Thursday, 30 May 2024 13:14

City of Saratoga Springs Residents Can Obtain Free Permits for Parking Garages, Surface Lots

Parking Permits are available to city residents as part of the new summer parking plan. This particular part of the program specifically refers to city-owned parking garages and surface lots. Parking Permits are available to city residents as part of the new summer parking plan. This particular part of the program specifically refers to city-owned parking garages and surface lots.

SARATOGA SPRINGS —City residents can apply for free permits in the city owned parking garages and surface lots. 

The registration portal will request resident information, vehicle information, and proof of residency, which is considered an official record with resident name and City of Saratoga Springs address. 

Proof of residency can include drivers’ licenses, utility bills, or tax records which clearly demonstrate resident name and address. Any outstanding parking tickets must be paid prior to the permit’s issuance. 

Residents can register for permits via the following website: https://www.tocite.net/saratogaspringspd/portal/permit. 

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Downtown business employee permits will be issued through a different process, which will be announced directly to the downtown business organizations. 

And Saratoga Springs Library Permits will be issued by the library, at the library. 

On-street parking remains status quo free for all, that is: fingers-crossed for luck, first-come, first-served. 

Seasonal paid parking is scheduled to go into effect following the Belmont Stakes weekend, the week of June 10, 2024.

Residents who are unable to or have difficulty registering online can call the Department of Public Works for assistance at 518-587-3550 ext. 2555.

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