Residential Parking

  1. Types of Residential Permits
  2. Permit Fees
  3. How Do I Obtain a Permit?

Do you live in an apartment building with no off-street or available parking or a multi-family house with a driveway that you can't use?

- You would qualify for the municipal lot parking permits that would give you access to permit parking spaces within the following lots: Library Lot 2, Village Hall Lot 4, South Orange Avenue Lot 5, Riverside Lot 6, Irvington Avenue Lot 8. 

I qualify for the municipal lot permit. What permit is right for me?

- We sell monthly, quarterly, semi-annual and annual permits based on the calendar year. The day permit is valid in the lots from 8:00am to 6:00pm. The night permit is valid from 2:00am to 6:00am. (Free parking after 6pm through 2am in municipal parking lots and at meters.) Please see the next tab for Permit Fees.

Do you live in a one or two family home with no driveway?

- You would qualify for an On-Street permit to park in front of your residence or within a one block radius. This permit is valid day and night seven days a week. This permit is issued with the understanding that the vehicle will be used and not garaged or stored on the street. All on-street permits are subject to Emergency Snow Removal regulations.