Parking Permit for People with Severe Disabilities

August 4, 2021 - In Residential Permits & Licenses

Costs: there is no fee for a permit.

The Town Clerk is the agent for issuance of permits for severely disabled individuals under NYS Vehicle and Traffic Law. These permits allow holders to park legally in spaces reserved for persons with disabilities. The permit (NYS DMV form #MV-664.1) must be issued in the name of the person with the disability to use when the disabled person drives or is a passenger in any vehicle that is not being used for commercial purposes.

Any NYS resident who qualifies as a severely disabled person is eligible for a statewide parking permit. The permit offers an alternative to disabled drivers who do not want to display license plates with the wheelchair symbol. Permits may also be issued for use by a parent with children who have disabilities and to the elderly. Parents or guardians may apply on behalf of a severely disabled person however in all cases the permit must be issued in the name of the person with the disability.

Application forms are available at the town of Sherburne Town Clerk’s Office or click below for the application as well as by medical doctor who will indicate if the disability is temporary or permanent. The Town Clerk can issue the parking permit only after receiving a completed application.

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