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Village Manager Sends Village of Ridgewood Year End News

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December 17,2017

the staff of the Ridgewood blog

Ridgewood NJ, Village Manager Heather Mailander sent out an email with a list  of Year-End News from the Village of Ridgewood starting with the Sale of 2018 Ridgewood Parking Permits (RPP), Final Leaf Collection, Public Valet in Central Business District, Winter Reminders, and Village Hall Holiday Hours.


The 2018 Annual Commuter (Ridgewood Parking Permits – RPP) will go on sale December 18, 2017 at 8:30 a.m., at the Reception Desk in the lobby of Village Hall. All applicants must bring their driver’s license and vehicle registration(s) for car(s) they wish to list on their permits, as the RPPs allow up to 3 cars on each hang tag.  The RPPs allow commuters to park in designated Ridgewood parking lots without having to pay the parking meters.  The following is a summary of the Ridgewood Parking Permits (RPPs) and their prices:

Premium RPP – $1,000 annual fee – allows Ridgewood residents to park in the Train Station lot, Hudson Street lot, Prospect Street lot, and all Ridgewood lots, including Route 17 Park and Ride lot.  A maximum of 210 Premium RPPs will be sold, on a first come, first served basis.

Non-Premium RPP – $750 annual fee – allows Ridgewood residents to park in Chestnut Street lot, North Walnut Street lot, Cottage Place lot, and Route 17 Park and Ride lot.

Park and Ride RPP – $750 annual fee – this price is for both Ridgewood residents and non-residents, and allows parking in the Route 17 Park and Ride lot.

Non-resident RPP in Central Business District – $1,500 annual fee – allows non-residents to park in the Cottage Place lot.

Ridgewood Resident Sticker – Free – All Ridgewood resident commuters who wish to park at the train station must bring in their driver’s license and vehicle registration(s) to obtain a free Ridgewood Resident sticker.  Free Ridgewood Resident stickers will also be issued to all Ridgewood residents purchasing RPPs.

The Village will accept checks, cash, or credit cards (with a 3% transaction fee to the user) for payment.

There are also Central Business District (CBD) Employee stickers and hang tags that may be purchased by those who work in the CBD and allows parking at designated meters in the North Walnut Street and Cottage Place lots.

For more information, please visit our website:


The Village is currently picking up leaves in Section D, and that section should be finished by Christmas, weather permitting.  The final leaf placement dates for the entire Village will be December 23rd through January 1st.  After January 1st, do not place any more leaves into the street, along the curbline.  Our leaf crews will pick up the leaves, beginning January 2nd.  After January 1st, residents having additional leaves to dispose of must keep them on their property, until the spring.


The Village Council has funded a Public Valet in the Central Business District on Friday and Saturday nights, from 6:00 p.m. to 1:00 a.m., throughDecember 30th.  The location is Van Neste Square, by the park, and the cost is $5 per vehicle.  Come and enjoy a night in the Central Business District with family and friends, during this holiday season, with easy parking through the Public Valet.


We have already experienced a couple of snowfalls this month. As a reminder, when it snows or is icy, please place your garbage cans at the end of your driveway for collection.  We appreciate your cooperation in keeping our Village employees safe.

All sidewalks in residential districts must be cleared within 24 hours of the snow falling. Please do not place snow into the street; instead, place it back onto your own property.  In addition, if you have a fire hydrant on your property, please clear it of any snow accumulation.

All Village offices will be closed on December 25th, December 26th, and January 1st, in observance of the Christmas and New Year’s holidays.

Wishing you and yours a joyous holiday season and a happy and healthy New Year!

7 thoughts on “Village Manager Sends Village of Ridgewood Year End News

  1. Final Leaf Collection???? N. Monroe still waiting for it’s second scheduled one ! A crew came by with amall bucket loader, back hoe , blowers, rakes , etc and went up Morningside last week to Jackson Terrace and almoat did a “broom -clean” job. Never came back flr North Monroe.

  2. Yes I’m on Morningside I seen them working to shit job it’s dirty

  3. Big mistake

  4. appear to have done part of the east side of N Monroe today. We’ll see about the South side.

  5. Big deal , his contract was stinks

  6. Contracted section not village employees

  7. Downes- outaiurxe ahould
    be better all aroumd not hap jazard amd not skippingstreets/roads/sections. who manages/supervises them? Yesterday a aingle Downes
    vac trucj started up N Monroe just north of Glen and stopped at hoise jjust before Morningside that had a 6-8 lg dispo filles leaf bags.looks like they opened bags, emoties leaves in street and left all including bags in street They then left w/o doing anything more. Maybe full? early afternoon – never returned- a mess – still awaiting LEAF PICK-UP # 2 !!!!!

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