Residential Parking Permits

Residential Parking Permits (approved parking precincts only) 

Residential Parking Permits provide fair and efficient parking management when parking spaces are in high demand. Council has approved parking restrictions in designated areas and has identified certain residential properties that may be eligible for a Residential Parking Permit. 

All Parking Permits will expire on the 31 December each year. You will need to lodge a Service Request to obtain a new valid Permit.

Approved Residential Parking Permit Precincts

Aubin Grove Station Parking Precinct

  • Permits are issued to the Property Owner or Property Manager 
  • Only one permit is issued per property 
  • Maximum parking time allowed is 24 hours
  • Permits must be displayed at all times
  • Permits can be used by occupants or visitors to their property 
  • Permits are issued and renewed only on application.

Mewstone Crescent, North Coogee

  • Maximum parking time allowed is 24 hours
  • Permits must be displayed at all times 
  • Permits are issued when a resident can demonstrate that there are more than two (2) motor vehicles registered at the property (excludes commercial vehicles)
  • Up to a maximum of three (3) permits may be issued where there are five (5) motor vehicles registered at the property
  • Permits are issued and renewed only on application. 

How to apply for a Residential Parking Permit 

Lodge a service request to obtain a Parking Permit. Alternatively you may contact the City to have the application posted or emailed to you.

If you have any enquiries you can use the contact us online form or contact Ranger Services on 08 9411 3444 or email rangercustomerservice@cockburn.wa.gov.au

 

Contact

Address

9 Coleville Crescent,
Spearwood 6163

PO Box 1215, Bibra Lake DC,
Western Australia, 6965

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