Residential Parking Permits
Some residential streets in the Township of East Brunswick have restricted parking for residents and their visitors. The East Brunswick Residential Parking Program is overseen by the Special Operations Section who issues parking permits to residents whose address is on a street with permit parking restrictions.
Applications for on-street parking permits can be made by downloading the Residential Parking Permit Application and submitting it in person at 1 Civic Center Drive, East Brunswick, NJ 08816 or emailing it to SpecOps@ebpd.net. If you prefer to submit your application by mail, please send your application to:
Permit issuing is conducted Monday through Friday, 8:00 am to 4:30 pm.
According to the Township of East Brunswick Permit Parking Ordinance § 209-17.2.; No motor vehicle shall be parked on the streets or parts of streets designated in Schedule A, described in Schedule XXIX, which is attached hereto and made a part of this chapter on a daily basis during the hours designated in the said schedule unless:
- The motor vehicle is owned or operated on a regular basis by a resident of the street, and
- The motor vehicle has displayed on its left rear window in such a manner as to be closely examined by a police officer a current residential parking permit, or in the case of East Brunswick Rescue Squad members in the designated area of the Rescue Squad Headquarters, a valid East Brunswick Rescue Squad identity plate displayed on or in the vehicle. Visitors permits shall be hung from the rear view mirror or placed on the dashboard of the visitors vehicle.
- The motor vehicle falls under one of the exceptions to the parking ban.
Permits will be granted only under the following terms and conditions.
- To persons who are residents on said street or portion thereof upon which parking is restricted by this ordinance, a permanent permit, valid for a period of two years, shall be issued for every vehicle owned or principally operated by such person or persons.
- Two visitor "hang-tag" permits shall also be issued to each residential unit on any street or portion thereof upon which parking is restricted by this ordinance for use only by visitors to that residential unit. Visitor permits will be valid for a period of two years.