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A Municipal Lot is a public space that allows parking for Non-Resident and Resident permit holders, and in some cases paid hourly users.
A Residential Lot as well as On-Street Permit parking is for Residents only.
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You can apply for a Non-Municipal Parking Permit at the City of Poughkeepsie Parking office located on the first floor at City Hall (62 Civic Center Plaza)
You can apply for a Municipal Parking Permit online
You should have your Driver’s License and your vehicle registration
You should have your Driver’s License, your vehicles registration and proof of residency.
Proof of residency includes any one of the following:
You should bring your Driver’s License, your vehicles registration and proof of residency.
Municipal Lot Permits can be renewed monthly during the last week of the month.
Renewals can be made online:
No, your permit entitles you a space if available. Ig there is no avaiable spaces in your aassinged lot you can find alternate parking in any of the City's municipal lots at an additional expense.
Residential On-Street/Lot permits are renewed annually between December 1st and December 31st. You can renew by visiting the Parking Office located at City Hall.
We are located on the first floor of City Hall. 62 Civic Center Plaza, Poughkeepsie, NY 12601.
In order to dispute a parking ticket, please submit a non-guilty plea. This can be located on the parking ticket or a copy of the parking ticket. Follow the instructions on the ticket to complete the process.
You can request a copy in-person at the Parking Office located on the first floor at City Hall (62 Civic Center Plaza) or over the phone at 845-451-4120.
You can pay a parking ticket at https://poughkeepsie.nsolutions.com, or through the mail by sending payment to City of Poughkeepsie ATTN: Parking Ticket Return 62 Civic Center Plaza Poughkeepsie NY 12601, or in person at City Hall (62 Civic Center Plaza).
Unfortunately at this time we are not offering refunds made at parking meters for overpayments.
Please call the parking department during office hours to receive help with the meters.
Monday, Wednesday, and Friday: 10:00 AM to 2:00 PM.
Tuesday & Thursday: 8:30 AM to 4:00 PM.
Please stop in to the Parking Department during office hours to receive a replacement. The cost for replacement is $10.
Please stop in to the Parking Department during office hours to receive a replacement. The cost for replacement is $2.25.
No, all permitting in our municipal lots is digital. No permit to hang or display.
You can apply for a Handicap Parking Permit at the City Chamberlains Office.
Yes, Both Municipal Permits as well as Residential Permits are Lot specific.
Yes, TaxServ is the City of Poughkeepsie's third party parking ticket collection company.
Please call the phone number listed on the letter.
TaxServ sends out thousands of letters at a time. The City's Parking Department can not return all calls pertaining to the TaxServ letters. The TaxServ call center was set up specifically to receive these calls.
If you received a collection or delinquent violation notice after you submitted a not guilty plea, please disregard the notice.
The only notice you will need to keep a look out for is the court date notice sent from the City of Poughkeepsie Court.