Parking Permits and Visitor Registrations

New 2-Hour Parking Zone Regulations – Starting July 1, 2024

Starting July 1, 2024, changes to the borough’s residential two-hour parking permitting system will be in full effect. The changes do not apply to those NOT located along a 2-hour zone, or streets that have parking meters. While the changes are set to go into effect on July 1, 2024, the borough is encouraging residents along two-hour zones to register for a permit today. Please review the following information which explains the changes and new online process for registering for a permit.

The borough will be migrating to an all-digital parking permitting system. Parking stickers will no longer be needed! All residents who currently have a parking sticker will be required to register. Please follow the step-by-step directions provided on this page to register for a permit.

*NOTE: Commercial properties along two-hour zones are no longer eligible for residential parking permits.

The fees for registering a vehicle(s) have been amended as follows:

  • $10 for the first vehicle
  • $20 for the second vehicle
  • $50 for the third vehicle
  • $100 for the fourth vehicle

*NOTE: The fees for 2024 have been reduced to 50% of the normal cost due to the changes beginning mid-year. The fee will be waived if you paid for a parking sticker in 2024, but you will still need to apply for a permit online.

As shown in the map below, three different parking neighborhoods (zones) have been created to allow flexibility for those eligible for parking permits. Residents living along a 2-hour parking zone will be able to park anywhere within each neighborhood. Permits will no longer be assigned to specific street blocks. Example: a vehicle permitted to park within the Central Neighborhood will be allowed to park anywhere within the Central Neighborhood.

Parking Neighborhood Map

*NOTE: New color-coded signage that matches the map is currently being installed by our Public Works Department within all restricted parking areas.

No new restricted parking areas have been added to the borough’s streets. A list of the 2-hour zones is provided below.

List of 2-Hour Zones

FAQ – Frequently Asked Questions

  1. Does this change impact everyone in the borough? No, only those who live within a current 2-hour restricted parking zone that qualifies for a residential parking permit.
  2. What neighborhood are we in? A search by address tool is provided on the permit portal which will tell you what neighborhood you are located in. Color coded posted parking signs will also indicate which neighborhood zone you are located in.
  3. If we are in “x” neighborhood, does that mean we can no longer park in “y” neighborhood, or downtown? Your parking permit will allow you to park anywhere within your designated “neighborhood” zone, but you must follow the parking restrictions outside of your zone. These changes do not impact metered parking areas.
  4. Do we have to pay these fees annually? Yes, the fees and registration process is an annual requirement, and you will need to reapply for a new permit at the end of each calendar year. The fees for 2024 have been reduced to 50% of the normal cost due to the changes beginning mid-year.
  5. What if I already paid for my parking sticker in 2024? The fee will be waived, but you will still need to apply for a permit online.
  6. Are there any changes to visitor passes? (1) day and (7) day passes are still available at no charge and can be applied for on the portal. Residents can also obtain one physical hangtag per household for $75/yr.
  7. Does this mean we won’t be using the stickers anymore? Stickers will no longer be honored after July 1, 2024.
  8. Do I have to do this online? Yes, please apply for the permit online. If you need any assistance, please contact the Borough office.
  9. What are the enforcement hours? Enforcement hours are posted at restricted parking zones and are as follows:
    • North Neighborhood: 8am-6pm, Mon-Fri
    • South Neighborhood: 8am-6pm, Mon-Fri
    • Central Neighborhood streets, Dudley Ave, Forrest Ave, 300 block of Iona Ave, Woodbine Ave (from Iona to Montgomery Ave): 8am-8pm, Mon-Sat
    • All other Central Neighborhood streets: 8am-8pm, Mon-Fri

For more information on these changes, and information on the process for residents to request the removal or addition of a 2-hour restricted parking zone to their block, click here.

Residential 2-Hour Zone Parking Permit Instructions

  1. Parking Portal Link: https://www.tocite.net/narberthborough/Portal.
  2. Click view permits.
  3. Use the address search bar on the right side to type in your address and see what “Neighborhood” you currently reside in. After typing in your address, you will see a total of four parking permits for the neighborhood you reside in, first vehicle, second vehicle, third vehicle, and fourth vehicle. Each vehicle you wish to register must be entered individually and must have the following information in order to be submitted for approval.
  4. Enter your contact information.
  5. Enter your vehicle information.
  6. Upload a photocopy of your vehicle registration card as proof of residency. Vehicle registrations must match the residence.
  7. Select register permit.
  8. Pay the permit fee.

Residential 2-Hour Zone Visitor Parking Registration Instructions

Residents along a 2-hour parking zone have the ability to register visitors. Residents have the option of registering their guest(s) for one day, one week (7 days) or an an annual pass. Please follow the below instructions. All registrations are subject to review by the Police Department.

  1. Parking Portal Link: https://www.tocite.net/narberthborough/Portal.
  2. Click view permits.
  3. Select one day or one week visitor registration option.
  4. Enter your contact information.
  5. Enter the visitor’s vehicle information.
  6. Select register permit.

201 Sabine Ave Parking Permit Instructions

The Borough offers long-term overnight parking accommodations at 201 Sabine Avenue. Permits have a fee of $100.00 per space per month and holders of those permits will be required to renew annually. There are one month, three month and six month options available. Please follow the below steps to apply for a permit. All applications are subject to review by the Police Department.

  1. Parking Portal Link: https://www.tocite.net/narberthborough/Portal.
  2. Click view permits.
  3. Select one month, three month and six month option.
  4. Enter your contact information.
  5. Enter your vehicle information.
  6. Upload a photocopy of your vehicle registration card.
  7. Upload a photocopy of your driver’s license.
  8. Select register permit.
  9. Pay the permit fee.