2019-2020 Parking Instructions
All parking permits expire June 15, 2019.
Please reference applications for due dates for each type of permit in order to be guaranteed a parking permit by June 15, 2019.
All parking permits expire June 15, 2019. Please reference applications for due dates for each type of permit in order to be guaranteed a parking permit by June 15, 2019. No parking permits will be issued to any individuals with outstanding parking tickets. Please call the New Castle Justice Court at (914) 238-4726 to inquire about parking tickets. If you have any questions regarding parking permits, please contact the Town Clerk’s office at (914) 238-4772. Completed applications for parking permits may be submitted during business hours, via mail to the Town Clerk’s Office, 200 South Greeley Avenue, Chappaqua, NY 10514, or left in the Town Clerk Parking Permit drop box outside the police station.
Electronic Renewals for Resident Parking Permit Holders (For residents of the Town of New Castle who commute daily)
Resident Summer Parking Permit (Valid from June 15-September 15, 2019)
Resident Meter(for residents of the Town of New Castle who commute occasionally)
Non-Resident Parking Permits (for residents of towns or villages contiguous to New Castle who commute daily)
Non-Resident Summer Parking Permits (Valid from June 15-September 15, 2019)
Merchant Parking Permits (for employees who work within the Chappaqua downtown business district)
What do I need to obtain a parking permit?
Print and fill out an application from our website, and include copies of the registrations for the cars you want on your permit and the driver’s license of the permit-holder along with the appropriate fee. Applications can be mailed to the Town Clerk’s office at 200 S. Greeley Ave, Chappaqua, NY, dropped off in our Parking drop-box outside the police station, or submitted to the Town Clerk’s office during our business hours, Monday-Friday, 8:45am-4:30pm.
What if I just moved to New Castle?
We require that your driver’s license and at least one of your car registrations have been updated with your New Castle address. We will also accept a receipt from the DMV indicating you have started the process of changing your documents to reflect your new address.
What do I do when I need to park a rental car at the station?
Call the Town Clerk’s office at (914) 238-4772 before 9:30 am and we will issue a do-not-ticket for everyday parking permit holders. If the office has not opened yet, leave a message with your name, the make, model, color and license plate of the car you will be parking. Do not leave a note in your car, parking enforcement WILL NOT see it, only a do-not-ticket issued through the Town Clerk’s Office is acceptable.
What does “Clean Pass Priority Parking” mean? If you have a car that is considered a “clean pass” car by the New York State DMV (see the following link for the complete list – http://dmv.ny.gov/more-info/clean-pass-stickers-high-occupancy-vehicle-lanes-long-island-expressway) and are an everyday permit holder, you can come to the Town Clerk’s Office and receive a Clean Pass sticker which allows you to park in the priority parking. After 9:30 am, Monday-Friday, any permit-holding car can park in the empty spaces.
When can a Resident Meter Permit holder park in the Restricted Lot?
After 9:00 am, Monday-Friday, Resident Meter Permit holders can park in the Restricted Lot. At the Luke Machine, choose “Lot B – Pay By Plate” and enter your license plate number to pay for the day.
What is “Pay By Phone”?
Pay By Phone is an online service that allows you to pay for your metered parking from your phone! Download the “PayByPhone” app from your app store (iOS, Android, BB) or enter m.paybyphone.com into your phone’s browser, enter the four-digit location number 5002 (Lot A – Pay by stall) or 5003 (Lot B – Pay by plate) and pay for the hours you expect to be parking at the Chappaqua Train Station. You can also pay on a computer at www.paybyphone.com or call 1-866-234-7275. If you have any questions, call the Town Clerk’s office at (914) 238-4772.
Are parking permits pro-rated?
Yes, the parking permits fees follow the following schedule:
Resident Restricted Parking Fees
June 15 Sept. 15 Dec. 15 March 15
First Person $500.00 $375.00 $250.00 $125.00
Second in Household $750.00 $562.50 $375.00 $187.50
Are Summer Permits available?
Yes, summer permits are available to Residents at a fee of $125.00 and Non-Residents at a fee of 325.00 and are effective June 15th-September 15th.