If you have any queries regarding Residential Parking Permits, please contact the City’s Parking Services Unit on (08) 9461 3800 between 8.30am and 4pm, Monday to Friday or by email to firstname.lastname@example.org
Click below to lodge an online application for a Residential Parking Permit.
You may also be interested in viewing CP22.6 Resident On-Street Parking Policy in the City of Perth Policy Manual.
You can submit your application by:
Att: City of Perth Parking Services Unit
If you are a concession card holder, please refer to the permit applications form regarding fee concession details.
A residential parking permit costs:
• $52.50 for 3 - 6 months - one per property
• $105.00 for 7 - 12 months - one per property
• $25 for replacement of lost permits (concessions do not apply) (incl. G.S.T.) and payment should be included with the application.
Pensioners and seniors are exempt from the application fee provided they are a current holder of either a pensioners or senior’s concession card, issued by Centrelink or Department of Veteran’s Affairs or a State concession card issued by the Department of Family and Children Services. Health Care Cards are not accepted. Please ensure you include supporting evidence when applying
Please make note of the below Residential Parking Permit Application conditions.
1. No concessions are provided without a current valid permit being clearly displayed in the vehicle..
2. A Residential Parking Permit cannot be issued to businesses.
3. The permit can only be used within the respective precinct and the vehicle must be parked in a valid parking bay designated for permit parking.
4. A permit cannot be used in the following areas:
• Within another Precinct
• No Stopping or No Parking
• Laneways, Footpaths, Driveways or Verges
• Alfresco Dining
• Bus, Taxi, Loading or Work Zones
• Parking restrictions less than 1 hour
• Acrod bays
• Motor cycle bays
5. A Permit does not guarantee a parking space in the ‘precinct’ specified.
6. Infringement notices will be issued to vehicles which fail to display a valid permit or display an invalid or expired permit.
7. A Permit will be revoked if misused, copied or sold to a third party.
8. Permits can only be used by residents or persons visiting your property. They cannot be used by persons undertaking business activities in the City.