From 1 February 2024, you need to put your lids, caps, bottle-tops and spray cans into your rubbish bag or wheelie bin, when new government recycling rules come in.
For road safety reasons we issue vehicle infringement notices when a vehicle's Warrant of Fitness or registration is not up to date. These fines are set by the Government and we do not have the ability to change the amount.
When you park in a paid parking area you have five minutes to obtain a Pay and Display receipt or pay for your parking online by mPark.
You will be given a parking ticket for any of the following:
If you wish to pay a vehicle infringement notice or a parking ticket, please follow the link below.
Pay a vehicle infringement
The fees for overstaying the parking display ticket expiry time has are charged incrementally.
If a parking ticket dispenser fails to print a display ticket, please contact us to log the fault. We will give you a reference number to quote if you should receive a parking ticket.
If you do receive a parking ticket, please write to us and include:
Council does not enter into any payment plans for infringements to be paid off over time.
Once it is with the Court, you may be able to arrange a payment plan with the Court. Court costs will be added to the fine.
You can appeal an infringement.
Infringement notices may be waived when there are compelling reasons, such as:
To dispute a vehicle infringement you will need the infringement ticket number or the registration number of the vehicle.
Dispute or enquire about a vehicle infringement
Find out about appealing a parking ticket by following the link below.
How to appeal a parking ticket
Use our online forms to report parking and vehicle issues.
Report an issue
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