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Failure to park head on (subsequent offense)
Current Utility Bill
(pertaining to parking at or near train station lots)
The parking permit that you are applying for must be used by a New Providence resident and for the vehicle specified on your application. If a permit is used on a different vehicle than what is originally stated in the application, you may be subject to a summons.
No parking permit (1st offense)
Proof of residence in Your Town must be attached or submitted to the parking to this application.
Below is the schedule of how the fees are prorated.
The parking permit that you will be issued is a permanent sticker for the outside of your vehicle. As of April 1, 2016 Your Town no longer sells transferable decals. If you need to park two vehicles on the same day you will need to purchase two stickers. If you need to use a different vehicle temporarily you must call the police department before parking your vehicle in the lot without a sticker. If you do not notify the police department you will receive a summons for parking without a permit. This permit may be used for parking at the X Train Lot or the Y Train Lot.
Permits are issued on an annual basis only. All permits expire on March 31st of the year.
This application is for a single vehicle only. To register another vehicle please submit another application.
Thank you for your cooperation.
Not parked in a space (train station lots)
Parking is permitted between the hours of 5:00 a.m. and 2:00 a.m. Cars may not be parked overnight. If you are unexpectedly detained past 2:00 a.m., you must call the Police Department (555) 555-5555.
Permit fees are prorated automatically from the date of application to begin the following till March 31st.
By signing below, I certify that I have read and understood the rules and regulations pertaining to the issuance of a parking permit. I understand that the parking permit issued allows me to park at the Murray Hill or Your Town train station parking lots, Monday through Friday, between the hours of 5:00 a.m. to 2:00 a.m. and that overnight parking is NOT permitted. I understand that the permit does not guarantee a parking space.
Clear leaves, snow and debris from rear window so the permit is clearly visible. Your Town ordinance (in part) “…parking permit must be kept visible at all times while parked in the municipal public parking lot”.
(Applicants must be residents of Your Town)
No parking certain hours
123 Main Ave
If you have any questions or need additional information, please call Your Town at (555) 555-555.
No parking permit (subsequent offense)
License Plate #*
Driver's License with Current Address
* Indicates required field
All permit holders must park HEAD-ON within the lines of a designated parking space.
The permit sticker must be displayed on the outside of the vehicle, on the bottom left side of the rear windshield.
Meter violation (subsequent offense)
Your Town, USA 00000
Failure to park head on (1st offense)
It is the permit holder’s responsibility to renew parking permits on time. All parking permits expire on March 31st. Please allow sufficient time to receive your permit in the mail.
Refund Policy: $30 per each remaining full month, less a $10 administrative fee. Refunds will only be granted if the permit holder requests the refund before the start of a month. Permit holder must make request in writing and return the permit sticker with the request.
Valid examples include:
Traffic Section [excerpt]
There is a $10.00 replacement fee for lost permits. You must provide proof of why the permit was lost such as a proof of sale for the old vehicle; if this documentation is not provided you will be subject to paying the full amount for a new permit.
Permits run by fiscal year from April 1st to March 31st.
Resident Parking Permit Application
The Local Supplemental Violations Bureau Schedules that were prepared, pursuant to R 7:12-4, for offenses committed prior to the effective date of this schedule are on file with the municipal court administrator and are available for public inspection upon request.
Instructions for Parking Permit Holders
Pursuant to Your Town Ordinances, the following Local Supplemental Violations Bureau Schedule of designated offenses and Payable Amounts have been approved by the Vicinage Assignment Judge and shall be in effect for offenses committed on or after September 1, 2011. This Schedule shall be prominently posted for public inspection at the location of the Violations Bureau.
The application has been submitted.
Confirmation of receipt will be sent to the email address below.