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Parking Permits

The Council issues two types of parking permits - a resident's permit and a visitor's permit.

Steet parking cars on roadParking permits are issued for a period of 12 months (ie. 1 July - 30 June each year).

Permits which are issued at any point of time within the given 12 month cycle, will apply until the end of the cycle.

Please note: Parking permits are not issued to business owners/operators and employees of local businesses.

Check your eligibility

Residential permit eligibility checklist

To be eligible to receive a Resident Permit, the applicant must:

  • be a resident of the City of Norwood Payneham & St Peters and if renting, must produce evidence of residency such as a lease, sub-lease or letter from the owner of the property
  • have insufficient off-street parking on the premises or, is unable to physically accommodate the number of vehicles which are garaged/parked on the property
  • reside in a property alongside where parking controls indicates resident only and/or time-limit parking
  • have an applicable vehicle(s) which is not a truck, trailer, caravan, boat, bus, motorcycle or scooter
  • produce evidence of ownership of all vehicle(s) garaged at the property such as a registration or insurance certificate. In the case of a company/loaned vehicle, confirmation from the company/registered owner in writing will be required as evidence.

Visitor permit eligibility checklist

To be eligible to receive a Visitor Permit, an applicant must:

  • be a resident of the City of Norwood Payneham & St Peters and if renting, must produce evidence of residency such as a lease, sub-lease or letter from the owner of the property
  • have insufficient off-street parking to accommodate visitors’ vehicles on the premises
  • reside in a property alongside where parking controls indicates resident only and/or time-limit parking
  • if applicable, produce evidence of ownership of all vehicle(s) garaged at the property such as a registration or insurance certificate. In the case of a company/loaned vehicle, confirmation from the company/registered owner in writing will be required as evidence.

For more information on eligibility, download: On-Street Parking Policy

Permit fees

Resident only permit zone (as indicated by parking control signage)

Permit  Fee

Resident - first permit

$25

Resident - second permit

$50

Visitors - first permit

$25

Visitors - second permit

$50

Pensioners and full-time students

50% rebate

Replacement permit

$10 (set fee)

Each fee applied per annum.

Time limited zone (as indicated by parking control signage)

Permit  Fee
 Resident - first permit  Free
 Resident - second permit  $25
 Visitors - first permit  Free
 Visitors - second permit  $25
 Pensioners and full-time students  50% rebate
 Replacement permit  $10 (set fee)

Each fee applied per annum.


Apply for a parking permit

To apply for a permit, download and complete:

Application for On-Street Parking Permit

Please note: This is a Fillable PDF form and can be completed electronically or in hard copy. 

 Contact

Citizen Services Team