On-street parking, whether on public or private streets within the King Farm Community, must comply with the laws and regulations of the
City of Rockville as well as the policies contained in the governing documents and policies adopted by the Assembly Board of Trustees.
King Farm has both public and private streets throughout the community.

The City of Rockville enforces parking violations, handles resident complaints (regarding parking), and conducts inspections for parking violations.
Street parking requires parking permits and specific parking lots in the community also require parking permits. The KFCA Staff will continue to work
with residents to filter complaints regarding parking violations to the City, but ultimately is the residents’ responsibility to report and respond
to violations to the City.

Report a Parking Violation:

If you need to report a parking violation within King Farm, such as a car parked illegally, cars parked in reserve spots, trailer parking, etc.
please contact the City of Rockville Parking Enforcement.


240-314-8920; For complaints, call 240-314-8900

Parking Tickets:

If you have received a parking ticket, you need to contact the City of Rockville to pay or dispute the ticket.

Ways to Pay a Ticket:
RCPD – Parking Enforcement:

2 West Montgomery Ave, Rockville, MD 20850
(240) 314-8920

To dispute a ticket you must email your complaint to: parking_enforcement@rockvillemd.gov


Parking Permits (City of Rockville):

On-street parking is restricted in various areas to ensure fair access to parking. If you live in a street that requires permit parking
at certain times, you must request a parking permit for each vehicle.  All residents living in permit restricted parking zones are eligible
for parking permits. In addition to the permit, each household receives two visitor parking passes. Permits and passes are only
permitted for your restricted parking zone. The City of Rockville has 9 parking districts and King Farm is located in District F.

For more information please visit the City of Rockville’s website: https://www.rockvillemd.gov/334/Parking-Permits

The 3-year renewal rate for parking permits is $6 per car. The rates decrease or are prorated by year
in the amount of $2, until the end of each respective cycle.

For example:

First year – $6
Second year – $4
Third year – $2

To request a parking permit from the City of Rockville, you will need to complete the application and return to the RCPD
police department either in-person OR by mail with payment.

For more information please call the City of Rockville Parking Division:
2 W. Montgomery Avenue
Rockville, MD 20850

Visitor Passes:

Each household on the permitted streets is authorized two visitor passes for free to use for the duration of the 3-year cycle.
Residents are not allowed to use visitor passes. Any person caught using a Visitor Pass
unlawfully could be fined $100.

KFCA Parking Lot Permits:

There are 4 streets that allow/require permit parking in lots. New homeowners and tenants need to obtain and complete
a registration form and email it to Management (management@kingfarm.org) to receive a parking lot permit.

Please see the King Farm parking lots below requiring a permit:

  • Parking Block W: 201 – 201 Poplar Spring Road; 200 Ridgemont Ave – 1 priority and 1 non-priority hangtag.
  • Parking Block Y: 501 – 501 and 503 King Farm Blvd – if your building has a parking garage do not need hangtag, but if you do not have a parking garage then you will receive a hangtag.

To obtain a permit you must provide the following:

  1. Copy of your driver’s license(s)
  2. Lease (tenant) or ALTA form (owners). Homeowners receive an ALTA form at settlement.
  3. Car registration(s)
  4. KFCA Parking Permit Registration Form 

Please email these items to Management and once they have been received and verified we will issue you parking permit(s).
KFCA parking permits are free to residents. However, if they are lost, stolen, etc. it is $125.00 per replacement permit.


KFCA Vehicle Policies & Restrictions:

Per KFCA Administrative Resolution #3, the Board of Trustees approved the following vehicle policies:

  • Vehicles may not be parked in the private alleys. Temporary loading and unloading is permitted.
  • No boats, trailers, buses, trucks or recreation vehicles may be parked within the Community in open view, except that non-commercial pick-up
    trucks and passenger vans may be so parked. For purposes of this Resolution, “non-commercial” means no visible commercial signage, identification
    or lettering, and no visible commercial equipment and “open view” means other than within a garage.
  • All vehicles must be parked on a paved surface on a Lot provided for such purpose or in a garage.
  • Junk or derelict vehicles may not be parked or stored in open view within the Community. A junk or derelict vehicle is one which is not operable,
    or which is missing essential components, including, but not limited to, tires, wheels and window glass. Vehicles may not be parked or stored on
    blocks in open view within the Community.
  • Vehicles repairs may not be performed in open view within the community