How resident parking works
Resident parking areas allow people who live in busy streets to park near their homes. To park in a resident parking area, you need a permit.
A resident parking permit allows you to park in either resident or coupon parking spaces in your area.
A coupon parking exemption permit allows you to park in coupon parking spaces in your area – you can't park in resident parking spaces.
There is resident parking in:
- Miramar South
- Mt Victoria
- Mt Cook
- Te Aro
Resident and coupon parking spaces are clearly signposted and our parking officers monitor them to make sure they are only used by permit holders. Having a permit does not guarantee you a parking space.
Find out if you can apply
To be eligible for a resident parking or coupon parking exemption permit, the main residence you live in must be within a resident parking area.
*Note for Kelburn residents: Only Central Terrace residents can use their resident permit on Central Terrace, where a Special Street Scheme operates.
How many permits you can apply for
Eligible residents can apply for a maximum of:
- two permits per household, or
- one permit per household in a multi-unit dwelling (three or more units at one address)
Note: Miramar South residents can apply for one parking exemption permit per housing unit
Applying for a resident parking zone permit
Applying for a coupon parking exemption permit
You can phone our Contact Centre any time on 04 499 4444 or email firstname.lastname@example.org