Residential parking permits

New permits, replacement or temporary permits, and paying your renewal.

You require a permit to park in specifically marked permit areas.

People who have parking restrictions outside or within 100 metres of their home can apply for a permit to park in the area to stay over the time limit.

Please read:

Apply for a permit

You'll need:

  • Your car's registration number.
  • 2 documents proving that you live or work at the address for the permit.

Download the residential parking permit application form and return the form to any customer service centres along with your payment.

Replacement permits

If you require a replacement permit, you need to print, complete and submit the replacement residential parking permit application form.

Please do not send cash in the mail. If sending an application in the mail with a money order/cheque or alternatively attend a customer service branch for other payment options.

For all other questions, please read the residential parking permit frequently asked questions.

Temporary parking permits

Temporary parking permits are available for all properties for a 4-week period.

Number of permits

Each household can have a maximum of two permits.

Households with off-street parking (for example, a driveway), a right of way (laneway between house blocks) or with a garage are entitled to one permit only.

Permit fees effective as at 1 September 2022. Permits expire 28 February 2023

Cost of permits

Type of permit Fee
First permit $22.50
Second permit $34.50
Pension first permit $11.25
Pension second permit $17.25
Type 1 temporary permit $45 per month
Type 2 temporary permit

$100 for the first month

$300 for subsequent months within a 12 month period

Parking using a permit

The residential parking permit will allow you to park outside residential properties only in the area that it was issued. To find the parking area applicable to your property, view our Local parking area map.

These permits are not valid on a main road and do not exempt the holder from receiving penalties for Clearways, No Stopping, Loading Zones or other statutory offences.

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