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Where Can I Park With My Permit?

Daily & Monthly Permit Use: 

  • Radburn Erie Train Parking lots
    • Main Parking Area: next to the Radburn Erie Train Station on Pollitt Drive
    • Upper Parking Lot: on Fair Lawn Avenue, right next to the NJ RT 208 North Exit Ramp for Fair Lawn Avenue East
    • 15-00 Pollitt Drive: Far lot behind Davita Dialysis 
  • Saddle River Road Bus Parking lot
    • Bus Parking Lot: next to our Department of Public Works (DPW) Complex, 20-05 Saddle River Road. The parking lot is on the left, prior to entering the gates to the DPW. There are no resident or non-resident parking restrictions in this lot.

***Permits CANNOT be used at the Broadway Train Parking lot.***

Though the New Jersey Transit's Broadway train stop is located in Fair Lawn, the parking lot is located in Elmwood Park, New Jersey and falls under their guidelines and fees.

 

Parking Signs:

  • Residents of Fair Lawn can only park where the signs read "Residents Only" or "Unrestricted"
  • Residents of other municipalities (non-residents), can only park where the signs read "Unrestricted" or "Non-Residents Only"
  • There are no resident or non-resident parking restrictions in the Saddle River Road Bus lot.

 

All Parkmobile mobile lots and permits are zoned as "Lot 101". This is for billing purposes between Parkmobile and Fair Lawn only. At the train lots you must park according to the sign located below the "101" signs (Resident, Non-Resident or Unrestricted).

All parking spots are first come, first served. Purchasing a permit does not guarantee a parking spot.

The Borough of Fair Lawn urges commuters not to parking in areas that are not designated by the Borough as commuter parking areas. This includes, but is not limited to, side street parking and private parking areas. Many side streets in the area have timed parking restrictions (example: No Parking 8:00 AM - 10:00 AM or 2 Hour Parking Only). Private parking lots are lots that are not owned, leased or overseen by the Borough of Fair Lawn. This includes the industrial and commercial business's parking lots in the area. These lots are privately owned. Having a commuter parking permit does not grant you permission to park in these lots. Commuters who park in privately owned parking lots and have not received specific permission from the respective property owner or property manager is subject to receiving a summons and having their vehicle towed by the property owner or property manager, at the vehicle owner's expense (NJSA 39:4-56.6).

Last Updated: Fri, 06/21/2019 - 4:04pm