What parks are open and do I need a parking permit (park sticker)?

Any vehicle that parks in a Town of Trumbull park requires a parking permit (vehicle park sticker).


Limited Opening Guidelines for Twin Brooks and Old Mine Parks

Beginning Friday, May 1st, Old Mine Park and Twin Brooks Park/Walking Trails will be open from 9am-7pm daily. 

Park Rangers and Police will monitor parking areas, walkways, and trails. Open for passive recreational activities such as walking, biking, jogging, and exercising only.

 

Park Regulations (all open locations):

  • All vehicles are required to have valid 2019 or 2020 parking permit (park sticker).

  • Vehicles without a park sticker will be denied entry and/or ticketed.

  • Any activity that encourages loitering or group gatherings, such as picnics, sunbathing, group sports, etc., is prohibited.

  • All playgrounds, restrooms, athletic fields, and pavilions are closed.

  • Dogs must be leashed at all times. Please clean up after your pet as required by town ordinance.

  • All patrons must obey park signage, including temporary signage.

  • Face coverings are recommended when physical distancing cannot be maintained.

  • Patrons must follow the social distancing and safety protocols recommended by the CDC. Residents that are walking together should be limited to immediate family members that are living together. Park Rangers reserve the right to remove patrons who do not practice safe social distancing.

  • “Carry-in, carry-out” trash policy.

  • Parking is only allowed in designated lots and is not allowed along roadways or on the grass.

  • Decisions to close a park will be made by the police and/or the health department.

 

 

Additional Information Regarding Old Mine Park:

Parking is allowed ONLY in designated parking spaces. A valid parking permit is required for entry. A Park Ranger will be at the entrance and will confirm the vehicle has a valid park sticker affixed to their vehicles prior to entry. To ensure safety of our Park Rangers, photo ID, vehicle registration or other proof of residency will not be allowed for entrance.

No parking is permitted on the road leading into the park or around the perimeter of the parking lot. No parking on Tungsten Circle. Rangers will patrol the parking area and surrounding roads checking for park stickers and proper parking.


 

Additional Information Regarding Twin Brooks Park:

To help ensure safe social distancing, there will be a limited number of vehicles (60) allowed in Twin Brooks Park at any given time. Vehicles may only enter at the Brock Street entrance - the Franklin Street entrance will remain locked.

A valid parking permit is required for entry. A Park Ranger will be at the entrance and will confirm the vehicle has a valid park sticker affixed to their vehicles prior to entry. To ensure safety of our Park Rangers, photo ID, vehicle registration or other proof of residency will not be allowed for entrance.

Once at capacity, the Park Rangers will follow a 2-cars-in, 2-cars-out protocol. Vehicles will not be allowed to form a queue and wait to enter, nor will the Park Rangers “hold” a spot for a vehicle to gain entry.


General Park Guidelines:

  • Twin Brooks and Old Mine Parks will be open for passive recreational activities such as walking, biking and exercising.
  • Any activity that encourages loitering or group gatherings, such as picnics, sunbathing, group sports, etc., are prohibited.
  • All vehicles are required to have valid 2019 or 2020 park permit (park sticker). Park stickers will not be distributed at park entrances.
  • 2020 park stickers may be requested via email only. Please visit www.trumbull-ct.gov/parkstickers for more information.
  • Vehicles without a Park Sticker will be denied entry and/or ticketed.
  • Patrons must follow the social distancing and safety protocols recommended by the CDC.
  • All playgrounds, restrooms, and pavilions are closed.
  • Dogs must be leashed at all times. Please clean up after your pet.
  • Town Ordinances must be adhered to at all times.
  • Parking is only allowed in designated lots and is not allowed along roadways or on the grass.
  • All patrons must obey park signage, including temporary signage.
  • Park Rangers reserve the right to remove patrons who do not practice safe social distancing.
  • All other parks and school areas, including athletic fields/courts, playgrounds and open spaces will remain closed until further notice.


Additional Information Regarding Twin Brooks Park:

  • To help ensure safe social distancing, there will be a limited number of vehicles allowed in Twin Brooks Park at any given time. Vehicles may only enter at the Brock Street entrance- the Franklin Street entrance will remain locked.
  • A valid Parking Permit is required for entry. A Park Ranger will be at the entrance and will confirm the vehicle has a valid park sticker affixed to their vehicles prior to entry. To ensure safety of our Park Rangers, photo ID, vehicle registration or other proof of residency will not be allowed.
  • Once at capacity, the Park Rangers will follow a 2-cars-in, 2-cars-out protocol. Vehicles will not be allowed to form a queue and wait to enter, nor will the Park Rangers “hold” a spot for a vehicle to gain entry.
  • Vehicles may only park in the main or pavilion parking lot. Parking will not be allowed on the grass or along roadways.
  • The Franklin Street lot will be open for parking. Vehicles must have a valid Park Permit and may only park in a designated parking spots. The vehicles that park in the Franklin Street lot are not included in the maximum vehicle count for the main park.
  • Parking is not allowed along Brock Street or Twin Brooks Drive.
  • Park Rangers reserve the right to deny entry.

Show All Answers

1. What parks are open and do I need a parking permit (park sticker)?
2. How do I request a 2020 Parking Permit by Email?
3. When do I need my 2020 vehicle parking permit?
4. How much is a parking permit if my vehicle is not registered in Trumbull?
5. What documentation do I need to get a vehicle parking permit?
6. Where can I get my vehcile parking permit?
7. I moved here from another town in Connecticut, how do I get my parking permit?
8. Can I park my commercial vehicle in the Trumbull parks?
9. How do I get a permit to host an event in the Trumbull Parks?
10. What is acceptable documentation for Trumbull parking stickers?
11. I only spend my summer’s in Trumbull, am I still eligible for a Park Sticker?
12. I drive a company car so my car is not registered in Trumbull, but I live in Trumbull, am I still eligible for a Park Sticker?
13. I have family in town this weekend, can they park their vehicle in the parks?
14. I have a non-resident who watches my children. Am I able to get them a parking permit so they can take my children to the parks?
15. I am unable to drive, but I still want to use the parks. Can I get a special pass?