Driving to town? There are numerous parking lots in downtown, on Upper Millburn Ave, and at both the Millburn and Short Hills train stations.
Please click here to see our parking maps.
If you are heading downtown, the parking deck (#2) and Millburn train station lot (#7 – free after 6 p.m. and on weekends) are both great options. For other districts beyond downtown, there’s generally street parking or parking lot spots available.
Parking meters on Chatham Road, Millburn Ave and in Lots #1, 2, 4, 5 and 9 have been replaced with MPay2Park Pay Stations. See the maps below. Payment may be made by any of the following:
With this parking system, spot numbers are not necessary; only license plate numbers need to be entered when paying for parking. Time limits still apply to all parking! Be sure to park in properly designated spots for hourly or all-day parking. Your receipt from the pay station does not need to be displayed.
Residential Shopper Permits eliminate the need to use pay stations, meters, or the MPay2Park app. Time limits are strictly enforced.
Business Parking Permits are available to business owners and employees.
Business Transferable Permits (hang tag permits) may attach up to 5 vehicles.
Commuter Parking Permits are available for train station parking.
Free Resident Stickers for residents wishing to use the 12-hour spaces in the Millburn Library Lot. The cost is $10 per day and paid at the pay station or by the MPay2Park app.
All parking permits are issued through the Tax Office at Town Hall. For more details click here.
Explore Millburn-Short Hills375 Millburn AveTown Hall, 2nd FloorMillburn, NJ 07041
Greetings! My name is Steve Grillo and I am excited to announce that I am the new Executive Director of Explore Millburn-Short Hills – the Special Improvement District (SID) serving a five neighborhood area here in beautiful Millburn Township.
I am an urban strategist with experience in Business Improvement Districts (BID), economic development, affordable housing, transportation planning, community advocacy, grant writing, industrial development and inter-governmental affairs.
I hold a Master’s Degree in Urban Planning from Hunter College in Manhattan and have worked for the federal government, a major utility and in non-profit affordable housing. The majority of my career has been spent supporting small businesses and creating BIDs during my nearly 10 years with the Staten Island Economic Development Corporation. With that organization, I created three BIDs as well as six other neighborhood development programs.
I have had a varied and interesting career in the community development field which has afforded me the ability to work on innovative projects including housing policy and construction, brownfield redevelopment and various transportation, land use, park space and master planning efforts. I hope to utilize these diverse skills to enhance the work I do with Explore Millburn-Short Hills and to create a collaborative, engaged and holistic plan for development of the SID.
I am thrilled for the opportunity to work with the board of directors, elected officials and of course – property and business owners – to move the SID forward. As we emerge from the Covid-19 pandemic it is essential that we reevaluate the way that business operate, how local services are provided and how customers are attracted. Millburn-Short Hills businesses have so much to offer and by enhancing the already existing base and attracting new opportunities, the future is limitless.
I invite you to meet with me either at your site or at the Explore Millburn-Short Hills office located at Town Hall (375 Millburn Avenue). Please contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org to schedule an appointment so that I can learn more about your business.
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