Disabled persons parking permits
A Disabled Persons' Parking Scheme currently operates in Victoria. VicRoads has more information on the Scheme.
Who can apply for a permit
The VicRoads assessment criteria is used by Council to determine if you can apply for a permit and which category of permit you are eligible for.
A Disabled Persons Parking permit can only be used by the permit holder in the vehicle that they are travelling in.
There are 2 types of permits with different parking concessions based on a person's need for assistance. Council determines which category of permit you are eligible for based on the VicRoads assessment criteria.
Blue parking permit
A blue parking permit is a category one permit. This permit allows the holder to park in a designated disabled car parking space. These spaces often have time restrictions on them, for example 2P (2 hour parking). The time restrictions must be adhered to. This permit does not exempt you from the restrictions.
In addition, category one permit holder is entitled to park for twice as long in a timed car parking space (non disabled parking bay). For example, the permit holder is entitled to park for two hours in a one hour car parking space.
The permit holder is also exempt from paying for parking in a timed parking area, but only within the Moreland City Council area. Disabled parking permit conditions vary from Council to Council and you may not be eligible in other areas.
Green parking permit
A green permit is a category two permit. The permit holder is entitled to park for double the time period in a timed car parking space.
Category two permit holders still have to buy a ticket or put money in the meter in a timed parking area. For example, if the area specifies 1 hour parking, you are required to purchase a ticket covering the first hour and then you will be entitled to an additional hour.
This permit does not allow the holder to park in a designated disabled car parking space.
Where to display a parking permit
Permits must be clearly displayed so the permit number and expiry date are visible from the exterior of the vehicle.
There is no fee for a Disabled Persons Parking permit.
How to apply for a Disabled Persons Parking permit
- Download and complete Part A of the Disabled Persons Parking permit application form (DOC 68Kb).
- Ask your doctor to complete and sign Part B of the form
- Bring your form to a Council Customer Service Centre or mail to Moreland City Council, Locked Bag 10, Moreland 3058
Organisations that transport people with disability should complete and submit the Disabled Persons Parking for Organisations application form (DOC 52Kb).
What happens after you apply
If you are eligible to receive a permit it will be issued and posted to you within 10 working days.
Permit expiry and renewal
Displaying an expired permit may result in an infringements being issued. To avoid an infringement, it is important that you display a current permit. A letter will be sent to permit holders prior to the expiry of the existing permit.
Lost or stolen permit
If a permit is lost or stolen, a statutory declaration must be signed and submitted to Council. Once the statutory declaration is received, another permit will be issued.
Interstate or international permits
Victorian disability parking permits are recognised in all Australian states and territories.
If you have an overseas disability parking permit you can arrange a temporary permit for Victoria through VicRoads.
Parking spaces for people with a disability
There are over 100 parking spaces in Moreland for people with a Disabled Persons Parking permit.
- One space on Amess Street, east side, between Brunswick Road and Capital City Trail
- One space on Barkly Street, north side, west of Sydney Road
- One space on Dawson Street, north side, east of the railway line
Intersecting streets are Dawson Street and Saxton Street
- Two spaces on David Street, east side, north of Glenlyon Road
- One space on Albert Street, east side of Sydney Road
- One space on Ballaratt Street, south side, between Sydney Road and Upfield Railway
- One space on Sydney Road, east side, north of Stewart Street
- One space on Blyth Street, north side, east of Sydney Road
- One space on Blyth Street, south side, between Staley Street and Burchett Street
- One space on Tinning Street, south side, near Garnett Street
- One space on Ashmore Street
- One space on Frederick Street
- One space on Southerland Road
- One space on Cassels Road
- One space on Miller Street, south side, between John Street and Miller Street
- One space on Barkly Street, north side, near Glew Street
- One space on John Street, west side, between Glenlyon Road and Albert Street
- Two spaces on Lygon Street, west side, north of Evans Street
- One space on Evans Street, south side, west of Lygon Street
- Two spaces on Evans Street, north side, west of Lygon Street
- One space on Hickford Street, south side, east of Lygon Street
- One space on Glenlyon Road, south side, west of Nicholson Street
- One space on Glenlyon Road, north side, west of Nicholson Street
- One space on Aintree Street
- One space on Victoria Street, north side, between Melville Road and Napperby Street
- One space on Moreland Road, south side, west of Sydney Road
Intersecting streets are Davies Street and Sydney Road
- Two spaces on Moreland Road, east of Glencairn Avenue, opposite John Fawkner Hospital
- One space outside Moreland Primary School, east side of DeCarle Street near Moreland Road
- One space on Bellevue Street
- Four spaces in Kangan Batman TAFE car park, corner DeCarle Street and The Avenue
- Three spaces in the Coles carpark, east of Waterfield Street, north of Victoria Street
- Eight spaces in the Safeway carpark, south of Bell Street, west of Waterfield Street
- Eight spaces in the Russell Street carpark
Intersecting streets are Russel Street and Bell Street
- One space on Melville Road, west side, south of Bell Street
- Intersecting streets are Melville Road and Brearley Parade
- One space at Coburg Olympic Pool, Murray Road
- Four spaces at the Coburg Basketball Stadium, 25 Outlook Road
- Two spaces in the Jukes Road carpark, just east of the Bonwick Street shops
- Two spaces in Bonwick Street, west side, south of Jukes Road
- One space near the Fawkner Leisure Centre, off Jukes Road
- One space near Moomba Park Primary School, south side of Anderson Street
- Two spaces in the Belair Avenue carpark, at the back of Pascoe Vale Road shops
- Two spaces in the Glenroy Library carpark, at the back of Pascoe Vale Road
- Four spaces at Dowd Place, west side, north of Post Office Place.
Intersecting streets are Dowd Street and Glenroy Road
- One space on Wheatsheaf Road, south side, between Glenroy Road and Blucher Streets
- Two spaces in the IGA carpark
Intersecting streets are Blucher Street and Waterloo Road
- Two spaces at West Street, east side, north of Middle Street
- Two spaces on Snell Grove, near Waterloo Street
- Three spaces at Pascoe Vale RSL, 40 Cumberland Road
- Two spaces at Gladstone Parade carpark, at the back of the Pascoe Vale Road shops
- Three spaces at the Oak Park Aquatic Centre, corner of Main Street and Pascoe Vale Road
Pascoe Vale South
- One space on Louisville Avenue
We have developed a number of mobility maps, which are designed to assist people with disability to access the community. The maps feature important information like the locations of accessible toilets and parking. Visit Mobile Moreland to download a mobility map.