button on the right.
When you need to make a change to an existing permit, MyResidentPermit.com makes it easy with one-click line edits. In this example we'll change space "55" to space "550"
Begin by clicking the 'Edit' option at the far right of your screen
Select the data box(es) you would like to change, then save by clicking 'Update'
Once either option is selected a search form will allow you to find any exising entry by Name, Unit #, Permit, Vehicle Make or Model, Plate #, Space or Expiration Range.
To view your entire database, leave all fields blank and click 'Search' at the bottom of the form.
5. Printing Adhesive Permits
Make sure your using the Google Chrome browser , then select 'View Details' for the permit you would like to print. A page will appear displaying permit details and a preview of the adhesive permit.
Load your printer with a blank SWAT / Pro-Tow permit sheet, then click 'Print this page'
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