Apply for a support worker parking permit

Available for use across the City of Sydney, Randwick and Inner West Council areas.

Valid for 1 year from the date of issue

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What you need to do

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Before you start

What you need to know

  • Parking permits are available for accredited workers who provide in-home support services to local residents.
  • The support worker’s vehicle is exempt from certain parking restrictions when the permit is displayed while the support worker is doing home visits.
  • Permits are not issued for permanent/overnight parking of service provider vehicles.
  • The permit exempts support workers from signposted time limits and fees in the City of Sydney, Randwick and Inner West council areas.
  • The permit does not allow you to park your vehicle in clearway, no stopping, no parking, bus, loading, work, truck or disabled parking zones.
  • Accredited support worker organisations must apply on behalf of support worker staff.

Who can apply?

Service providers must apply for permits on behalf of support workers. Check you have all of the supporting documents below before applying. To apply for a new permit, you will need:

  • current vehicle registration papers. If the vehicle is in a private name, the service provider must supply a letter explaining that the permit will be used for providing in-home support only.

After you finish

  • Once your completed form and payment are received your application will be processed and any permit(s) for which you are eligible will be posted to you within 10 working days.
  • There is no limit to the number of support worker parking permits that may be issued to service providers that employ support workers.
  • Individuals that operate as a service provider will be issued with 1 permit. 
  • If the permit is no longer in use by the service provider or is not expected to be used for a period of 3 months or more, the permit should be returned to the City of Sydney.