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Residential Parking Permits
Residential Parking Permit Program
The primary purpose of residential parking permits is to make every reasonable effort to accommodate residents living in areas of the Township that have a mix of business, office and residential uses which would ordinarily result in parking restrictions that would not occur in a predominately residential area. These restrictions include time limits and other regulations during the hours when businesses are normally open in the areas of the Township where many businesses and other non-residential uses are located. 

Residential Parking Permit Area
Unless otherwise prohibited in specified locations or at specified times under Chapter 15, Part 4, of the Township Code, the following streets are designated as residential permit parking areas:
 Street Side   Time Limit  Location
 West Main Street  Both 3 Hours  N. Montgomery Ave. to Forrest Ave. 
Forrest Avenue  West  3 Hours  W. Main St. to W. Marshall St. 
 Centre Avenue Both  3 Hours  W. Main St. to W. Marshall St. 
North Montgomery Avenue  Both  3 Hours  W. Main St. to W. Marshall St. 
 South Montgomery Avenue Both  3 Hours  Entire Length 

Application for Permit
Application for a residential parking permit shall be made by the person desiring the permit to the Chief of Police or the Chief’s designee.  Applications shall only be considered from an owner or driver of a motor vehicle who is defined as a proprietor or a resident and is able to demonstrate no use or availability of any off-street parking space(s) for the motor vehicle sought to be permitted. A separate application shall be required for each motor vehicle. Each application shall contain the following information: 1) the name of the owner or the driver, as applicable, of the motor vehicle; 2) the name of the business office or non-profit, as applicable; 3) the address of the resident or the proprietor, as applicable; 4)  the make, model, color and registration number of the motor vehicle; and 5) the driver number as taken from the Applicant’s current driver’s license. 

At the discretion of the Chief of Police or the Chief’s designee, the Applicant shall be required at the time of making Application to present his or her driver’s license and vehicle registration card. The West Norriton Police Department, in conjunction with the Township Manager, or their authorized agent or expressly authorized designee, are hereby empowered to establish further rules and regulations to effectuate the administration of this residential permit parking program established under this Section.

Application for Residential Parking Permit

Dale Mabry
Chief of Police

1630 W. Marshall St.
Jeffersonville, PA 19403

Ph: 610-630-1701
Fx: 610-630-1714