The existing Haddon Township parking ordinance (HT 223-14) prohibits on-street parking between the hours of 2:00 a.m. and 6:00 a.m. throughout the entire year, unless the motor vehicle has a valid overnight parking permit issued by the Township of Haddon. See more below. Residents may apply for a permit at the Haddon Township Police Department during the business hours of 8:30 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.
SHORT-TERM VISITOR OVERNIGHT PARKING
For vehicles that will be parked on the street without a permit, for example an overnight guest, please contact the automated overnight parking voicemail at (856) 833-6222 and state your vehicle registration and location where the vehicle will be parked. Speak slowly and clearly so that your message can be understood.
If you have special circumstances that require your vehicle or a visitor’s vehicle to be parked in front of your residence for an extended period of time, please contact the Police Desk at (856) 833-6206 for prior approval. Extended approval will be left to the discretion of the Police Administration on a case-by-case basis.
LONG-TERM PARKING PERMITS
Applications for an overnight residential street parking permit must be filled out in its entirety and submitted to HTPD with a fee of $25.00 in cash or check payable to Haddon Township for each permit issued. Permits are valid from January 1 to December 31 of each year and must be renewed annually.
Be a permanent resident of the Township owning or leasing a number of vehicles that exceed sufficient off-street parking. (More on Ordinance 223-2 below.)
Each household is limited to two permits.
New Jersey driver's license exhibiting a Haddon Township address
Evidence of current car insurance for applicant vehicle.
Current valid motor vehicle registration for applicant vehicle.
Haddon Township Ordinance 223-2
Ordinance 223-2 defines insufficient off-street parking as "inadequate driveway area, garage space, or other legal off street parking at or near the premises in which a Haddon Township permanent resident resides to accommodate the number of cars owned or leased by the permanent residents of the property, or company cars of which the permanent residents have full time use.”
Permits will not be approved if it is found through investigation there is sufficient off-street parking for all vehicles at the residence. Additionally, each eligible household is limited to two permits, with some exceptions to be determined on a case-by-case basis.