Parking across driveways

'No Parking' Signs Across a Driveway

You can apply for 'No Parking' signs to be installed either side of your driveway by completing this online form and making a secure payment online.

Providing the installation of these signs is not going to remove any on-street parking spaces, approval for the installation of these parking signs is currently made through a 2 week delegation process of the North Sydney Traffic Committee.The cost of installing the signs is to be covered by the applicant.

This application is made under Sections 138, 142 & 218 of the Roads Act (as amended) 1993.

The current cost of installing the signs will be as per Council's current Schedule of Rates.

 

Linemarking Either Side of a Driveway

You can apply for linemarking to be installed, on the carriageway, either side of your driveway by completing this online form and making a secure payment online.

Providing the installation of this linemarking is not going to remove any on-street parking spaces, approval for the installation of these lines is currently made through a 2 week delegation process of the North Sydney Traffic Committee. The cost of installing the lines is to be covered by the applicant.

  • The lines will become your asset and therefore all maintenance costs shall be borne by yourselves as the occupier.
  • Council gives no guarantee that road works, that may affect the lines, will not take place in the future. If road works do take place, the onus lies with the occupier to initiate replacement of the lines and cover any further costs involved.
  • Line markings are guides to indicate the limits of the driveway only, they are not regulatory lines. Council Rangers can only enforce vehicles parked across the driveway under NSW Road Rule 198.

 

This application is made under Sections 138, 142 & 218 of the Roads Act (as amended) 1993.

The current cost of installing the lines is as per Council's current Schedule of Rates.