Apply for a Parking Permit

If you are a resident in an area with time restricted parking, you may be eligible for a permit that will legally enable you to exceed the time limit. Bayside Council offers residential parking schemes in designated areas.

Refer to Council's current fees and charges for applicable fees for parking permits.

Pensioner discounts apply

Residential Parking Permits and Eligibility

If you are a resident in an area that has signs with time restricted parking with wording "Permit Holders Excepted", you may be eligible for a permit that will legally enable you to exceed the time limit.

In some areas of Bayside Council, residents may be eligible for parking permits. A permit exempts users from most time limits, but they do not guarantee a parking spot on our streets. As required by law, the eligibility and conditions of Residential Parking Schemes in the Bayside Council are based on NSW Roads & Maritime Services' Permit Parking Guidelines. Carers' and Tradespersons' Permits are also available if the eligibility criteria is met.

Residential Parking Scheme Areas

Residents who live in the following areas are eligible with the correct documentation to apply for parking permits.Council has resident parking schemes implemented in a range of areas.

Simply download and complete the correct Residential Parking Application Form. You will need to supply your registration papers and license when visiting our Customer Service Centres to make payment and collect your permit. If you are too busy, a friend or relative can apply on your behalf with copies of your documentation.

Refer to Council's current fees and charges for applicable fees for parking permits.

Pensioner discounts apply