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A permit is available where the parking adjacent to your home is restricted by time limitations, for example where there is a 2 hour parking zone near your home.
A residential permit does not allow the holder of that permit to park where restrictions other than a time limit restriction applies, for example, it does not permit parking on a yellow line or in a no stopping area. Residents can apply for 1 permit per household.
Please note that holding a permit does not guarantee a parking space in the street for which it is issued.
Conditions of use apply for a Residential Parking Exemption Permit including that the permit must be displayed on the left hand side of the dashboard and the permit only applies on the street or road listed on the permit until the expiry date shown. Residential Parking Permits are not issued to heavy or long vehicles (Please refer to the Australian Road Rules Dictionary for definition of heavy and long vehicles).
Applications for Residential Parking Permits can be made as of the 1 June each year.
Please note businesses are not eligible to apply for Residential Parking Permits.
Full conditions of use are available in the application form.
All applications require evidence of occupancy at the listed residential address, such as a letter with the applicant's name and address or a copy of a drivers license.
No application fee applies for a Residential Parking Exemption Permit.
For further information, please contact:
In person: 245 Sturt Road, Sturt SA 5047
Post: PO Box 21, Oaklands Park SA 5046