Permit eligibility and parking policy

Permit Parking Schemes have been installed around the City Canada Bay to manage and share parking in locations of high demand. Council has four types of permit schemes in place: Resident Parking Schemes, Visitor Parking Schemes, Business Parking Schemes and Parks Parking Schemes.

There are strict rules governing permit applications and the use of permits. In accordance with the Roads and Maritime Services (RMS) requirements and Council's On-Street Parking Policy, only certain properties are eligible to receive a permit.

Resident Parking Schemes

The Resident Parking Scheme allows residents who have inadequate off-street parking to apply for permits to park in their street or neighbouring streets without time restriction. Non-permit holders must comply with the 2P or 3P time restrictions in these areas. The number of permits which can be issued to residents is limited by the number of off-street parking spaces which you have and the number of vehicles registered to your address.

Resident Parking Permits are valid from 2 March 2015 – 28 February 2017

Streets with Resident Parking Permits

Drummoyne - Area 1
Arcadia Avenue Park Avenue Alexandra Street Renwick Street
Bowman Street Roseby Street Cambridge Street Roseby Street
Seymour Street Cary Street Sisters Crescent Tavistock Street
College St Day Street Therry Street Thornley Street
Edwin Street Tranmere Street Formosa Street Lyons Road (East of South Street)
Victoria Road Malborough Street Wrights Road St Georges Crescent
Albert Street Queen Victoria Street     

 

Chiswick - Area 2
Blackwall Point Road

 

Strathfield - Area 3
Ada Street Lloyd George Avenue Alexandra Street Manson Road
Coles Street Melbourne Street Swan Avenue Cooper Street
Parramatta Road Daly Avenue Franklyn Street

 

Concord West - Area 4
Boronia Street Loch Maree Parade Moala Street Colane Street
Merville Street Phoenic Avenue Concord Road Nullawarra Avenue
Hospital Road Currawang Street Fermont Street Killoola Street (East of Concord Road)
Tulloch Avenue (South of Concord Road)

 

Concord West - Area 5
Bangalla Road Concord Road Castlesteagh Street Coonong Road
Harrison Ave Wallaroy Street Phoenix Avenue (South of Concord Road) Queen Street (North of Bangalla Road)
Killolla Street (West of Concord Road)

Visitor Parking Scheme

The Visitor Parking Scheme is intended to assist residential visitors to park in close proximity to your residence without time restriction. Only residents can apply for a Visitor Permit and only one Visitor Permit will be issued to an individual residence per year.

If you currently hold a Visitor Parking Permit, then please note that they are scheduled to expire on Tuesday, 28 February 2017.

Please ensure you renew your Visitor Parking Permit before this date. Failure to display a valid permit may result in the issue of an infringement.

A maximum of one (1) visitor parking permit will be issued per eligible residential property per year of issue. Please note that the permit is free.

Please return your completed form to Council via one of the options below.

  • In Person: 1A Marlborough Street, Drummoyne, NSW 2047
  • By Mail: Locked Bag 1470Drummoyne NSW 1470
  • By Fax: 9911 6550

If you have any enquiries in regard to this matter, please contact Customer Services on 9911 6555.

Business Parking Schemes

Allows business owners/operators who have limited or no off-street parking to park in the vicinity of their business property. A maximum of two business permits can be issued to an eligible business premises per year and strict eligibility criteria applies.

Business Parking Permits are valid from 1 July to 30 June of the following year. 

Parks Parking Schemes

Designed to provide preferential parking for residents and ratepayers in some of the City’s major parks. Residents and ratepayers of  City of Canada Bay can receive two free Parks Permits per year whereas non-residents/non-ratepayers are charged for permits.

Parks Parking Permits are valid from 1 July to 30 June of the following year. However, due to imminent changes to Local Government, the City of Canada Bay will extend the validity of existing Parks Parking Permits to 30 June 2017

Replacement Permits

Can be issued for Resident, Business and Parks permits. This allows for permits which have been damaged or destroyed and for the changeover/sale of vehicles. Lost or destroyed Visitor permits cannot be replaced within the current permit year.

How to apply for a Permit

Once you have downloaded the correct application form you should return the completed form and copies of any required documents to Council by email, mail, fax or you can submit it in person to Council's Customer Service counter.

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Page last updated on: 23/02/17
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