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The City of Asbury Park continues to improve the parking experience for residents, employees and visitors. Beginning January 3, 2022, the City will expand certain alternate side, permit, and metered parking areas and update permit regulations with the goal of increasing turnover and allowing residents to more easily find parking spaces. 2022 Parking Permits will go on sale January 3, 2022 – and to give existing parking permit holders time to purchase their 2022 permits, existing 2021 residential permits will be valid until March 31, 2022 and existing 2021 employee permits will be valid until January 31, 2022. Enforcement of expanded metered parking areas will begin April 1, 2022.
Updated Permit and Metered Parking Areas: During summer 2019, the City’s Parking Committee conducted a survey of residents in potential expanded permit parking areas. Based on the results of the survey, and further data analysis, the following permit parking areas were planned to be expanded for January 2, 2020. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the implementation of the expanded permit areas was delayed. Beginning on January 3, 2022 (with enforcement beginning April 1, 2022), the following zones will include:
To view the updated permit parking map for 2022, visit www.cityofasburypark.com/parking.
Updated Metered Parking Zones and Rates: Mattison Avenue between Main Street and Cookman Avenue, Bangs Avenue between Main Street and Cookman Avenue, and Bond and Emory Streets between Bangs Avenue and Cookman Avenue will be changed from the 33200 Parking Zone to the 33100 Downtown Parking Zone.
The metered parking rate table has been updated for 2022. For more information, please visit www.cityofasburypark.com/parking.
Updated Parking Permit Regulations: Any annual parking permit purchased after September 1st will now be discounted by 50%.
Memorial Drive Speed Limit Decreased to 25 Miles Per Hour: The speed limit on Memorial Drive will be reduced to 25 MPH between Monroe Avenue and Sixth Avenue.
2022 Parking Permits On Sale Starting January 3, 2022: 2022 Resident and Employee Parking Permits will on sale starting Monday, January 3, 2022. Permits can be purchased through the online portal (www.thepermitportal.com). To give existing employee and resident permit holders time to purchase their 2022 permits, existing 2021 employee permits will be valid until January 31, 2022 and existing 2021 residential permits will be valid until March 31, 2022. All current resident parking permit holders will need to apply with all of their current documentation as required by March 31, 2022.Requirements: Residents and employees should review eligibility and documentation requirements prior to applying online and/or visiting the Parking Office. Requirements can be found in the 2022 Residential and Employee Permit Parking Guides at www.cityofasburypark.com/parking.
Fees: There are no changes to the Resident or Employee Parking Permit fees for 2022.
Bangs Avenue Parking Garage: Renewal applications for 2022 Bangs Avenue Garage Parking Permits are available to Zone 4 residents who currently have a Bangs Avenue Garage Parking Permit. Renewal applications will be accepted through December 17, 2021. Beginning January 3, 2022, available spaces will be offered to new applicants.
Updated Alternate Side Parking Regulated Areas for Street Cleaning
Beginning on January 3, 2022 (with enforcement beginning February 1, 2022), the following streets will have alternate side parking regulations for street cleaning:
Parking Office Contact InformationThe Parking Office can be reached by calling 732-502-4562 or emailing email@example.com. The Parking Office is located at the Transportation Center (1 Municipal Plaza).