Auckland Transport

Resident parking permits

Resident parking permits provide a way to fairly share on-street spaces between different users, especially in areas where parking is in short supply.

If you live or operate a business in one of the streets within a residential parking zone, you can apply for a permit that gives you exemption from parking restrictions.

Residential parking areas

Anne Street, Devonport

If you live or operate a business in Anne Street, Devonport, and do not have off-street parking, you can apply for a parking permit that gives exemption from parking restrictions.

Each property is limited to 2 permits.

  • Permit cost: Free (valid for 1 year).

Find out more about Anne St parking permits and the application process.

Apply for a permit

Auckland Central (Emily Place, Federal and Parliament Streets)

If you live or operate a home-based business in Emily Place, Federal Street or Parliament Street and need to park on the street, you can apply for a permit that gives exemption from parking restrictions.

  • Permit cost: $155.00 (valid for 1 year).

Find out more about residential parking schemes and the application process.

Apply for a permit

Eden Park

Resident-only parking operates on days an event is happening at Eden Park. Only vehicles displaying a valid permit (or temporary parking permit) can park within the zone.

  • Permit cost: Free (valid for 5 years)

Streets in the zone

Altham Ave, Bellwood Ave, Burnley Tce, Cricket Ave, Ethel St, Cromwell St, Collins St, Kowhai St, Marlborough St, Onslow Rd, McDonald St, Raleigh St, Reimers Ave, Rossmay Tce, Royal Tce, Sandringham Rd (numbers 1 to 183), Shaw St, Taupata St, Tongariro St, Walters Rd, Wellgarth St, Gribblehirst Rd (numbers 50 to 91), Paice Ave (numbers 43 to 91), Parrish Rd (numbers 1 to 46), King Edward Ave (from number 71 to Paice Ave intersection), Alderly Rd, Carrick Place, Lisnoe Ave, Leamington Rd, Kamahi St, Ward Tce.

Apply for a permit

Epsom

If you live or operate a home-based business in one of the streets within the scheme and need to park on the street, you can apply for permit that gives exemption from parking restrictions (a permit only applies to the street it is issued for).

  • Permit cost: $155.00 (valid for 1 year).

Streets in the scheme:

Crescent Road, Dunkerron Avenue, Emerald Street and Gardner Road.

Find out more about residential parking schemes and the application process.

Apply for a permit

Freemans Bay

The Freemans Bay residential parking zone started on Monday 14 November. A permit or coupon is now required for parking longer than 2 hours.

Streets within the parking zone have a 2-hour time restriction (P120) between 8am to 6pm, Monday to Friday (excluding public holidays).

If you live or operate a business within the zone, you can apply for permits and coupons that give exemption from the time-restriction.

  • Permit cost: $70
  • Coupon cost: $5 (valid for 1 day). Residents within the zone can get 50 free coupons each year.

Streets within the zone:

Anglesea Street, Arthur Street, Barrie Street, Beresford Street Central, Beresford Street West, Collingwood Street, Costley Street, Elizabeth Street, England Street (excludes east kerb between College Hill and Runnell Street), Franklin Road (part), Georgina Street, Grattan Place, Gunson Street, Gwilliam Place, Hayden Street, Heke Street, Hepburn Street, Howe Street (north of Beresford St Central), Ireland Street, Margaret Street, Middle Street (south kerb), Napier Lane, Napier Street, Paget Street, Pember Reeves Street, Picton Street, Pratt Street, Renall Street, Russell Street, Runnell Street (south kerb), Ryle Street, Sheridan Lane, Smith Street, Spring Street, Tahuna Street, Wellington Street, Winn Road, Wood Street.

Apply for permit(s) and/or order coupons

Grey Lynn

If you live or operate a home-based business in one of the streets within the scheme and need to park on the street, you can apply for permit that gives exemption from parking restrictions (a permit only applies to the street it is issued for).

  • Permit cost: $155.00 (valid for 1 year).

Streets in the scheme:

Belmont Terrace, Murdoch Road, Selbourne Street, Sussex Street, Tahuna Street, Turakina Street.

Find out more about residential parking schemes and the application process.

