City of Long Branch

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Director of Public Safety
Domingos Saldida
Phone Numbers
732-222-1000
Emergencies: Dial 911
Location
344 Broadway
Long Branch,
NJ
07704

Resident Parking

Residents of Seaview(south side, East of Ocean Blvd), Marine and Ocean Terrace 

Your neighborhood has been designated as a “Residential Parking Area Only” on a yearly, seasonal basis. The season begins on May 1st and ends on September 30th. To be able to park out on the street during this period will require the owner of an affected property (located within the designated Zone) to apply online for a permit. The documents you will need for that web site are as follows: Proof of residence (i.e. copy of the deed bearing your name), a driver license bearing that same address as well as a registration also bearing the same address (If the home in this area is a summer or second residence then the proof of ownership will suffice along with your DL/Registration). Once the application process is completed you will be asked to make an appointment with me. You will have to bring your car to City hall where a resident parking sticker will be applied to the exterior glass of one of your car windows. 

 Ordinance #325-24.1 is the law that regulates this Residential Parking program and Ordinance 325-49 Schedule XXII designates which streets are “Residential Parking Only”. As per 325-49 the following streets are “Residential Parking Only”: Marine Terrance both sides, Ocean Terrance both sides and Seaview Ave (from Ocean Blvd East to Ocean Ave) the south side. 

 There are 92 legal spaces within this designated area and owners living within the designated area will have the option to purchase up to two permits. The fee is $25.00 per permit and there are no guest passes.  

There are no visitor passes under the ordinance. In that case visitors will have to park either in the driveway or off site. Vehicles parked within these designated areas not displaying the correct color coded residential parking sticker will be issued a summons for the violation. 

Application: https://www.thepermitportal.com/IPS 

Residents of Arthur Ave 

Arthur Ave has been designated as a “Residential Permit Parking Area Only”. This will be on a Calendar year (Jan1st through Dec 31st) basis. To be able to park out on the designated street(s) during this period will require a resident of Arthur Ave to apply online (https://www.thepermitportal.com/IPS) for a permit. The documents you will need for that web site are as follows: Proof of residence (i.e. copy of the deed/rental agreement bearing your name), a driver license bearing that same name/ address as well as a registration also bearing the same name/address. Once the application process is completed you will be required to make an appointment with the Long Branch Police Traffic Bureau (number supplied through the website). You will have to bring your car to City hall where a resident parking sticker will be applied to the exterior glass of one of your car windows. 

 Ordinance #325-24.1 is the law that regulates this Residential Parking program and Ordinance 325-49 Schedule XXII designates which streets are “Residential Parking Only”. As per 325-49 the following street is a “Residential Parking Only”: Arthur Ave Both side, entire length. 

 Owners/Renters living within the designated area will have the option to purchase up to two permits per address. The fee is $25.00 per permit and there are no guest passes include within the Ordinance. 

Vehicles parked within this designated area not displaying the correct color coded residential parking sticker will be issued a summons for the violation. 

Application: https://www.thepermitportal.com/IPS 

The City of Long Branch Police Department is committed to providing a safe community and improving the quality of life for all people. We accomplish this by delivering quality police services and enforcing laws with equality and impartiality. In partnership with the community, we reduce crime through public education, prevention, and awareness. In meeting this objective, we demand of ourselves the highest professional standards and dedication to our core values.

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Police Department is located at the rear of the building in the lower level. 

For Emergencies Dial 9-1-1

Non-Emergencies 732-222-1000

City Hall Main No. 732-222-7000