Parking Permit tags must be obtained in the Town Clerk’s office in which one resides. Parking Permits are issued to a person not a vehicle. There is NO fee for a Parking Permit.
- Applications are most often obtained from one’s physician (medical doctor or doctor of osteopathy), podiatrists or nurse practitioner. PLEASE NOTE – A signed doctor’s prescription is NOT acceptable.
- A link to the application is available hereHandicap Parking permit or License Plates form mv6641.
- Applicant completes Part I
- Physician completes Park II
- A completed application can be brought to the Town Clerk along with the applicant’s driver’s license. If an applicant is unable to apply in person, please contact the Town Clerk.
- Permanent Tag is issued to a resident who is certified by a physician as having a permanent disability, impairment or condition for a period up to five years at which time a new tag can be issued. Effective October 8, 2008, physician assistants may certify that an individual has a permanent disability, impairment or condition.
- Temporary Tag is issued to a resident who is certified by a physician as being temporarily disabled for up to six months. If a temporary condition still exists after six months, a new certification is required before a new permit can be issued. Physician assistants may NOT certify a temporary disability, impairment or condition.