Tradesperson visitor parking permits

Tradesperson visitor parking permits

Parking permits for visiting tradespersons

Visitor parking permits for tradespersons are now available across the City of Sydney local area for eligible residential properties.

Tradesperson visitor parking permits enable tradespersons to park on-street and avoid certain time limits and fines while carrying out maintenance and improvement work for eligible residents or property owners.    

Eligible residents or owners may obtain up to 6 x 1 week permits each year. The permit is held by the resident or owner and can be given to their tradesperson/s to display on their vehicle.  

Permits are only valid in the numbered area shown on permits and parking signs.

Eligibility for tradesperson visitor parking permits 

Not all households will be eligible for tradesperson visitor parking permits. Those excluded are:

  • A household occupying a new or converted residential flat building approved since 8 May 1996 (former South Sydney) or 1 May 2000 (former Sydney City Council).
  • A household occupying a dwelling approved with the condition that no parking permits are to be issued.
  • A household with an on-site visitor parking space, including shared visitor spaces in multi-unit dwellings.
  • A household occupying premises not approved for residential use. 

Documents required

You must provide:

  • Proof you reside in or own an eligible residential property in the City of Sydney local area.
  • Quote or contract which sets out the address of the property where the works will be carried out and the duration of the works.

Fees

The fee is $53 a week for each permit.

How to apply 

You can download, complete and send the application to us.

Last updated: Thursday, 5 July 2018