The Local Government Act 1995 empowers all Local Governments to create laws relating to parking
within their District.Parking is governed by the City’s Parking and Parking Facilities Local Laws.
Parking restrictions and regulations have been put in place surrounding schools for the safety of our children and for the safety of other pedestrians in the area. If you do not abide by these regulations and restrictions you may receive penalties.
Some offences include:
For further offences refer to the City’s local parking laws.
The City of Kalamunda does not permit the parking of heavy vehicles in residential areas. Please refer to the local laws for further information and conditions relating to truck parking.
The City of Kalamunda does not tolerate footpath parking. No portion of the footpath is to be blocked by a vehicle. This can result in an on the spot infringement.
Please help us raise awareness. The City has developed footpath awareness flyers to place on car windscreens if you come across any vehicles blocking footpaths. Please downloaded Footpath Awareness Campaign Flyer If you would like some printed copies, please call the Community Development Officer - Inclusive Communities on 9257 9999.
A person shall not stop a vehicle on a verge without the approval of the owner/occupier of the premises adjacent to that verge, or is a person authorised by the occupier of those premises to stop the vehicle so that any portion of it is on the verge.
There are many bays within the City of Kalamunda that are strictly for the ACROD permit holders only. You must have a current ACROD permit on display if parking in these bays. On the spot penalties of $2,000 may apply to persons parking in any
disabled bay for any amount of time.
View the Local Government (parking for people with Disabilities) Regulations 2014
For further information or to report illegal parking please contact the City of Kalamunda’s Ranger Services on (08) 9257 9999 to assist you further.
We respectfully acknowledge the Traditional Owners, the Whadjuk Noongar People as the Custodians of this land. We also pay respect to all Aboriginal community Elders, past, present and future who have and continue to reside in the area and have been an integral part of the history of this region.