What is a Resident Parking Scheme?
Why is there a need for the Scheme?
What authority does Council have to operate the Scheme?
Do I have to be a resident of Randwick City Council to receive a permit?
How do I apply for a parking permit?
Residents get a parking permit by applying to the Council and paying the set fee. When applying for a resident parking permit you must provide documentary proof of where you live and proof of your legal connection with the subject car. Accordingly, you must:
1. Provide originals of at least two of the following documents showing your home address and that this is in the resident parking area:
• current driver's licence
• tenancy documents in your name
• your name on the electoral roll
• utility account (gas, electricity etc)
• bank or credit card statement
• current vehicle registration paper
• home/contents insurance
• rental bond board receipt.
2. Produce the vehicle's registration papers showing that it is registered to you. Note: Parking permits cannot be issued for a truck, a bus or for an unregistered vehicle. The Council cannot issue a resident parking permit to a non-resident, even if they are a ratepayer of the City of Randwick or if they run a business in the City.
3. Parking permits cannot be issued for a truck, a bus or for an unregistered vehicle. The Council cannot issue a resident parking permit to a non-resident, even if they are a ratepayer of the City of Randwick or if they run a business in the City.
How many parking permits can I have?
What if my car does not fit into my car space?
What if I bring a business vehicle home?
How much does a resident parking permit cost?
Currently, resident parking permits cost $48.50 each per year for the first, and the second permit costs $125. There are some fee exemptions for pensioners. Parking permits will have an expiry date of 12 months for tenants, and an option of 24 months for owner occupiers from the date of issue.
The cost of permits is determined annually by the Council as part of the review of its fees and charges. Current costs are posted on the Council’s web site or can be obtained by calling the Council on 1300 722 542 during office hours.
Why is there a fee for a resident parking permit?
What happens if I buy a new car?
What about visitors?
Will owning a parking permit guarantee me a space outside my home?
Will the scheme make it easier to park at night?
Under the scheme would Council restrict my entire street or only part of my street?
Why is there a No Stopping sign at the end of the street?