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 Transport for NSW (TfNSW) requirements and Council's On-Street Parking Policy, only certain properties are eligible to receive a permit.
It is the responsibility of the permit holder to ensure they renew their permit before the expiry date. Council may send a reminder via email to the address provided on your application.
Click here to view Council's Parking Policy.
Resident parking permits expire on 28 February every second year
The Resident Parking Scheme allows eligible 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 1P, 2P, 3P and 4P 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.
Council granted a two week grace period to allow residents to renew their permits. Law Enforcement Officers will be authorised to enforce public infringement notices to vehicles after this period.
Where a member of the public would like to request a review of a Penalty Infringement Notice, this should happen directly through Revenue NSW. Council does not accept direct representations.
To request a review, contact Revenue NSW and include the following in your letter:
Visitor parking permits expire on 30 June annually.
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 expire on 30 June annually.
Designed to provide preferential parking for residents and ratepayers in Cabarita Park and Bayview Park. Residents and ratepayers of City of Canada Bay can apply for two free parks permits annually per rateable property whereas non-residents/non-ratepayers are charged for permits.
Parking permits expire on 30 June annually.
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.
Once you have downloaded the correct application form found on Councils forms and fact sheets page, you should return the completed form and copies of any required documents to Council by email, mail, or in person at Council's Civic Centre.
If you have any enquiries in regard to parking permits please contact Customer Service on 9911 6555, via email: email@example.com or on our Live Chat function.
In 2012 on-street metered parking was introduced in key areas that were previously subject to chronic parking congestion, with high demand and little or no turnover. These areas are:
Parking meters are provided which allow payment via coins or credit card. A ticket is printed that must be displayed on the dashboard of a vehicle.
Council is also trialling pay by phone app technology. This allows users to pay for parking using their phone and does not require a physical ticket to be displayed.
On Hospital Road users can pay for parking via CellOPark. For more information please visit cellopark.com.au.
Due to high demand for parking in Cabarita Park and Bayview Park and limited number of available spaces, parking fees apply. This helps to ensure turnover and access for all users.
Access cards for night access to Bayview Park boat ramp are available for hire please complete an access card application located on our forms and fact sheets page.