Parking permits

Extension for parking permit holders

Council is committed to supporting our community as we face the challenges of coronavirus.

As part of this commitment, Council is pleased to advise that parking permits due to expire between 1 April and 31 July 2020 will automatically be valid for an extra four months from the current date of expiry.

Council will directly notify all relevant permit holders of this extension. Find out more.

Brisbane City Council regulates vehicle parking in Brisbane to ensure residents have access to on-street parking across our city. There are a number of regulated parking permit scheme areas across Brisbane, including traffic areas, parking control areas and parking areas. Large signs are located on the boundary of the areas. Regulated parking permit areas use smaller parking signs in streets where parking restrictions apply.

If you live in a regulated parking permit scheme area, you may be eligible to apply for a parking permit. Find out more about the types of parking permits available in Brisbane, including resident, short-term, visitor, commercial vehicle and disability parking permits.

Find out more about parking permits

Parking permit areas

Do you live or work in a regulated parking permit area?

Types of permits

Council offers a range of parking permits to assist residents and businesses to easily access on-street parking. 

Apply or renew permits

Read more about renewing or applying for a permit and the fast activation of permits.

Digital permit system

Council has transitioned to a digital permit system. Find out more about the system and when to change your permit. 

Last updated:28 March 2020