Auckland Transport

Apply for a Parking Permit

Parking permits are required for some on-street residential and concession parking areas. They are also required for certain types of work or events, such as essential services or filming. If you would like to know more about the types of Parking Permit available, please click here.

If you would like to apply online for a Permit the process will take approximately 5 minutes to complete. Please choose your Permit Type from the list below to proceed.

Payment options

Cash payments are not accepted by post or in person.

Online: Account2Account or credit card

Once your permit application is approved, online payment can be made by credit card or account to account. An email will be sent to you with a link to our secure online payment site.

*Account2Account is currently only available for customers of these banks: ANZ, ASB, BNZ, KiwiBank, TSB, Westpac.

In person

Once your permit application is approved, you can pay in person at Britomart customer service centre, ground floor Britomart train station (on the Galway Street side of the building), 8-10 Queen St, Auckland CBD between the hours of 9am-5pm Monday to Friday.

Payment methods accepted in person are:

  • Personal cheques – made out to Auckland Transport. On the reverse, include the permit number and invoice number, which you will receive in an email confirming that your permit has been approved.
  • EFTPOS
  • Credit card (Visa, Mastercard)
  • Debit card

By cheque

If you are paying by cheque, you can send a cheque made out to Auckland Transport along with the reference number from your online application and send it to: Parking Permits, Auckland Transport, Private Bag 92250, Victoria Street West, Auckland 1142.

Proof of Residency

During the application process you may be asked to include Proof of Residency that clearly shows your name and full address (dated within the last two months). Acceptable forms of Proof of Residency include:

  • Generated Bill;
  • Recent Tenancy Agreement
Please note, Rates and Water statements are considered proof of ownership and not residency and therefore are not valid for the purposes of your Permit application.