How do I get a dot parking permit in NYC?

To apply, you must submit the DMV application form to NYC DOT’s State Parking Permits for People with Disabilities (PPPD) unit. Download the Application for a New York State Parking Permit for People with Disabilities (pdf).

Is street parking free in NYC today?

There is free parking on Sundays on metered spots. Be sure to look for signs listing any time limits or specific hours you can park there. On major holidays, standing and alternate side parking rules are suspended.

What are the parking rules in NYC today?

No Stopping, No Standing, No Parking In addition to ASP being suspended, on major legal holidays, you can park at a No Stopping, No Standing, or No Parking sign if the rule is not normally in effect 7 days a week (for example, No Standing Anytime). Otherwise, you can’t. The major legal holidays are: New Year’s Day.

Can you park free at a meter with a handicap placard in NYC?

Disabled drivers can park in metered, on-street spaces in NYC for free if they have a New York City Parking Permit for People with Disabilities (NYC PPPD).

How do I contact NYC DOT?

Parking Permits Customer Service Representatives are available at 718-433-3100, Monday through Friday, 8am to 5pm. Please contact 311 online to report a signal or streetlight that is out. You will not be able to check the status of a 311 Service Request on this page.

How do you get a NYC parking Card?

Buy NYC parking cards from CityStore by calling 311 or by calling New York City Department of Transportation at 718-786-7042.

Is alternate side parking in effect today NYC?

Alternate side parking and meters are in effect.

Are commercial parking rules in effect in NYC?

Commercial vehicle parking requires payment in metered “No Standing Commercial Vehicles Only” zones. These rules are generally in effect Monday through Friday from 7 am to 6 pm unless otherwise posted.

Are parking meters in effect today NYC?

All parking regulations, other than parking meters, remain in effect as posted. You can park at meters without depositing money on Sundays and the following major legal holidays: New Year’s Day.