The Department of Transport constitutes of 5 sections – Roads Office Section (this section issues various local road permits), Parking Section (issues parking cards), Road Network Section (deals with construction permits, announcements of construction concerning local roads, and access roads), Section of the Environment and Administration Fees Section (administrative procedures connected with violation of Traffic Code).

Address: Seifertova 51, Prague 3, tel. 420 222 116 403

Office hours: Monday, Wednesday: 8.00 a.m. – 6.00 p.m.

Parking Section

Address: Perunova 5, Prague 3, tel.: 420 222 517 345

Office Hours: Monday, Wednesday 8.00 a.m. – 6.00 p.m., Tuesday and Thursday 8.00 a.m. – 3.00 p.m., Friday 8.00 a.m. – 2.00 p.m.

Paid Parking Zones in Prague 3

Paid parking zones are established all over the area of Prague 3. Orange Zone parking (max. 2 hours of parking) and Green Zone parking (max. 6 hours of parking) is paid by inserting coins into parking meters. These zones are subject to payment of parking fee weekdays from 8.00 a.m. to 6.00 p.m., other times and at weekends the parking is free. Detailed parking rules and regulations and amounts of parking fees are stated on the parking meters. Blue zone (marked by blue lines) marks parking reserved for Prague 3 residents only. Cars parked in blue zones must have a valid parking sticker placed on the windscreen. Exception in blue zone parking is parking shorter than 3 minutes and parking from 06.00 a.m. – 08.00 a.m. when all vehicles are allowed to parking in blue zones.

Parking regulations are controlled by city police patrols. Violation of parking rules can result in parking fines and unauthorised vehicles could be towed away at owner’s expenses. Prague 3 permanent and long-term residents are entitled to purchase parking stickers for blue zone at Prague 3 Municipality on condition that residents present the following documents:

Documents required from foreign citizens residing in Prague 3:

1) Prove of permanent or long-term residence in Prague 3 (original document):

 A) Foreign citizens and EU citizens residing in the Czech Republic:

  • valid ID card or passport with permanent residence permit or valid ID card or passport with temporary stay or state border crossing report with confirmation of temporary stay on the back side of the document.

 B) Third-country nationals – citizens of the states that are not members of EU residing in the Czech Republic:

  • valid passport with a valid visa or passport and residence card.

2) Document proving legal relation to vehicle (original):

 A) applicant is an owner of the vehicle:

  • vehicles registered in the Czech Republic: vehicle registration (registration document, certificate of registration) of the vehicle concerned where the applicant is stated as an owner of the vehicle
  • vehicles registered abroad: vehicle registration (registration document) of the vehicle concerned where the applicant is stated as an owner of the vehicle + official translation to Czech (not required if the original document is in Slovak language), signed by the owner of the vehicle confirming the validity of the data stated in the document.

 B) other accepted legal relations to vehicle:

Leased vehicle, vehicle purchased through loan, vehicle with a long-term rental contract with rental car company, company vehicle for private use by employee of the company or member of the company board.

In cases as stated above the documents required in order to obtain the blue zone parking sticker are stated on our website Praha 3 - Zone of paid parking - link “Metodika DOP“. This website further shows:

  • parking sticker price list
  • map of zones with paid parking
  • appointment form for filing an application for parking sticker
  • further information

Section of the Environment

Section of the Environment (Oddělní životního prostředí) is the agency locally responsible for administration in the areas of air quality protection, waste management, cruelty to animals, arable land resources, the protection of nature and landscape, the felling of trees and issuing hunting and fishing licenses.

Address: Seifertova 51, Praha 3, 2nd floor, tel. 222 116 370

Office hours: Monday, Wednesday: 8am – 6pm

Hunting and Fishing Licenses

A fishing or hunting license can be applied for by a Czech citizen or by a foreigner who is (permanently or temporarily) in the jurisdiction of the pertinent Division.

A fishing permit is required for everyone engaged in fishing in a (public) fishery. It is valid throughout the Czech Republic for 1, 3 or 10 years from the date of issue.

To apply you will need:

  • an identification card (občanský průkaz)
  • a valid passport or a residency permit (for foreigners)
  • a certificate from the Czech Fishing Association on basic knowledge about fishing or an old Czech fishing license
  • for foreigners – a fishing permit, license or similar document issued by the state of citizenship.


Validity For applicants age 15 and up For applicant younger than 15
1 year 100 Kč 50 Kč
3 years 200 Kč 100 Kč
10 years 500 Kč 250 Kč

A hunting license is the basic prerequisite for hunting. For Czech citizens it can be issued with a validity of 1 day, 5 days, 30 days, 6 months, 1 year and indefinitely, for foreigners with validities of 1 day, 3 days, 30 days, 6 months or 1 year. In regard to hunting licenses, a foreigner is a physical person who does not have permanent residency in the Czech Rep.

A hunting license can be issued only to someone age 16 or older, who is competent (fit) to enter into legal proceedings, has passed an examination in hunting and game keeping (a valid, foreign-issued hunting authorization/license is acceptable) and has a clean criminal record, as evidenced by a transcript not older than 3 months. The hunting and game office can get the criminal record transcript by remote access.

A foreigner who does not reside in the CR and is applying for a hunting license valid for less than 30 days can submit a valid hunting license from his/her country of residence or a certified copy thereof. The applicant must have insurance.

You will need:

  • An identity card (občanský průkaz) or a passport (foreigners)
  • A certificate from a hunting and game keeping examination or a valid hunting permit/license (foreigners)
  • proof of insurance (per §48 of law 449/2001 Sb., on hunting and game keeping)
  • evidence of a clean criminal record (a foreigner who is not a permanent resident of the Czech Rep. and is applying for a hunting license valid for less than 30 days can submit a valid hunting license from his/her country of residence instead).


Validity Fee
1 day 30 Kč
5 days 50 Kč
30 days 70 Kč
6 months 100 Kč
12 months 150 Kč
indefinite 1000 Kč

Applications for fishing or hunting licenses can be filled out and submitted at the District office of Prague 3. You can also fine them on the web pages of Prague 3.

Response times:

If the hunting license application cannot be immediately processed and approved (or denied), the Division of the Environment is obligated to issue a decision within 30 days from the application.