BUSINESS DISTRICT METERS & PARKING REGULATIONS
Industrial Business District (Dell Avenue) Regulations:
The industrial business district, located on Dell Avenue between 40th and 49th Streets, has special parking needs due to the variety of businesses and high volume of heavy trucking in the area. Recent improvements along Dell Avenue will help balance the needs of the residents, business owners, their employees & vendors, visitors and commercial vehicles servicing those companies. Special regulations are in effect 24/7 and only affect the streets listed below between Tonnelle Avenue and Dell Avenues:
Parking is only permitted on the North side of the street with either a residential or business permit.
Limited parking is permitted on the North side of the street with either a residential or business permit.
24 hour metered parking is available with a 4 hour limit on the North side of the street. Parking on the South side of the street will require a residential or business permit.
Parking is permitted in any of the available parking stalls along Dell Avenue with a business permit between 6am and 6pm. Vehicles without a permit will have a 3 hour limit daily. From 6pm to 6am, commercial vehicles are permitted to park in available stalls after purchasing the applicable commercial permit from the pay station located on 43rd Street off of Dell Avenue.
The 24 hour limit is set forth in N.J.S.A. 39: 4-207
Q: Is a person with a wheelchair symbol license plate/placard required to deposit money when parking at a metered space?
A: Yes. When parking at a metered space, a driver with a disability placard/license plate must put the appropriate amount of money in the meter. If the vehicle will occupy the space for more than the maximum amount of time allotted on the meter, the driver must fill the meter to the maximum amount allowed. This will permit the vehicle to occupy the space for up to 24 hours without having to come back and refill the meter. A municipality may require the vehicle to vacate the space after 24 hours.