The proposals include prioritising parking types in different parts of the city, pricing strategies and area based planning which will ensure a joint approach to addressing parking issues in each area.
Over time the policy will influence how the Council makes decisions on parking management and this may change how you can access parking in different parts of the city. So it's important everyone takes the opportunity to share their views.
Mayor Andy Foster, Councillors and council staff will be out and about in communities around the city to talk to Wellingtonians about the proposals. The schedule below is subject to Government direction on COVID-19 containment measures.
• 19 March – Waitohi Library, Moorefield Road, Johnsonville, 10am-2pm
• 21 March – Island Bay Library, The Parade, 10am-2pm
• 22 March – Tawa New World supermarket, Oxford Street, 10am-2pm
• 23 March – Placemakers, Hutt Road, Kaiwharawhara, 7am-9.30am
• 28 March – Karori Library, Karori Road, 10am-2pm
• 2 April – Kilbirnie Library, Kilbirnie Crescent, 10am-2pm
• 2 April – Wellington Regional Aquatic Centre, Kilbirnie Crescent, 2.30pm-4.30pm
• 3-4 April – Berhampore Centennial Community Centre, 493 Adelaide Road, 12pm-4pm
• 5 April – Berhampore Centennial Community Centre, 493 Adelaide Road, 10am-2pm
• 6 April – Victoria University Kelburn campus, 10am-2pm
• 7-8 April – CBD, 12 Manners Street (next to Tommy Millions), 10am-2pm
• 9 April – CBD, 12 Manners Street (next to Tommy Millions), 10am-12 noon
The consultation is open until 14 April. The questionnaire and supporting information is available on the Let’s Talk Wellington website https://www.letstalk.wellington.govt.nz/managecityparking and paper submission forms and documents are available at all local libraries.
There is also an opportunity to make an oral submission to Council in the week of 20 April. You can book a time to speak to Council by ticking the box on the submission form.