Resident Commuter Parking Permit
Resident Commuter Parking Application (PDF)
Affidavit for Lost or Stolen Permit (PDF)
Affidavit for Proof of Residency (PDF)
Resident Commuter Parking Permit Fee is $75 (seventy-five dollars): The permit is good for one year from date of issue and is valid in all LIRR commuter parking lots within Huntington: Northport, Greenlawn, Cold Spring Harbor and Huntington including the North and South LIRR Parking Garages located in Huntington Station. Resident Commuter Parking Instructions:
1) Complete Application Form
2) Enclose check for Required Fee
3) Enclose photocopy of your Vehicle Registration
If you are applying for a Resident Permit, the registration must reflect a Town of Huntington address. (If the vehicle registration does not reflect your name and/or a Town of Huntington address, please contact (631) 351-3206 to request a Proof of Residency/Proof of Ownership affidavit. The completed, notarized affidavit should be returned with your renewal application and fee).
Please make your check payable to Jo-Ann Raia, Town Clerk and mail to the Town Clerk's Office, 100 Main Street Huntington, NY 11743-6991. All payments must be made by check (personal, business, bank or money order).
Effective April 2007, most Town offices no longer accept cash for payments over $25 (twenty-five dollars). ATM/Debit Cards (Maestro, pulsePAY,NYCE, STAR, AFFN ACCEL, MONEYSTATION) are accepted over the counter. If you choose to use an ATM/Debit Card you will incur an additional $2.50 convenience fee charged by VitalChek Network – not the Town – that will appear on your monthly bank statement. If you have additional questions, call the Office of the Huntington Town Clerk Jo-Ann Raia at (631) 351-3206.
Placement of Commuter Parking Permits:
The Town understands that not all vehicles conform to the standard for requested placement of the Commuter Permit, therefore, if you have an unconventional vehicle, the Town of Huntington Public Safety Division requests that you place the permit where you think enforcement officers would be able to see it. Enforcement officers are aware of these situations and have the ability to leave their vehicle to check for these permits when they view an unconventional vehicle.