Residential Parking System

 

Residential Parking System

Information and Guidelines

 

APPLICATION

 

LOCAL LAW ENACTING CHAPTER 193, ENTITLED

RESIDENTIAL PARKING SYSTEM IN THE TOWN OF HARRISON

 

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The purpose of the Residential Parking System is to allow residents who reside within the district to park, during the day, on designated streets without regard to the two and four hour parking restrictions. Permits will be in effect on weekdays from 6:00 a.m. - 7:00 p.m.

 

To obtain permits, residents must provide a valid registration for each vehicle. Vehicle(s) must be registered at the resident’s Harrison address and fall within the boundaries established by the State of New York. A valid driver’s license with the resident’s Harrison address and a copy of a recent utility bill containing the resident’s Harrison address are required.

 

A completed application and the above mentioned documents may be submitted through the mail or by visiting the Town Clerk’s office at the above address. Please note, for your convenience the Clerk has instituted evening hours during Town Board and Planning Board meetings. Please call for dates and hours.

 

If you get new License Plates or purchase/lease a new vehicle, you must obtain a new permit. It is the resident’s responsibility to remove the old permit from the vehicle and provide proof of removal when applying for a new permit.

 

Additional applications may be obtained by calling the Town Clerk’s office at 914-670-3030 or downloaded from the Town’s website.

 

Permits are not transferable. The permit cannot be used for business or commuter purposes. Permits may not be taped or glued onto the window. If a permit no longer adheres to the window, a new permit must be issued and the original permit returned to the Clerk. Permits that are taped or glued will not be honored and your vehicle may be ticketed.

 

All parking regulations and restrictions, other than the two and four hour time restrictions for permitted cars will remain and be enforced including the 24 hour parking limit.

 

All permits issued between August 1, 2015 and December 31, 2015 will expire on January 1, 2017.