Friday, June 21: Borough Hall will be closed in observance of Juneteenth.

Request residential and visitor parking permits

There are certain streets where parking is limited or in high demand. Parking permits give residents (and their guests) priority to park in available parking spaces.

Permit types

Each household is entitled to an unlimited number of residential parking permits and 2 visitor parking permits.

Residential permits

Residents on streets with restricted parking must register for free parking permit(s), which are:

  • Issued for any vehicle(s) owned by a resident of that street
  • Required to be displayed on the vehicle's left rear window
  • Valid for 1 year

Visitor permits

When you register for a residential parking permit, you will automatically receive 2 visitor parking permits.

  • The visitor permits are portable and must hang on the vehicle's rearview mirror
  • You should reuse these permits. Remember to collect the visitor permit when your guest(s) leave.

Exemptions

These vehicles do not need a permit to park on the street while providing services to a residence:

  • Contractors, service and delivery vehicles showing the name and address of a commercial business
  • Emergency vehicles, public service, telephone and other public utility vehicles

How to register

  1. Confirm that you need a parking permit. See the list of roads below or call the Clerk's office.
  2. Gather copies of the registration cards for each vehicle
  3. Gather copies of the driver's licenses for each vehicle owner
  4. Submit the Residential Parking Permit application online or in person at Borough Hall. You will need to provide copies of the registration cards and licenses at this time.

Streets with restricted parking

You need a permit to park on these streets, from 9 am to 8 pm:

  • Adams Street, both sides, from Post Street to Eastern States Parkway
  • Davenport Street, west side, from West Cliff Street to West High Street (except for the most northerly parking stall which is reserved for the St. Thomas A.M.E. Zion Church)
  • East Cliff Street, both sides, between Grove Street and North Bridge Street
  • Fairmont Avenue, both sides, entire length
  • Grant Avenue, both sides, entire length
  • Lee Way, both sides, entire length
  • Lisa Terrace, both sides, from Lee Way to Reimer Street
  • Madison Street, both sides, from Post Street to Eastern States Parkway
  • Mechanic Street, west side, entire length
  • Monroe Street, both sides, from Post Street to Eastern States Parkway

You need a permit to park on these streets, from 7 am to 4 pm: 

  • Mastogen Drive, both sides, entire length
  • Mountain Avenue, both sides, from Altamont Place and West Cliff Street to Prospect Street
  • North Doughty Avenue, both sides, from West Cliff Street to Prospect Street
  • North Middaugh Street, both sides, from Altamont Place to Prospect Street
  • Prospect Drive, both sides, entire length
  • Prospect Street, both sides, from North Doughty Avenue to North Middaugh Street
  • Speer Street, both sides, entire length
  • West Cliff Street, both sides, from North Doughty Avenue to Mountain Avenue
  • West Summit Street, both sides, from Mercer Street to North Middaugh Street

Contact

Kevin Sluka
Borough Clerk-Administrator

(908) 725-2300
ext. 1983
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