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Examples of hardships that could qualify for a hardship exemptionlink to hardship exemption permit below
NO OVERNIGHT PARKING ON RESIDENTIAL STREETS BEGINNING DEC 1 for residents of unincorporated Greenburgh
HARDSHIP EXEMPTION APPLICATION LINK CAN BE FOUND BELOW
EXAMPLES OF HARDSHIPS
when a resident has no driveway or parking area available on the premises and there is no area on the premise where a driveway or parking area can be provided or constructed by the owner. A driveway or parking area exists on the premises, but due to the number of vehicles entitled to park on the premises, there is no room to park the Applicant’s vehicle and there is no area on the premises where additional parking can be provided or constructed by the owner
The Applicant is physically handicapped and possesses either a “handicapped parking permit” authorized by law or the vehicle displays “handicapped” license plates and the Applicant’s handicap prevents her/him from walking from a designated off street parking area to the premises.
The Applicant is required, in writing, by her/his employer to have a company vehicle and there is no off street parking provided or available for such vehicle on the premises (attach signed copy of employer’s letter).
The Applicant is a temporary occupant due to status as (e.g., student, employee, multiple residences, etc.) and parking is not available on the premises (free or for rent) and/or there are already vehicles parking on the premises leaving no room for Applicant’s vehicle.
The Applicant’s vehicle, by virtue of her/his trade, employment or special training, (i.e., emergency responder or life support, i.e., police, fire, ambulance, EMT, nurse, doctor, etc.) must have immediate access to the public highways and no such access exists on the premises. This does not include vehicles commercially registered or primarily used for commercial purposes and is subject to the site inspection.
The application can be found on the link below:
Greenburgh Town Supervisor