A resident parking permit allows you to park one nominated vehicle in any street within the designated area of your address.
You can add a foreshore permit to your resident permit for an additional cost. You can then park the nominated vehicle for free along the foreshore and in council car parks near the beach. You must follow the parking time limits wherever you park.
|Park in your designated area with no time limits
|Combined resident and foreshore
|Park in your designated area with no time limits and free park at the foreshore within time limits
Do you hold a Concession card?
Eligible concession card holders pay a flat fee of $25 per parking permit (this includes resident, combined, foreshore and visitor permits). To be eligible, the address details on your concession card must match the property address of your permit application and you must be the primary cardholder. More details and approved concession cards accepted can be found here Identification and Documents Required.
Check if your address is eligible
Not all properties are eligible for parking permits. If your home was built or subdivided after 1 October 2002, you may not be able to get a permit. Use our online eligibility checker before you apply.
If you are a registered user of My Port Phillip, you're nearly ready to apply online. Take a look at the identification requirements before you login.
If you're not, or feel unsure, you can visit our guide page for help.
Short stay accommodation parking
Short stay accommodation and rentals are usually rented via online providers like AirBNB, Stayz and Booking.com. Property owners can't get or keep resident or visitor permits if they do not live at the property. Parking permits cannot be used for any commercial purposes.
If you have concerns about parking related to a short stay rental property, let us know. We can investigate. Go online to make your request anytime. You can call us on 03 9209 6777 if you prefer.