Hoboken Parking Authority

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City Parking Authority

Description – Hoboken parking Authority. Pay parking tickets online here.
Services – Parking permits, visitors permits, towing releases
Website – www.hobokennj.org
Address –
101 1st St, Hoboken, New Jersey ( NJ ) 07030-4539
Telephone – (201) 653-1919,(201) 653 1921

18 Responses

  1. beamrider9 says:

    FYI – if you’re going to get your car inspected at Secaucus anytime soon, they are currently failing people because of the Hoboken parking sticker on your windshield. The Hoboken Parking Authority is talking to the state and the inspection station to try to get it resolved, but as of right now, depending on the inspector, you could run into this. My car failed inspection on Tuesday and, after being on the phone with the HPA, I know I’m not the only one.

  2. Katie_Scarlett says:

    [quote comment=”84894″]FYI – if you’re going to get your car inspected at Secaucus anytime soon, they are currently failing people because of the Hoboken parking sticker on your windshield. The Hoboken Parking Authority is talking to the state and the inspection station to try to get it resolved, but as of right now, depending on the inspector, you could run into this. My car failed inspection on Tuesday and, after being on the phone with the HPA, I know I’m not the only one.[/quote]
    I don’t understand, what’s the issue?

  3. beamrider9 says:

    [quote comment=”84894″]FYI – if you’re going to get your car inspected at Secaucus anytime soon, they are currently failing people because of the Hoboken parking sticker on your windshield.[/quote]

    If you have the parking sticker on your windshield, you fail. It’s that simple (and that ridiculous).

  4. beamrider9 says:

    They claim it’s a “windshield vision obstruction” or some such. Apparently the state sent out a memo about it to inspection stations over the holiday weekend. The HPA checked out the sticker placement three years ago and got the okay from the state, so no one is sure why this is suddenly an issue. (Especially considering the state inspection sticker itself is far more of an obstruction than the Hoboken parking sticker.)

  5. Katie_Scarlett says:

    Gotta love NJ. That IS insane.

  6. CharlieAParker says:

    [quote comment=”84903″]The HPA checked out the sticker placement three years ago and got the okay from the state, [/quote]

    I’m calling bull shit on that. Not you beam but on the city. It’s so f’ing typical.

  7. CharlieAParker says:

    Well maybe, maybe not. Did the city get formal approval by the Director or just an “yeah, sure it should be OK”?

    13:20-33.8 Obstruction to driver’s vision; Class I and II licensees

    (a) No accessory or other object shall be mounted hsuch a manner as to interfere with the driver’s vision.

    (b) Signs, posters, stickers, or other non-transparent material shall not be placed upon the windshield, wings, deflectors, side shields, or front side windows of any motor vehicle; provided, however, the inspection certificate of approval, certificateof waiver, inspection rejection sticker, an automatic vehicle identificationsystem transponder approved by the Director in accordance with N.J.A.C. 13:20-10, or any other sticker approved by the Director, is permitted.

  8. rag246 says:

    If the HPA got the “OK” from the State, all they need to do is produce it in writing. I will not hold my breath.

  9. dirtyjerz says:

    Had no problem a few months ago “down the shore”

  10. Sidd Finch says:

    Maybe it’s a way to get people to get their inspections in Hoboken?

  11. YipYap says:

    The new Hoboken parking stickers are easy to peel off. They are not made of paper like regualar inspection stickers but are two layers of plastic material that does not tear easily. If you are careful enough you can peel it off then go to inspection and put it back on again after you have passed.

    It is not cheating, so don’t worry.

    Cheating would be moving your sticker from one vehicle to the next, at least to the Hoboken Parking cabal anyway.

  12. beamrider9 says:

    It might depend on the inspector, too. I had a guy named Damian Howard on Tuesday, but the HPA lady I talked to said she spoke to someone else there who said that they would not fail a car solely because of the parking sticker.

  13. homeworld says:

    Isn’t it the Hoboken Parking Utility?

    I though the Hoboken Parking Authority was dissolved a few years ago.

  14. JohnnyBGood03 says:

    I recently moved to Hoboken but I can not get a resident parking permit because my car is not registered in NJ. I can not get the car registered in NJ because it is collateral on a loan in Ohio. Is there anything I can do? My name is on the lease and I am perfectly willing to get an NJ ID.

    • Litteredboken says:

      Call the NJ Dept. of Motor Vehicles!! You’re not the only one with this issue; they’ll help you clear it up.

      In response to JohnnyBGood03 who said:

      I recently moved to Hoboken but I can not get a resident parking permit because my car is not registered in NJ. I can not get the car registered in NJ because it is collateral on a loan in Ohio. Is there anything I can do? My name is on the lease and I am perfectly willing to get an NJ ID.

  15. BklynHobo says:

    The new website says Resident permit parking M-F 8:15am-9:30pm. Does that mean visitors don’t need permits on Saturdays anymore?

    • homeworld says:

      That’s a good question. I assumed they meant that’s the hours they’re open in City Hall. But it does almost read like that’s the enforcement hours.

      In response to BklynHobo who said:

      The new website says Resident permit parking M-F 8:15am-9:30pm. Does that mean visitors don’t need permits on Saturdays anymore?

      • BklynHobo says:

        So I asked the nice lady behind the glass today about this, and she said they do need visitor permits on Saturday. She knew nothing about what it said on the web. And they don’t have any hang tags at the moment…

        In response to homeworld who said:

        That’s a good question. I assumed they meant that’s the hours they’re open in City Hall. But it does almost read like that’s the enforcement hours.

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