Teatown Parking Policy
Beginning July 15, Parking tags are required daily, from 9am to 5pm. Non-members attending public programs or birthday parties will also be required to pay for parking.
The losses in revenue from both cancelling programming and closing our Visitor Center have done significant damage to Teatown’s finances. Your support during this time is critical to our non-profit organization.
Hang your free annual parking pass on your rear-view mirror.
As the Visitor Center is currently closed, please email Millie at firstname.lastname@example.org to have your parking pass mailed to your address.
Members who have renewed their membership may continue to use expired passes.
Non-members must purchase a daily parking receipt from the parking station.
Display your parking receipt on the driver’s side of your dashboard.
Members will always park free.
We deeply appreciate the support of our members, who will always enjoy free parking at Teatown.
Teatown has a greater impact than ever before—but this impact comes with a cost.
We now protect over 1,000 acres and reach over 20,000 individuals per year with our environmental education programming. The costs of hiring staff and educators, improving our facilities, and caring for the non-releasable wildlife that call Teatown home are significant for a non-profit of our size.
As a community-supported nonprofit, our environmental educational programming and preserve are largely funded by people like you. We appreciate your support as we continue to grow.
Please do not park on the roads.
Parking on Spring Valley and Blinn Road is prohibited. The roads are extremely narrow and there is no shoulder.
Questions or comments?
Dianne Barron, Managing Director
(914) 762-2912 x112