No. Non-residential vehicles parked in a residential permitted zone may only park for no more than two (2) consecutive hours per day between the hours of 8:00 a.m. and 6:00 p.m. on weekdays, except holidays.
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No. Non-residential vehicles parked in a residential permitted zone may only park for no more than two (2) consecutive hours per day between the hours of 8:00 a.m. and 6:00 p.m. on weekdays, except holidays, along any street which has been designated a residential parking permit zone.
There are three (3) residential Permit Parking Zones in the City of Albany: Zone A, Zone B and Zone C.
View a detailed map of these zones here.
A violation will result in a $65.00 fine.
The Albany Parking Authority does not handle or manage payments, contests, or appeals for parking tickets. For questions or assistance regarding a parking ticket or violation, please contact the Parking Violations Bureau located at Albany City Hall at (518) 434-5006 or email.
To contest a parking ticket/violation the ticket holder will either need to bring the ticket(s) into Albany City Hall to issue the contest in person or mail their contest to the Parking Violations Bureau with a copy of their ticket and an explanation attached.
Parking ticket/violation contests cannot be made over the phone.
Parking tickets may be contested in person at:
For information about on-street residential parking permits, visit the City of Albany's Parking Permit webpage or contact the City Clerk’s office at 518-434-5090.