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Haddonfield’s New Public Parking Kiosks to be Activated January 1

The newly installed kiosk system has replaced meter parking at public lots and along Tanner Street, offering the convenience of using credit cards to pay for parking

Haddonfield, NJ – December 29, 2011 – The parking kiosks are coming. Viewed as a better and more convenient method to pay for parking than scrounging for change to feed a meter, the kiosks have replaced all meters in the Borough’s public parking lots and on Tanner Street. The kiosks become active Sunday, January 1.

Public Lot Kiosks
The public lots have a pay-by-space kiosk system. Each of the parking spaces is marked with a number, which must be entered at the kiosk. Each space is also marked either with an “S” (short) for up to three-hour parking or an “L” (long) for up to 12-hour parking. At the kiosk, patrons must: (1) enter the parking space number via the keypad; (2) select payment type (cash or credit/debit); (3) pay with coins, bills or card; (4) keep ticket/receipt as proof of purchase.

Tanner Street Kiosks
The Tanner Street kiosks are a pay-and-display kiosks. These require that patrons, upon parking, proceed to the kiosk and make a payment using cash or a debit/ credit card. The kiosk will in turn generate a slip of paper showing the length of time for which parking is paid. This slip of paper must then be placed on the passenger side front windshield with the time stamp facing outward. Please note that if tickets are placed incorrectly or in the wrong spot the car owner may be ticketed.

It should be further noted that the kiosks cannot provide change for cash payments. Metered parking spaces will continue to operate in the usual fashion.

For more information public parking, please visit or call Borough Hall at 856-429-4700 ext. 250.