Annual Parking Permit Changes
On December 15, 2020, the Board of Trustees voted to re-set the annual parking permit calendar to conform to the fiscal year beginning June 1 for all annual permits. Going forward, all annual permits will be valid from June 1 through May 31 of the following year.
Parking Permit Applications
We have instituted a new online system for parking permit applications and payments. If you are able to purchase your permit online, please do so. We are still trying to limit in-person contact for staff and residents. Beginning May 3rd, if you are unable to apply for your permit online, you will be able to come to the window in the Administrative offices on the second floor of Village Hall, 112 Main Street between 8:30am and 12pm for assitance. You will still need to fill out your application online at the computer in the vestibule, but someone will be available to assist you.
If you are having trouble or have questions about applying for a permit online, please check out our Frequently Asked Questions. If you still have questions, you can call (914) 231-8564.
Types of Permits and Fee Schedule
For all parking permits:
- Permit will be issued to a specific vehicle, owned or leased to resident and may not be transferred to another vehicle.
- Permit must be affixed to left side rear bumper. Residential permits are to be placed on front driver's side window. You may receive a Summons if not affixed properly.
- Use of a permit on a vehicle not designated on the permit application may result in permanent revocation of the Parking Permit.
- Permit does not guarantee availability of a parking space.
- It is also understood and agreed that no refunds will be issued due to unavailability of a parking space.
CENTRAL BUSINESS DISTRICT: Resident and Non-Resident Permits
Resident Central Business: $ 115.50, $50 senior , Non-resident Central Business: $ 132
Anyone who resides or works at a business on the following streets may apply for a Central Business District permit:
- Draper Lane
- Hudson Terrace
- Livingston Avenue
Permit allows parking either in one of the blue meter, on-street parking spaces located on side streets adjoining Cedar and Main Street, or in off-street parking spaces in the following lots:
- Village Hall Lot (between Oak and Elm St.)
- Oak Street Lot (between Cedar and Oak Streets)
- 99 Cedar Street Lot (end of Cedar Street)
RESIDENTIAL PARKING PERMIT
Residential Parking Permit: $25
Residents who reside on the streets listed below may purchase a Residential Parking Permit which allows a vehicle to be parked on the street in excess of the posted time limits. Two Residential Permits allowed per household. Alternate side parking remains in effect, and the permit is only valid for parking on the following streets:
- Broadway residents of number 191 Sussex Hall
- Oak Street
- Elm Street
- Riverside Place
- Hatch Terrace
- Walnut Street
- Chestnut Street (Broadway to Main Street only)
- Palisade Street (Cedar Street to Chestnut Street only)
WATERFRONT PARKING LOT: Resident Commuter Permit
Resident Commuter Permit: $440
Permit holders must reside in Dobbs Ferry.
Permit allows parking at the Waterfront Parking Lot and on-street parking spaces at Station Plaza designated for Commuter Parking Permit use.
WATERFRONT PARKING LOT: Non-Resident Commuter Permit
Non-Resident Commuter Permit: $1,325
Permit allows parking at the Waterfront Parking Lot and on-street parking spaces at Station Plaza designated for Commuter Parking Permit use. There are very few Non-Resident Commuter Permits available. If you are interested in applying, please call 231-8564 to confirm availability before applying.
If Non-Resident Commuter permits are available (please confirm as noted above), you can fill out this application. Send the completed application with a check and a copy of your driver's license and registration to the following address:
Dobbs Ferry Village Hall
Attn: Parking Permits
112 Main Street
Dobbs Ferry, NY 10522
WATERFRONT PARKING LOT: Recreation Permit
Resident Recreation Permit: $10 resident, $5 senior
Permit holders must reside in Dobbs Ferry.
Permit allows parking at the Waterfront Parking Lot parking spaces designated for Recreation Parking Permit Use. Monday-Friday until 5pm, Recreation Permit holders can park up to 4 hours in designated Recreation Spaces. After 5pm on weekdays, and on weekends and holidays, Recreation permit holders can park without restriction in any space.
WATERFRONT PARKING LOT: Seasonal Non-Resident Permit
Seasonal Non-Resident Permit: $100
Available to non-residents May 1 - October 31.
Permit allows parking at the Waterfront Parking Lot parking spaces designated for Recreation Parking Permit use on weekdays 5:00 pm to 2:00am and on Saturday, Sunday and Holidays except July 4th from 5:00am to 2:00am.
WATERFRONT PARKING LOT: Daily Permit
Daily Resident Parking $ 5.00 resident, $ 2.00 senior
Non-Resident Daily Parking $ 10.00 Weekdays 5:00 pm to 2:00 am
Non-Resident Daily Parking $ 15.00 Saturday, Sunday and Holidays (except July 4th)
Residents may purchase a Daily Commuter Permit at the police station by presenting a valid vehicle registration reflecting a Dobbs Ferry address. Permit allows one-day parking at the Waterfront Parking Lot and on-street parking spaces at Station Plaza designated for Commuter Parking Permit use.
Non-Residents may purchase a Daily Permit for parking from 5:00 pm to 2:00 am Monday through Friday and Saturday, Sunday and holidays from 5:00 am to 2:00 am.