Council Parking Inspectors are on duty during normal working hours and at selected times and locations outside of normal working hours to enforce parking controls.
You can report illegal parking online, contact us during office hours on 8256 0333, or send an email to email@example.com.
It is easier for Council to follow up illegally parked vehicles if you provide the car registration, make and colour.
Council follows up illegally parked cars during business hours.
Tickets or fines are officially called expiation notices. Expiation fees are set by the State Government and apply to all councils.
Expiation notices can be sent to you in the mail, handed to you or secured under your vehicle windscreen wiper blade.
If you have received a parking infringement, you will have 28 days to make full payment to Council. You can do this:
If payment isn’t received by the due date on your notice, a reminder will be sent with a new due date upon which additional fees apply.
To learn more about our flexibility with parking fines, or how to make a dispute, please read our FAQs.
For information on disabled parking permits, refer to www.sa.gov.au/disability parking permits.
Council does not issue disabled persons parking permits.
Council actively monitors school parking areas to enforce parking zones and restrictions to ensure the safety of children and to maintain effective traffic flow during the busy drop off and pick up periods.
Parking appropriately when dropping off and collecting your children at school, ensures there is no danger to the children and helps to avoid traffic congestion around schools.
This may be because a vehicle parking on your property that weighs more than 3000 kilograms is considered development. This is because it is not considered to be ancillary to domestic use.
If you wish to park your vehicle of over 3000 kilograms on your property, you must lodge a development application to Council. For more information, please contact the Council on 8256 0333 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.