Apply for a permit

Mt Eden

Streets within the Mt Eden residential parking zone have a 2-hour time restriction between 8am and 6pm, Monday to Friday (excluding public holidays).

If you live or operate a business within the zone, you can apply for permits and coupons that give exemption from the time-restriction.

  • Permit cost: $70 
  • Coupon cost: $5 (valid for 1 day). Residents within the zone can get 50 free coupons each year.

Streets within the zone:

Brentwood Avenue, Edenvale Crescent, Edenvale Park Road, Graysons Lane, Horopito Street, Kawaka Street, Kelly Street, Punga Street, Sylvan Avenue East, Sylvan Avenue West, Wright Spur, Wynyard Road.

Applications are currently closed for Mt Eden permits or coupons. For further enquiries, contact us.

Newmarket and Grafton

If you live or operate a home-based business in one of the streets within the scheme and need to park on the street, you can apply for permit that gives exemption from parking restrictions (a permit only applies to the street it is issued for).

  • Permit cost: $155.00 (valid for 1 year).

Streets in the scheme:

Ada Street , Belmont Terrace, Carlton Gore Road , Claremont Street, Huntly Avenue, Lauriston Avenue, Marnie Street, Maungawhau Road, Parkfield Terrace, Sarawia Street, Seafield View Road, Seccombes Road and Wootton Road.

Find out more about residential parking schemes and the application process.

Apply for a permit

Parnell

If you live or operate a home-based business in one of the streets within the scheme and need to park on the street, you can apply for permit that gives exemption from parking restrictions (a permit only applies to the street it is issued for).

  • Permit cost: $155.00 (valid for 1 year).

Streets in the scheme:

Aorere Street, Bradford Street, Brighton Road, Cracoft Street, Gibraltor Crescent, Maunsell Road, Ruskin Street, Scarborough Terrace, Windsor Street, York Street, Balfour Street, and Ngahere Terrace.

Find out more about residential parking schemes and the application process.

Apply for a permit

Ponsonby

Streets within the Ponsonby RPZ have a 2-hour time restriction between 8am and 6pm, Monday to Friday (excluding public holidays).

If you live or operate a business within the zone, you can apply for permits and coupons that give exemption from the time-restriction.

  • Permit cost: $70 
  • Coupon cost: $5 (valid for 1 day). Residents within the zone can get 50 free coupons each year.

Streets within the zone

Bayard Street, Brown Street, Clarence Street, Cowan Street, Douglas Street, Fitzroy Street, Islington Street, John Street, Kent Street, Lincoln Street, Mira Street, Norfolk Street, O'Neill Street, Pompallier Terrace (between Ardmore Road and Redmond Street), Ponsonby Terrace, Prosford Street (between Provost and Blake Streets), Provost Street, Richmond Road (between Lincoln and Sussex Streets), Scott Street, Sheehan Street, Stuart Street, Summer Street, Tole Street, Vermont Place, Vermont Street.

Apply for permit(s) and/or order coupons

St Marys Bay

Streets within the St Marys Bay residential parking zone have a 2-hour time restriction between 8am and 6pm, Monday to Friday (excluding public holidays).

If you live or operate a business within the zone, you can apply for permits and coupons that give exemption from the time-restriction.

  • Permit cost: $70 
  • Coupon cost: $5 (valid for 1 day). Residents within the zone can get 50 free coupons each year.

Streets within the zone

Cameron Street, Caroline Street, Dedwood Terrace, Dublin Street, Dunedin Street, Green Street, Harbour Street, London Street, Melford Street, New Street, Selby Square, Seymour Street, St Francis de Sales Street, St Marys Road (numbers 19, 21, 24-89), Vine Street, Waitemata Street, Yarborough Street, Hackett Street, Swift Avenue, Ring Terrace. Amiria Street and Percival Parade.

Apply for permit(s) and/or order coupons

Residential parking strategy

Managing parking on residential streets is increasingly important as Auckland grows and intensifies. Overcrowded parking particularly affects suburbs on the central city fringe, where streets are used by commuters for daily parking and some older properties lack off-street parking.

Auckland Transport (AT) plans to make greater use of parking zones within residential areas with high demand, as part of our region-wide parking strategy.

Find out more about our parking strategy policies for residential streets.