Typical pat response? That's how taxes work, I don't know what to tell you, this is the society you live in. Budgets are made and whatever that ends up being it's divided into residential vs commercial and then split based on property values. A SFD doesn't get more services than their neighbour even though they may have paid more. Is that what you thought? The more you pay the more you get? When you read your property tax report, there is no mention of parking. If the City were to charge those households with more vehicles to be parked on the street, then property taxes across the board would come down, ever so slightly but still.
Of course that's not what I thought. My point was that higher priced houses already pay significantly higher property taxes which benefits everyone far more then them as they don't get any more services. So we can cut them some slack and people should stop whining that they get free parking. They don't, they paid for it when the lot was developed and or resold.