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Temporary No Parking Signs

Temporary No Parking Signs (TNP) are for commercial vehicles involved in moving, construction activity, special events, or large deliveries. Residents or businesses can purchase TNP signs to reserve a specific on-street space in 4, 8, 12, and 24-hour increments according to the following pricing:

4 Hours - Cost $10.00 per day
8 Hours - Cost $15.00 per day
12 Hours - Cost $30.00 per day
24 Hours - Cost $40.00 per day

Temporary No Parking Signs

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Temporary No Parking Signs

Temporary No Parking Signs (TNP) are for commercial vehicles involved in moving, construction activity, special events, or large deliveries. Residents or businesses can purchase TNP signs to reserve a specific on-street space in 4, 8, 12, and 24-hour increments according to the following pricing:

4 Hours - Cost $10.00 per day
8 Hours - Cost $15.00 per day
12 Hours - Cost $30.00 per day
24 Hours - Cost $40.00 per day

TNP signs are sold Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. as well as Saturdays and certain holidays between 9 a.m. and 1 p.m. They can also be purchased online. Please note the following:

  • TNP signs can be sold only for commercial vehicles
  • TNP signs are sold with a 2 sign minimum. Purchaser must know how many feet the truck/trucks need. If they DO NOT know length, they must purchase a minimum of 3 signs.
  • Purchaser must know the Number (#) & Street address of where they want signs posted
  • Purchaser needs to know the date & time frame (start & end) that they want their signs to be in effect
  • Purchaser should assume that each sign provides approximately 18 ft
  • In order to be enforceable, signs must be purchased at the Hoboken Parking Utility 72 hours in advance for non-metered locations and permit/4-hour metered locations, and 24 hour in advance for 2-hour metered locations. If the signs are purchased online, they must be ordered at least 5 business days in advance.
  • If the address given to Customer Service Representative (CSR) is not a legal parking spot (i.e. driveways, fire hydrants, 25 ft from a crosswalk/intersection, handicap spot, etc) HPU officers will post signs at the closest location at their discretion
  • TNP signs CAN NOT be sold for locations located on private property
  • TNP signs DO NOT recuse vehicles from observing street cleaning regulations; if vehicles are parked during street cleaning times, they will be ticketed and be required to pay ticket
  • If contractors/individuals are requesting TNP signs for a dumpster, they must have a permit from Hoboken Parking Utility with them at time of purchase; we need a copy of dumpster permit for our records. Address on dumpster permit and address and number of signs being requested must match exactly, especially when on narrow side streets (numbered). Generally Hoboken Parking Utility requires that the contractor also purchase signs across the street of where the dumpster is actually being placed, reason being is emergency vehicles are not able to pass at this point in the street
  • When purchasing TNP signs for a dumpster the charge will be based on the hours needed for the dumpster
  • When purchasing TNP signs for a dumpster on side streets, the fee for signs across the street will be based on the hours needed for the dumpster
  • TNP signs will only be provided for dumpsters Monday-Friday; not weekends
  • TNP sign purchases on Saturdays and holidays must be made at least one (1) week in advance of the desired posting time
  • Signs may not be purchased for personal vehicles
  • City is not responsible if address provided by purchaser is incorrect. If the individual/contractor moves the location of the signs, they are no longer enforceable and no refund will be issued.

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