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Parking Permits

 

Customers can apply for Residential, Visitor, Senior and The Canopy Business Parking Permits online.  

Find out more about each permit under the relevant heading below.

 Residential Parking Permits


Residential Parking Permits are available to residents who live on a street where a Residential & Visitor Parking Scheme exists.

The Council has a Zone system for Resident and Visitor parking permit holders. Permit holders may only use their permits on any street within their zone where the signage states 'Permit Holders Excepted Zone (number)', for longer than the hourly restrictions on the sign. See Parking Scheme Map.

The Conditions of the Residential and Visitor Parking Permit Scheme, such as eligibility criteria and required supporting documents, are provided in the Parking Per​mits Procedure document.

NEW Resident Parking Permit Applications

Residents can apply for a new Resident Parking Permit online.

Alternatively a Resident Parking Permit Application form and supporting documents can be emailed​ to Council.

EXISTING Resident Parking Permit Holders

If there are no changes to the parking arrangements at your property within the last 12 months, residents can apply for a Residential Parking Permit online and select Renewal. 

Alternatively a Resident Parking Permit Application RENEWAL form and supporting documents can be emailed​ to Council. 

If there have been changes to the parking arrangements, such as a change of vehicle, residents are required to complete a new Resident Parking Permit Application. 


 

​ Visitor Parking Permits


Visitor Parking Permits are available to residents who live on a street where a Residential & Visitor Parking Scheme exists.

The Council has a Zone system for Resident and Visitor parking permit holders. Permit holders may only use their permits on any street within their zone where the signage states 'Permit Holders Excepted Zone (number)', for longer than the hourly restrictions on the sign. See Parking Scheme Map.

The Conditions of the Residential and Visitor Parking Permit Scheme, such as eligibility criteria and required supporting documents, are provided in the Parking Permits Procedure document.

 There are 3 types of Visitor Parking Permits:

  • Booklet of 10 daily permits
  • Quarterly Permit (valid 3 months from the date of issue)
  • Annual Permit (valid 12 months from the date of issue)

Residents can apply for a Visitor Parking Permit online.

​Alternatively residents can email​ a completed Visitor Parking Permit Application form with a copy of their drivers licence to Council.

 


 

 Seniors Parking Permits


Seniors Parking Permits are valid ONLY in designated 'Seniors Parking' car spaces within Lane Cove Council car parks. These permits are not valid for parking in 'Disabled' car spaces.

To be eligible for a free two year Seniors Permit, residents must be;

  • A Lane Cove resident;
  • Over 67 years of age; and
  • Hold a current drivers licence.

The Conditions of the Seniors Parking​​ Permit Scheme are provided in the Parking Permits Procedure document.

Residents can apply for a Seniors Parking Permit online.

Alternatively residents can email​ a completed ​Seniors Parking Permit Application form and a copy of their drivers licence to Council.


 


 

​ The Canopy Business Parking Permits

Council has introduced a yearly Business Parking Permit scheme for The Canopy car park, which will commence on Wednesday 10 June 2020. ​

This scheme allows unlimited and unrestricted use of level P4 of The Canopy car park seven days-a-week at a cost of $1800 per annum per permit. The scheme allows for up to 50 business parkers.
 
To be eligible for a Business Parking Permit, the Applicant must operate a business permanently located in the Lane Cove town centre or is a staff member of that business. Please refer to the shaded areas in the Business Parking Centre map to check whether your business is eligible.

For further information on the Conditions of the Business Parking Permit Scheme, please refer to the Parking Permits Procedure document​.

Businesses can apply for a permit online​.

 


 Disabled Parking Permits


For a Disabled Parking Permit, please contact Roads and Maritime Services.


 


 



 

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