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PARKING QUESTIONS
Frequently Asked Questions and useful links
QUESTION:  I got 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 got a parking ticket down at the 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 available 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 ($139 per quarter), and depending on demand, the permits either go on sale or are distributed by lottery selection on December 1.  Currently, there is a waiting list for permits in the Zinsser parking lot for 2014.
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 may not commute on a daily basis, may want to park in our $4 per day parking spaces located in the last 25 spaces on the right-hand 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 meter box located just before entrance to southbound train platform.
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 $440 per year ($139 per quarter), and depending on demand, the permits will either go on sale or will be distributed by lottery selection on December 1.  Currently, there is a waiting list for permits in the River Street parking lot for 2014.

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 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 11:30 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 $4 per day 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 ample parking in the Zinsser Park parking lot located off of 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 viable options for non-residents:
1.  Non-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 $440 per year ($139 per quarter), and depending on demand, the permits will either go on sale or will be distributed by lottery selection on December 1.  Currently, there is a waiting list for permits in the River Street parking lot for 2014.
2.  Those non-residents who may not commute on a daily basis, may want to park in our $4 per day parking spaces located in the last 25 spaces on the right-hand 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 meter box located just before entrance to southbound train platform.

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 $4 per day 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 ample parking in the Zinsser playground parking lot located off of Edgars Lane.  It is FREE to both residents and non-residents, and in snowy conditions the parking lot is salted and plowed.


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