The Cronulla Residents Parking Permit Scheme allows permit holders to park in timed parking areas marked ‘Permit Holders Excepted’. These vehicles are exempt from the time limits on the parking signs.
Where can I park?
Permits are available for households in a specific part - PDF - 451 KB of Cronulla, known as Area 1.
How do I apply?
Complete the Cronulla Residents Parking Scheme Application and provide a copy of your current driver licence and vehicle registration, showing your address in Area 1. This scheme is ONLY available to residents who live in Area 1.
This form can be also downloaded as a PDF file - PDF - 172 KB.
Complete the application form and provide a copy of your current drivers licence and vehicle registration, showing your address in Area 1.
A letter on company stationery confirming:
- the applicant is an employee of the company and has sole use of the vehicle
- the vehicle is normally parked at the Area 1 address
- the vehicle registration number
- the vehicle expiry date.
A copy of the Registration of Business Name or a letter with the company seal.
- Permits will only be issued to residents within the eligible areas.
- Only 1 (one) permit will be issued per address.
- With the exception of company vehicles, permits will only be issued for vehicles registered in the name and address of the applicant.
- Permits are non-transferable and will only be valid when properly displayed in the nominated vehicle.
- Permits will only be issued to vehicles of less than 4.5 tonnes.
- Vehicles displaying permits are exempt from the time limits imposed by parking signs bearing the words “Permit Holders Excepted” AND showing the same area number to that on the permit.
- Permits do not provide exemptions from any other parking restrictions, such as No Parking, No Stopping, obstructing driveways, parking too close to the corner etc.
- The permit does not guarantee a parking space.
- To be valid, the permit must be clearly displayed in the bottom corner of the passenger’s side front window.
- A defaced, hidden, or otherwise illegible permit is invalid and must be replaced. Council may request the original permit or its remnants be returned before issuing a new permit.
- A permit is only valid until its expiry date.
- Breaches of these conditions may allow authorised council officers to revoke the permit.
- Council may vary the conditions of issue of the permits.