Parking Permit Applications

Council offers two types of Parking Permits: Temporary Parking Permits for short-term vehicle access during works which have an impact in a specific location, and Business Parking Permits which entitles the holder to unlimited parking in a nominated car park for six or 12 months.

Application Forms for both types of permits can be downloaded below and lodged at the Council Office in Welsford Street, Shepparton.

Temporary Parking Permits

The purpose of issuing Temporary Parking Bay Reservations is to cater for short-term works which have an impact in a specific location. This may include building demolition or constructions, other forms of construction or maintenance work, promotions for specific events/businesses, etc.

Reservation of bays is not intended to provide convenient parking, but to facilitate access to a vehicle or equipment which may be used consistently, or very regularly, in the pursuit of the applicant’s business.

Business Parking Permits

A Business Parking Permit entitles the holder and nominated vehicle to park for unlimited periods in the nominated car park. Six and 12 month permits are available.

The following car parks can be nominated for a Business Parking Permit (see Application Form for maps):

  • Welsford Street Carpark
    57 Welsford Street Shepparton VIC 3630
    (Located opposite Council Offices)
  • Edward Street/Fryers Street Carpark
    103 Fryers Street, Shepparton VIC 3630
    (Located behind the credit union)
  • Edward Street Carpark
    5 Edwards Street, Shepparton VIC 3630
    (Located next to Data Parts)
  • High Street/Rowe Street Carpark
    84-90 High Street, Shepparton VIC 3630
    (Entrance behind K-Mart & Entrance beside SportsPower
  • Morrell Street Carpark
    2A Morrell Street, Mooroopna VIC 3629
    (Located behind Mooroopna Hardware)

This is not for the reservation of parking bays. Council does not guarantee that a parking bay will be available when required, and failure to clearly display a valid parking permit on the dashboard of the vehicle will result in a parking infringement notice being issued.