Apply for or renew parking permits
You can renew or apply for a resident parking permit:
Payment for your parking permit is required at the time of application. Find out about parking permit fees.
To ensure Council can process your application as quickly as possible, have the correct supporting documentation (copies are sufficient) to submit with your application before you apply. The documentation must be in your name and address, as on your application.
To confirm residency details:
- if you are the owner:
- current rates notice, or
- contract of sale (new owners only)
- if you are the tenant:
- the first two pages of your tenancy agreement (minimum six months remaining on lease)
- if your name is not on the tenancy agreement:
- the first two pages of your tenancy agreement (minimum six months remaining on lease), and
- statement from head tenant verifying that you reside at the stated address, and
- current utility bill (gas/water/electricity/telephone) or driver’s licence – showing your name and address
- If you don't have a formal tenancy agreement:
- a letter from the property owner verifying that you live at the application address, including the length of your tenancy (miniumum six months remaining on lease), and
- current utility bill (gas/water/electricity/telephone) or driver’s licence – showing your name and address.
To confirm vehicle details:
- for resident permit:
- current vehicle registration certificate, transfer document or renewal notice showing the vehicle is registered in your name at the application address, or
- for a company vehicle:
- a letter on company letterhead to state that it is a company vehicle. Include the vehicle registration details, stating that you use the vehicle and that it is parked at your address.
You may be required to provide additional proof of residency or vehicle details. This could include a Queensland drivers licence or adult proof of age card.
Residents can renew or apply for a parking permit online through a self-managed digital portal. Once you have created an account, you can instantly apply for permits, easily update your details and make payments.
Using the online self-managed portal is the quickest way to apply for a permit. This method offers instant activation upon application, provided the correct documentation is submitted.
You may nominate up to three streets to appear on your permit. This may include your residential street and two others in close proximity to your street. Your permit will only be valid for use in the streets approved for your permit, in accordance with other parking permit conditions. If you apply for more than one permit, you will need to select the same streets for all of your permits.
To renew or apply for a parking permit via email or mail, you will need to download the Regulated Parking Permit application form.
Send the completed application form and all supporting documentation to the parking permit team. Alternatively, mail your completed application form and copies of all supporting documentation to:
Brisbane Parking Permits
PO Box 7907
Brisbane Qld 4001
Council cannot send documents back to you, so we recommend you provide copies of documentation for your application when applying via mail.
To complete your application or renewal over the phone, contact the parking permit contact centre on 1300 322 377:
- 7am-7pm, Monday to Friday
- 9am-5pm Saturday.
If you apply over the phone, you will still need to email or mail supporting documentation for Council to assess and approve you application.
Council cannot send documents back to you, so we recommend you provide copies of documentation for your application.
For assistance submitting your permit application or renewal, visit a Council Regional Business Centre. Bring all supporting documentation, application form and payment for a Council team member to assist you. Staff will assist you in emailing or mailing your application to the assessment team.
Find your closest Council Regional Business Centre. Alternatively, phone Council on 07 3403 8888 for more information.
Council takes steps to protect the privacy of individuals as required by the Information Privacy Act 2009 and the information privacy principles contained in the Act. Council may pass your relevant details on to its contracted service provider to manage the permit issuing processes on our behalf.