Hackettstown Parking Restrictions Announced

New parking guidelines mark the end of summer.

The Hackettstown Police have issued a series of new parking restrictions that go into effect after Labor Day for residents.

Starting the first Tuesday after Labor Day until the Friday prior to Memorial Day persons parking near Centenary College should pay attention to the signs posted that prohibit parking without a residential or visitors parking permit. Vehicles parked in these posted areas are required to display the parking sticker or visitors pass which is issued by the Town of Hackettstown to its residents who live in Hackettstown.

This parking restriction begins every Monday at 6:00 a.m. and continues until Friday at 7:00 p.m.. Vehicles displaying this sticker are still required to follow the overnight parking ordinance. Persons parked on the street without a permit or visitors pass will be ticketed. Vehicles displaying the pass are still required to follow the Overnight Parking Restrictions.

Arthur Terrace (from the catwalk to Mitchell Rd), Mitchell Road (from approximately James Court to approximately Victor Court) and the entire length of James Court has no stopping or standing during certain hours for when school is in session. One side of the street will have no parking from 7:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. and the other side of the street will have no parking from 12:30 p.m. to 3:30 p.m.. 

Students who attend Hackettstown High School are encouraged to get a parking pass from the high school since there will be limited parking on the side streets. This ordinance will be strictly enforced and cars parked illegally will be ticketed.

Persons parking in the parking lots surrounding Tannery Field are required to follow the posted parking restrictions. Persons parking in the Tannery Field lots are permitted to do so during the posted parking times and dates without restrictions. Parking during all other times is reserved for persons using Tannery Field only. Please read the posted parking signs surrounding the field lots for designated parking restrictions. This ordinance will be strictly enforced and cars parked illegally will be ticketed. 


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