Who to Call: For questions about permits and policy, call the Tax collector, 973-564-7083; for parking violations, call the Police, 973-564-7001.
- The Downtown Millburn Development Alliance has a map of downtown parking.
- Downtown Millburn's parking lots are metered. They are either individual meters or the new munimeter paystations, which were installed in 2008 in the larger lots.
- Lots 1 and 2 are the two largest lots with two-hour parking.
- They are between Lackawanna Place and Main Street on the north side of the road.
- Parking lot 15 is also along Essex Street and has one- and two-hour parking meters.
- Lot 16 on Main Street is reserved business permit parking.
- Lots 5 and 6 are on either side of Town Hall between Essex Street and Millburn Avenue.
- Lot 5 has three-hour parking meters, and it is also where visitors to Town Hall can park for free.
- Parking in Lot 6 requires a permit.
- Parking Lot 4 is on Taylor Street with three-hour parking.
- Lot 12 is on Millburn Avenue and has one-hour parking.
- On-street parking is available along stretches of Essex Street, Millburn Avenue, Main Street, Taylor Street and Whitingham Terrace. The meters range from one to thee hours.
Train Station Parking -- Millburn Train Station
- Lots 7 and 9 are along Glen Avenue to serve the train station. Both have valet parking service.
- Lot 7 has permit and three-hour metered parking. The lot is free on Saturdays.
- Lot 9 has 12-hour parking meters, which are also free on Saturdays. A resident permit sticker is required before noon.
Train Station Parking -- Short Hills Train Station
- There is a lot across from the New York-bound side of the train station that requires a permit for parking.
- There are two-hour parking meters along the street.
- There is also permit parking along Chatham Avenue.
- Parking fees are 50 cents per hour at the meters.
- Nine- and 12-hour parking zones carry a $5 fee. The entire $5 must be deposited in order to activate the meter in those zones.
- There is no overtime parking.
- Parking meters are in effect Monday through Saturday, 9am - 6pm, except where noted. Parking is free on Sundays and legal holidays.
- There are parking permits available for both residents and non-residents of Millburn.
- For residents, the first car in a household's parking permit costs $350-$360 per year. Each additional permit is $450 each.
- A semi-annual permit for residents costs $225 for the first vehicle and $275 for each additional vehicle.
- Non-resident business permits are available for $230-$250 for a full year and $215 for a semi-annual permit. A transferrable permit costs $300 per year.
- Parking permits are available in the tax collector’s office at Town Hall.