Hoboken visitors can expect new parking regulation enforcement starting on Tuesday, January 17, 2017.
The City of Hoboken will begin to replace “Permit Only/4 hour” zones with hybrid Permit/Meter zones. Residents and all other permit holders will not see their parking privileges change in the new city-wide rollout, and will still be able to park for free in the new zones. The new regulations will only affect visitor side, white signs with green text. Vehicles without permits will still be able to park for 4 hours but will be required to pay a meter fee either at the meter or by phone app, Parkmobile. Meters will be in effect from 9 AM to 9 PM. Regulations will not affect existing 2-hour meter zones, where permit holders and visitors alike must feed the meter.
Hoboken’s municipal website details the phases of the new regulations:
The first phase includes the current “Permit Only” sides of upper Washington Street (8th Street to 14th Street), Hudson Street (1st St to 11th St), and Castle Point Terrace.
Additional phases will be installed on the remainder of Permit Only sides of streets throughout Hoboken, from east to west, as additional meter shipments are received in the months ahead.
for more information, and to find out how the new parking regulations will affect you, visit www.hobokennj.gov