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PARKING NEWS FOR VILLAGE OF RIDGEWOOD EFFECTIVE 1/5/15

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PARKING NEWS FOR VILLAGE OF RIDGEWOOD EFFECTIVE 1/5/15
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1.  ALL parking meters will have 3 HOUR time limits.
(including municipal lots)
More time to shop and dine for customers
EMPLOYEES AND OUT OF TOWN COMMUTERS
CAN NO LONGER PARK THERE.

2.  ALL METERS WILL BE 50 CENTS AN HOUR.

3.  REPEAT PARKING WILL BE STRICTLY ENFORCED.

4.  *Employees can buy monthly passes to park at
Village Hall.  The cost is $80 per month.
Supply is very limited. Credit cards accepted.

5.  Employee parking passes can be used at the Ken Smith lot and Cottage Place lot (behind the GAP).

These changes will make a significant
impact for our customer base.
Please tell your employees and customer
about the changes.
For more details and information call
*Village of Ridgewood 201-670-5500 x200 ,br>
Microsoft Store

9 thoughts on “PARKING NEWS FOR VILLAGE OF RIDGEWOOD EFFECTIVE 1/5/15

  1. “These changes will make a significant
    impact for our customer base”. WOW that some line.Sound like Im in the Board Room.

  2. Thats 50 centesim to you Dom.

  3. Sounds good,but a lot of employees are part time and more than likely unable or unwilling to pay $80 per month.


  4. Anonymous:

    Sounds good,but a lot of employees are part time and more than likely unable or unwilling to pay $80 per month.

    Then go park for free at Graydon.


  5. Anonymous:


    Anonymous:

    Sounds good,but a lot of employees are part time and more than likely unable or unwilling to pay $80 per month.

    Then go park for free at Graydon. Then have to walk ?

  6. I am confused. They are announcing this but they have not passed the ordinance yet?

  7. Their seeing which way the wind is blowing before they do anything. Govern by weather

  8. We’ll be knee-deep in quarters in no time.

  9. Where are people supposed to park who occasionally use the train station? The tiny lot at the station is always filled up during the week. All the other meters will be limited to 3 hours!

    And the monthly passes make no economic sense unless you are a commuter.

    It seems like train station users are being thrown under the bus to help CBD shoppers and workers.

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