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PARKING QUESTIONS
Frequently Asked Questions and useful links
QUESTION:  What are the parking meter holidays

Answer: New Year's Day, Martin Luther King, Jr. Day, President's Day, Columbus Day, Memorial Day, Independence Day, Labor Day, General Election Day, Veterans' Day, Thanksgiving Day and Christmas Day.

QUESTION:  I received a parking ticket at a broken meter. What should I do?

Answer: Click here and fill out the affidavit. Submit it with your parking ticket.

QUESTION:  I received a parking ticket at the resident lot even though I have a sticker. What should I do?

Answer:  Click here and fill out the affidavit. Submit it with your parking ticket.

QUESTION:  What are the train station parking options for residents?

ANSWER:  There are quite a few parking options available for residents who wish to park at or nearby the Hastings-on-Hudson train station:
1.  For those who commute on a regular basis, purchasing an annual parking permit in the Zinsser resident parking lot across the street from the train station might be the best option.  The cost is $440 per year and depending on demand, the permits either go on sale or are distributed by lottery selection on or about December 1.  Currently, there is a waiting list for permits in the Zinsser parking lot for 2015.
2.  Residents may also choose to purchase a resident parking sticker (available through the Police Department) for $10, which allows them to park at metered spaces in the Zinsser lot and/or the small parking lot located next to Maud's Tavern.  When parking in a metered space with a resident parking sticker it is still necessary to pay the meter.  The meters in both of those lots are 12-hour meters and cost $1.50 for those 12 hours.
 
3.  Those residents who do not commute on a daily basis may want to park in the daily parking spaces located in the last 25 spaces on the east side of River Street closest to Harvest-on-Hudson restaurant. These spaces are available daily on a first-come, first served basis, and do not require any permit or sticker.  Payment is made through cash or check at a pay station located just before the entrance to the southbound train platform.  Parking rates are as follows: Daily - $5.00 per day; 24-hours - $7.00 per day; each additional 24-hour period - $7.00 per day.

In both Zinsser and River Street lots, commuters can also pay for parking with their cell phone using Parkmobile’s mobile applications for smart phones. Register for free at www.parkmobile.com where you can download a mobile app. There is a daily transaction fee of $0.45 - $0.55 cents depending on your payment method. 

4.  Lastly, residents have the option of purchasing an annual parking permit in the River Street non-resident parking lot, which has direct access to southbound train platform.  The cost is $570 per year and depending on demand, the permits will be sold on a first come, first-serve basis in December.  Currently, there is a waiting list for permits in the River Street parking lot for 2015.

QUESTION:  How can I get on the waiting list for a Zinsser parking permit?

ANSWER:  Simply complete the one-page application available at Village Hall and submit it with a copy of the registration for each vehicle to be included on the permit.

QUESTION:  Where can I park if I have a Zinsser parking permit and all the non-metered spaces are taken in the Zinsser parking lot?

ANSWER:  The last row of the Steinschneider parking lot, which is located behind Pizza Grill and Prime Meats, has been designated overflow Zinsser lot resident permit parking.  There is a staircase in the southwest corner of the lot that will take you directly down to Southside Avenue.  After 10:00 a.m., any unused spaces in this row are considered FREE parking for residents or non-residents.

QUESTION:  I didn't get a permit in the Zinsser lottery, and I'm on the waiting list now.  Besides the daily spaces on River Street, where else can I park?

ANSWER:  Although it is about about a 5-10 minute walk to the train station, there is parking in the Zinsser Park parking lot located off of North Broadway and Edgars Lane.  It is FREE to both residents and non-residents, and in snowy conditions the parking lot is salted and plowed.

QUESTION:  What are the available train station parking options for non-residents?

ANSWER:  THERE ARE A COUPLE OF OPTIONS FOR NON-RESIDENTS:

1.  Non-residents can purchase an annual parking permit in the River Street lot, which has direct access to southbound train platform.  The cost is $570 per year and are sold on a first-come, first-served basis.  Currently, there is a waiting list for permits in the River Street parking lot for 2015.
2.  Non-residents who do not commute on a daily basis may want to park in the daily parking spaces located in the last 25 spaces on the east side of River Street closest to Harvest-on-Hudson restaurant. These spaces are available daily on a first-come, first served basis, and do not require any type of permit or sticker.  Payment is made through cash or check at a pay station located just before the entrance to the southbound train platform. The cost is as follows:  Daily - $5.00 per day; 24-hours - $7.00 per day; each additional 24-hour period - $7.00 per day.  Commuters can also pay for parking with their cell phone using Parkmobile’s mobile applications for smart phones. Register for free at www.parkmobile.com where you can download a mobile app. There is a daily transaction fee of $0.45 - $0.55 cents depending on your payment method. 

