Motor Vehicle Permits
Butler County Residents:
2017-2018 Resident Motor Vehicle Permit (MVP) will be available at no cost. For your convenience, MVP's are valid for two years.
Proof of Residency:
You must be 16 years of age, provide proof of residency, and fill out a short form. Accepted forms of proof of residency are a valid Driver's License, State ID, Vehicle Registration, License Plate, or utility bill with address of record located in Butler County.
List of Locations to get your 2017-2018 Resident Motor Vehicle Permit.
Non-Butler County Residents:
You can still access all parks and support MetroParks of Butler County by purchasing an annual permit for $10.00 or a daily permit for $5.00.
Obtain an MVP:
US Residents can purchase a Motor Vehicle Permit online. International Residents can obtain a Motor Vehicle Permit by calling the MetroParks Administrative office at 513.867.5835 during Monday - Friday business hours. In both cases, permits will be mailed. Until you receive the mailed permit, your emailed receipt can be used for admittance to MetroParks. Motor Vehicle Permits can also be obtained during normal business hours at MetroParks Administrative Office and Voice of America MetroPark's Welcome Center or Wheelhouse. Address and hours for each location can be found in the List of Locations link above. Additionally, permits can be obtained from Park Rangers, Programming Staff members at programs/events or from Information Booths at the entrances of Sebald Park, Voice of America MetroPark and Rentschler Forest MetroPark when staffed. Motor Vehicle Permits are non-refundable.
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