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Rivertowns Resident NYC Commuter Parking Fees

Dobbs Ferry Train Parking
Village Links Updated June 2018

Dobbs Ferry’s decision to raise train station commuter parking fees this year by $35.00, to $375.00 for residents, invites the question of what other river village residents currently pay and what potential new residents of these villages can expect to pay in 2012.
It should be noted that interested residents of the village of Ardsley, which is bereft of its own train station, pay $1,015.00 for a non-resident parking permit to the village of Dobbs Ferry.

Ardsley-on-Hudson: $531.00 thru 2015.

Dobbs Ferry: $375.00 2012 Commuter Parking Permits for Residents go on sale Saturday, February 11th 9:00 a.m. at Village Hall, 112 Main Street.
Please bring your License & Registration and a Check or Money Order (No Cash) made payable to “Village of Dobbs Ferry”. www.dobbsferry.com

Hastings-on-Hudson: $440.00 There are quite a few parking options available for residents who wish to park at or nearby the Hastings-on-Hudson train station:
1. Zinsser Resident Parking Lot across the street from the train station cost is $440.00 per year. Currently, there is a waiting list for permits in the lot for 2012.
2. A Resident Parking Sticker (available through the Police Department) for $10.00 which allows parking 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. $4.00 per day parking spaces located in the last 25 spaces on the right side of River Street closest to Harvest-on-Hudson Restaurant.
4. Annual Parking Permit in the River Street non-resident parking lot, which has direct access to southbound train platform. The cost is $440.00 per year. Currently, there is a waiting list for permits in the River Street parking lot for 2012.

Irvington: $548.89 Run by the Metropolitan Transit Authority.

Sleepy Hollow: $300.00 per year.

Tarrytown: $275.00 per full year. Prorated by month.

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