If buying a permit doesn’t fit your needs you can park daily at the train at a rate of $13/day at any of these (4) locations, using the Passport App. When paying thru the application, you will need to enter the ZONE and Space Number your vehicle is parked at. Please note these spaces are not for permit use and payment can ONLY be made via the Passport Parking
Site B ZONE 10540 (Metered Parking Spaces Only)
Site A ZONE 10539 (Level 4)
Site D ZONE 10541 (Metered Parking Spaces AND Passport Designated Spaces in Gated Area)
Pipeline Road ZONE 10529 (Designated with Passport Signage)
We at the Hartsdale Public Parking District are devastated by the tragic passing of Stephanie Kavourias. Stephanie served as the Executive Director of the Hartsdale Public Parking District (HPPD) for over two decades and as a consultant to the District throughout her retirement. Under her leadership, the HPPD was transformed in the 90’s from a then dilapidated string of parking locations to a well-maintained, structurally sound set of parking structures (Lots A through F), including the construction at Site A of the parking office. She was responsible for overseeing the construction of Site F with bonding from the Town of Greenburgh, and many other initiatives for the benefit of the commuters and the merchants, as well as residents of Greenburgh. She was a tireless, diligent worker and extraordinarily bright. She had a photographic mind, recalling incidents and information that was almost encyclopedic and her sense of humor was always evident. In the midst of storms, floods, electrical outages during her tenure, one would see Stephanie working alongside her colleagues in the garages and lots. Prior to her tenure at the District, she worked for many years at the Town of Greenburgh, lastly as Zoning Secretary. She was also a former member of the Planning Board for the Town. Stephanie, or Steffie, as many called her, was a true pioneer for women holding leadership positions in government.
Steffie didn’t just work on E. Hartsdale Avenue, she lived here as well. In addition to being the person in charge of permits and meters along the Avenue, she was a dedicated neighbor and friend to so many in the community. She was frequently seen walking her dog, Candy, and taking the time to stop for a chat and help seniors in the neighborhood. She was a supporter and participant in the Hartsdale Chamber of Commerce and the Hartsdale Farmers’ Market. She pushed for the beautification of the Avenue, including more attractive storefronts and was tireless in her support of local merchants. She served as the cooperative board president for her building and volunteered for several organizations including the Greenburgh Library and many others.
We mourn her loss and know that many in our community will share in our grief. But most importantly, we know that her contributions to the District and the community she loved, as well as the impact of her life on all of us will be forever remembered and celebrated.
Wishing you peace,
Stephanie Kavourias 1958-2023
HARTSDALE PUBLIC PARKING DISTRICT
The Hartsdale Public Parking District was created as a “Special District” by a NYS Legislative Act of 1952 to provide commuter parking for residents of the Unincorporated Town of Greenburgh and to provide general public metered parking in support of the local business community.
The District is governed by a Board of Commissioners. Parcels of land were conveyed to the District by the Town of Greenburgh, Penn Central Railroad, and local private owners for the development of parking lots and garages. These properties were developed autonomous of the Town of Greenburgh and are solely user supported operating on income from permit sales and parking meter revenue; the Hartsdale Public Parking District does not benefit from any Town services, tax revenue, or parking violation fines. The District owns and operates two multi-level garages and four open parking lots.
The Hartsdale Parking District has been serving the residents of the Unincorporated Town of Greenburgh, local East Hartsdale Avenue merchants, and the general public since April 22, 1952.