Albany parking permits and not-for-profits

albany parking permit system signBusinesses in Albany's new residential parking permit zones have the opportunity to buy three parking passes, but what about not-for-profits? Someone asked us this question recently, so we checked with Albany city clerk Nala Woodard. His answer: not-for-profit organizations in the zones will be treated just like businesses -- they can apply for three parking permits for their employees, regardless of whether those orgs have their own off-street parking. Earlier: Albany parking permit system starting January 15

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