In response to COVID-19, Council offices and some facilities are closed until further notice. For COVID-19 support, please call Customer Service on 9688 0200.For the latest COVID-19 information please visit www.coronavirus.vic.gov.au.
Find out more on our COVID-19 Community Information page
The number and type of parking permits you can apply for depends on where you live. Permits are available for residents, visitors, tradespeople and people with disability.
If you receive an infringement notice, you need to pay by the due date on the notice to avoid extra costs. You have a right to appeal.
If you come across a parking meter or ticket machine that is not working properly, please report it to us immediately. This would be a valid reason for us to cancel a parking infringement notice.
Council is committed to improving safety on our roads and access to parking for all community members. You can avoid parking fines by understanding and following basic parking rules.
Endorsed Parking Management Policy at Council Meeting 21 November 2017
When you report antisocial (hoon) driver behaviour, it helps Victoria Police target repeat offenders and focus on specific locations in our Municipality.
We are committed to keeping our older drivers safe on the roads. Book an information session for your group, or take part in a Senior Drivers Road Safety Expo.
Find out about active and sustainable transport options.
If you have received a parking infringement you can view the details and photos of your vehicle online. This can help you choose what action to take to resolve your infringement.
Read more about Council's Road Safety campaign, delivered in partnership with VicRoads through the VicRoads Community Road Safety Grant.
Just three decades ago, 70% of children walked or rode to school – now only 30% do. Let’s look at some of misconceptions about walking to school.
We acknowledge the Australian Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples of this nation. We acknowledge the people of the Kulin nation as traditional custodians of the lands on which Maribyrnong City Council is located and where we conduct our business. We pay our respects to ancestors and Elders, past and present. We are committed to honouring Australian Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples’ unique cultural and spiritual relationships to the land, waters and seas and their rich contribution to society.
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