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Posted on: April 27, 2018

Pleasantdale Commuter Parking Lot Information

Municipal Parking

Message From Mayor Robert D. Parisi

During the renovation of the current West Orange Commuter Parking lot located in the rear of the former Pleasantdale Presbyterian Church, commuters will be able to park in a new parking lot being developed by West Orange on Eagle Rock Avenue this Spring.

The new parking lot will be on the northerly side of Eagle Rock Avenue, just west of Pleasant Valley Way and across from the former Parish House for the Presbyterian Church.  The parking lot will have 27 new parking stalls.

The front of the former Church lot will be developed with a Chase Bank. However the rear of the former Church property will remain a Municipal parking lot. The developer of this site is required to improve the rear parking lot with a new driveway location on Haller Road, new parking lot perimeter curb, new pavement and striping. When completed this rear parking lot will be deeded to West Orange.

The existing rear parking lot will remain open until West Orange completes its new parking lot on Eagle Rock Avenue later this Spring. Thus when the rear parking lot is closed by the Developer you will still have a location to park in the Pleasantdale Center. The renovation of the rear parking lot will take about 4 to 6 weeks.

Since the new parking lot will have less spaces than the existing parking lot, it will not accommodate all the current users. However there are two other lots for you to use: Temple B'Nai Shalom at 300 Pleasant Valley Way on the corner of Woodland Avenue and the Wilshire Grand Loft at 350 Pleasant Valley Way. A permit is required to park in the designated stalls in both lots. To obtain information on these parking lots call 973 325 4160 or email  Once the existing parking lot is completed, there will be sufficient parking options for commuters and visitors to Pleasantdale.  The bank parking lot, upon completion and opening of the bank, will also be available for public use in the evening hours.

Thank you for your patience during the construction. 

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