QUESTION:  How can I get on the waiting list for a River Street parking permit?

ANSWER:  Simply complete the one-page application available at Village Hall and submit it with a copy of the registration for each vehicle to be included on the permit.

QUESTION:  I didn't get a permit in the Zinsser lottery, and I'm on the waiting list now.  Besides the daily spaces on River Street, where else can I park?

ANSWER:  Although it is about about a 5-10 minute walk to the train station, there is parking in the Zinsser playground parking lot located off of North Broadway and Edgars Lane.  It is FREE to both residents and non-residents, and in snowy conditions the parking lot is salted and plowed.


QUESTION: What streets have Alternate Side Rules and Parking Restrictions  

ANSWER:  The parking of vehicles is hereby prohibited at the following locations between the hours of 9:00 a.m. and 10:00 a.m. on the following days of the week, except if a legal holiday falls on one of those days:
        Warburton Avenue, on the east side on Thursday, from the intersection of Main Street and extending south to the Village line.
        Warburton Avenue, on the west side on Monday, from the intersection of West Main Street and extending south to the Village line.
        Warburton Avenue, on the west side on Monday, from the intersection of North Street and extending south to Spring Street.
        Warburton Avenue, on the west side on Monday, from West Main Street extending south to Washington Avenue.
        Warburton Avenue, on the east side on Thursday, from the intersection of Villard Avenue and extending south to Washington Avenue.
        Washington Avenue, on the south side on Monday.
        Washington Avenue, on the north side on Thursday.
        Main Street, on the south side on Thursday.

The parking of vehicles is hereby prohibited at the following locations between the hour of 3:00 a.m. and 6:00 a.m. on the following days of the week, except if a legal holiday falls on one of those days:
        Southside Avenue, on the east side on Monday, from the intersection of Washington Avenue and extending north to Spring Street.
        Southside Avenue, on the west side on Thursday, from the intersection of Maple Avenue and extending south to the Penn Central Railroad Station.
        Maple Avenue, on the east side on Monday, from the intersection of Spring Street and extending north to North Street.
        Maple Avenue, on the west side on Thursday, from the intersection of Southside Avenue and extending north to a point opposite North Street.
        North end of Warburton Avenue bridge, on the east side of Warburton Avenue north to Broadway on Monday through Friday.
        Warburton Avenue, on the west side from County Trust exit driveway north to North Street on Monday through Friday.
        Main Street, on the north and south sides between Warburton Avenue and Broadway on Monday through Friday.
        Spring Street, on the north and south sides between Maple Avenue and Southside Avenue intersection and Warburton Avenue on

Monday through Friday.
        Maple Avenue, on the east side on Monday, north of North Street extending to the dead end of Maple Avenue.
        Maple Avenue, on the west side on Thursday, north of North Street extending to the dead end of Maple Avenue.

The parking of vehicles is hereby prohibited at the following locations between the hours of 3:00 a.m. and 6:00 a.m. on the following days of the week, except if a legal holiday falls on one of those days:

Monday (public streets).
        Warburton Avenue, from its intersection with Main Street to its intersection with North Street.
        Spring Street.

Tuesday (public streets).
        Main Street.

Thursday.
        Steinschneider Parking Lot.
        Warburton Avenue Parking Lot.
        Main Street.

Friday.
        Boulanger Plaza.
        Warburton Avenue, from its intersection with Main Street to its intersection with North Street.
        Spring Street.

The parking of vehicles is hereby prohibited at the following locations between the hours of 3:00 a.m. and 5:00 a.m. on the following days of the week, except if a legal holiday falls on one of those days:

Tuesday.
        Zinsser Commuter Lot, all areas north of Cropsey Lane.

Friday.
        Zinsser Commuter Lot, all areas south of Cropsey Lane.
        Con Ed Lot.


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