Visitor Parking Permits

Visitor parking permits are available for purchase throughout Willoughby City Council for eligible Resident Parking Scheme areas. These permits can be given to a visitor to display on their car, to avoid time limits and parking restrictions.

How many visitor permits will I get?

The annual allocation of visitor permits per eligible household is 30 permits. Permits can be purchased in a set of 10 permits. They are not refundable.  

Proof of Residency

Application for permits must be accompanied by proof of residential status, such as, current identification registered to your residential address (from the following):

  • Driver's Licence
  • Registration on Electoral Roll
  • Utility bill (ie electricity/gas statement)
  • Bank statement
  • Residential lease agreement
  • Home contents insurance
  • Rates notice
  • Other official government correspondence  

Conditions of the Visitor Permit

It is an offence not to comply with the conditions listed below:

  • A permit can only be used once, and for one day only;
  • A permit is valid only if one date has been scratched off (ie. the day of use);
  • A permit is valid only in the Parking Area written on the front;
  • A permit is valid only where parking is signposted. “Authorised Residents Vehicles Excepted” or “Permit Holders Excepted”;
  • A permit is valid only if it is clearly visible to Council ranger and officer;
  • A permit must be displayed on the left-hand side of the vehicle’s front windscreen;
  • A permit is not valid for use on a trailer or caravan; and
  • Misuse of this permit is an offence.

How to apply

Eligible residents can apply for visitor parking permits at Council’s Customer Service Centre.