Mornington Peninsula Shire is aiming to introduce a Visitor Paid Parking Pilot this summer at three locations, with some refinements to the original Pilot rules following consultation with community and stakeholders.
After extensive stakeholder engagement with the community and businesses at the three nominated locations, specific aspects of our Visitor Paid Parking Pilot have been reviewed and updated.
Influenced by community feedback and local knowledge, the following parking rules will be included in the pilot:
The proposed parking rules can be amended during the Pilot if required. Following the initial Pilot, Council will consider all feedback received and data collected. A successful review of the Pilot could see further expansion of the system to other foreshore areas on the Peninsula.
Residents are exempt from paying but are required to follow any parking time limits that apply. All residents will be able to apply for up to five foreshore parking permits per household, which will enable free parking.
We welcome our community’s thoughts on the Visitor Paid Parking Pilot. To share your feedback, go to our website or pick up a hard copy form from one of our Customer Support Centres. Community members can share feedback for the duration of the Pilot.
For more information about the Visitor Paid Parking Pilot, to stay updated or to share feedback visit our website below.