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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 and visitor parking permit eligibility criteria

To be eligible for a residential or visitor parking permit, you must:

  1. be a resident of the City of Norwood Payneham & St Peters. If you are not the owner of the property, evidence is required in the form of a lease, sub-lease, or letter from the owner of the property
  2. not reside in a multi-dwelling development built after 1 November 2021 (i.e. with 3 or more dwellings, including single or multi-story developments) that is provided with off-street parking facilities
  3. not have provision for off-street parking, and the number of vehicles garaged at the property cannot be accommodated off-street. Consideration will not be given if the garage on the property is being utilised as storage
  4. have an applicable vehicle(s) which is not a truck, trailer, caravan, boat, bus, motorcycle, or scooter
  5. reside in a property adjacent to a time limit or residential permit zone on either side of the street.
  6. produce evidence of ownership of the applicable vehicle(s) garaged at the property. If you utilise a company vehicle, confirmation in writing from the company will be required.

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

Permit fees

Visitor parking permits

In March 2024, the Council wrote to all Residential and Visitor Permit holders advising of upcoming changes about Residential Visitor Parking Permits in time restricted parking areas and Resident Only Parking Zones. The Council has received feedback from some citizens raising concerns about the proposed change to visitor permit booklets and, as a result, the proposed changes have been placed on hold to allow the Council to consider options for more options.

In late May 2024, the Council will be consulting on a range of changes to the existing On-street Parking Policy as part of a periodic review of the Policy. As part of this review, citizens will also be welcome to make submissions on the proposed changes.

In the meantime, the process for issuing residential visitor permits for the 2024 - 2025 financial year will remain unchanged.

If you require any further information, please contact Manage of Strategic Communications & Advocacy on 83664528.

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

Permit  Fee

Resident - first permit


Resident - second permit


Visitors - first permit


Visitors - second permit


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:

Apply for a Permit

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