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Sno-Park Parking Permits

General Information

Image of a Sno-Park permit required road signYou must have a valid Sno-Park permit displayed in the windshield of your vehicle if
you park in designated winter recreation areas (Sno-Parks) between November 1 and
April 30. Sno-Parks are located in all mountain passes of the state and in most
recognized ski, snowmobile, and snow play areas. 
 
Click here for a map of Oregon Sno-Parks
 
Click here for a DMV brochure on Oregon Sno-Parks (Form 735-6642)

There are three types of Sno-Park permits available:
  • Annual
  • 3-Day (consecutive)
  • Daily
Permits are transferable from vehicle to vehicle.

Fees & Fines
 Type
Fee​
 Annual Sno-Park Permit​ $25*​
 3-Day (consecutive) Sno-Park Permit​ $9*​
 Daily Sno-Park Permit​ $4*​
  
*Agents (resorts, sporting goods stores, and other retail outlets) are allowed to charge an additional service fee for each permit they sell.
 
Parking in a designated area without a permit may result in a $30 fine.

How to Purchase
Permits are sold at all DMV offices and by permit agents in resorts, sporting goods stores, and other retail outlets.
 
Note: Due to the additional costs of associated merchant fees, DMV offices do not accept credit or debit cards. DMV accepts cash, money orders and checks only.

Note: Permit agents are allowed to charge an additional service fee for each permit they sell.
 
You may also submit your request in the form of a letter with a check or money order (see the Fees section above) to:

Oregon DMV
1905 Lana Ave NE
Salem, OR 97314
Make checks or money orders payable to "Oregon DMV."

Reciprocity
Sno-Park permits issued by California and Idaho are honored in Oregon. California and Idaho also honor Oregon's sno-park permits.

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