MORRISTOWN, NJ -  All 2017 Morristown residential parking permits have expired. Although the permits expired on December 31, 2017, The Town of Morristown has issued a 30 day grace period to allow residents to complete the updated permits. Beginning February 1, 2018, all 2017 permits will be invalid.

New permits are available at the Town Clerks Office, located at 200 South Street, First Floor.

To obtain a permit for a new vehicle or if you have moved residences, you must provide your NJ drivers license, insurance, NJ car registration, and a utility bill. Registration must be in the requestors name.

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If the prior information is the same (same address, same vehicle) a renew request may be done via email. Requests should be emailed to resparking@townofmorristown.org. The subject line must read, renew permit 2018, your name, address.

The Town of Morristown also issues Hardship Parking for residents with no residential or on-street parking. Please note, that these renews are due today, Tuesday January 2, 2018. Residents seeking to renew their hardship permits for 2018, must resubmit their request to the Business Administration. Renewal requests can be found HERE.

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