Parking Permit for People with Disabilities (PPPD)
PPPD's are issued by the City Clerk's Office. You must be a resident of the City of Newburgh to receive a PPPD from the Newburgh City Clerk
Note: If you would like disability license plates, you must apply at the Department of Motor Vehicles.
As per the NYS Department of Motor Vehicles, when applying for a PPPD, you must submit a copy of your driver's license or non-driver's id. The last 3 digits of your ID number will be listed on your permit. This is to prevent misuse of the permit and to assist officers in identifying the permit holder.
All applications must have a diagnosis written by your Doctor and their signature. All incomplete applications will be not be processed.
All applications are good for 2 years at which time a new application must be completed by your Doctor.
Having a PPPD allows the mobility disabled to park in spaces designated for disability parking only. A permit may only be used when the disabled person is being transported. Your tag must be displayed and all other parking regulations for the general public must be adhered to.
Having a PPPD does not allow you to stop, stand or park in a disability parking access aisle (hatch marked areas located next to spaces reserved for wheelchair access) or in fire lanes at any time.
PPPD holders may park in any metered parking space without first depositing or causing to be deposited any coin in said meter.