The Parking Team at the Town of Victoria Park provide a range of services aimed at making our community’s lifestyle more accessible, efficient, sustainable and safe. In doing so, we aim to make visitors’ trips into and around the Town equally enjoyable. The Town’s last resort to ensure ease of parking and traffic for everybody in the Town of Victoria Park is through the issuing of infringements resulting from not observing our parking signage or laws.
Here are some tips from our Parking Team to make sure that your time at the Town is safe and enjoyable:
- Coming into the Town to meet family, friends or access one of our many attractions? Tip: Allow extra travel time to find parking safely.
- Where to park? Tip: There are many street parking in and around the Town centres. You can also get a ticket that allows free parking for 30 minutes at most parking spots. Look for and read the parking sign before you leave your vehicle. If in doubt choose another parking spot.
- How to avoid getting a parking fine? Tips: Allow yourself plenty of time to return to your vehicle before your time limit expires.
Do not obstruct any driveway.
Park within the marked bay.
Please do not park on or over a footpath as this is particularly dangerous for children and people with disabilities.
Do not park on a verge without permission from the occupier or owner.
Do not park in an ACROD bay unless you have a current and valid ACROD permit that is displayed on your dashboard.
Check the parking signage where you are, as there is a mixture of parking requirements across all areas.
Display any permits clearly.
Where can I find more parking & transport information? The Parking Team at the Town of Victoria Park
Did you know?
If you have received a parking infringement, you are able to pay or appeal the infringement easily and securely online.
Pay your infringement here
Appeal your infringement here
A parking infringement notice is issued by the Town’s parking officers when you have parked your vehicle in areas or in such a way that does not comply with our parking laws. Issuing parking infringement notice is our last resort to make sure that all areas of the Town is accessible and safe for our community and visitors.
When an infringement notice is issued by the Town’s officer it is placed on the windscreen of your vehicle. To avoid getting a parking infringement notice, please observe all parking signs and also read through relevant information on our Parking and Travel pages.
You are provided with 28 days to pay the initial notice, appeal the infringement or advise the Town that you were not the driver of the vehicle.
If you do not pay by the due date the Town will send a reminder providing another 28 days.
If the notice is still not paid you will be sent a final demand and an additional fee will be applied to the infringement. You will have 28 days to pay the final demand.
Non-payment of the final demand will result in the infringement notice being referred to the Fines Enforcement Registry.
You can find out about what happens once a matter is registered with the Fines Enforcement Registry on the Fines and Infringements page of the Department of Justice website.
To avoid any of the above situations, we encourage you to pay your infringement on time or if you require assistance, please call 9311 8115 to talk to one of us Customer Service Representatives or Parking Team Members who would be happy to assist.
The Town of Victoria Park provides 28 days from the date of issuing a parking infringement for payment of the penalty.
Payment may be made in the following manner;
- Pay online – with your credit card.
- In person – to the cashier at the administration building, 99 Shepperton Road, Victoria Park.
- Mail – (cheque or money order) made payable to the 'Town of Victoria Park' and mailed to the Chief Executive Officer, Locked Bag 437, Victoria Park WA 6979.
Yes, you can appeal an infringement notice that has been issued to yourself. However, you will need to do this before the notice is registered with the Fines Enforcement Registry.
You can now lodge an appeal easily and faster online through our online appeals form.
The appeals form will be able to quickly advise whether your infringement can be successfully appealed based on our current parking law and your situation at the time of the infringement.
Appeal your infringement here
An infringement may be reviewed if the driver can show that special circumstances contributed to receiving the infringement. Supporting evidence of exceptional circumstances may be required.
Examples of circumstances where an infringement will not be withdrawn include:
- My appointment ran overtime
- I was in a hurry and there was nowhere else to park
- I did not see the sign(s)
- The sign was confusing
- My training course went longer than expected
- The restaurant service was slow
- My phone call was too important
- My meeting with a client ran overtime
- Other people were parked there
The Town will only accept an infringement withdrawal request from the driver of the vehicle to which the infringement relates. Requests will not be accepted verbally by phone or in person; they must be in writing and posted or be emailed to the Town of Victoria Park.
Details of the infringement that need to be included in your correspondence are:
- name and address
- date of birth
- driver licence number
- infringement number
- date of notice
- vehicle registration number
- photocopies of all relevant supporting documentation
- an explanation of why you believe the infringement notice should be reviewed.
It is also advisable to retain a copy for your own records until the matter is resolved.
Your correspondence in writing should be submitted by email to firstname.lastname@example.org or by mail addressed to:
Chief Executive Officer
Town of Victoria Park
Locked Bag No. 437
Victoria Park WA 6979
Infringement notices are issued by the police, local government authorities and various other prosecuting agencies, either in person or through the post. You can get infringement tickets for such things as illegal parking, abandoned vehicles, littering or for issues relating to animals.
Once an infringement is issued and payment is not received within 28 days, a reminder notice is posted. If the infringement is not paid after the reminder notice has been sent out, a final notice is issued.
When a final demand notice is issued, additional costs are added to the infringement and another 28 days is given for payment of the infringement. If after this time (approximately three months), the infringement has not been paid, it is then referred to the Fines Enforcement Registry (FER).
Once the infringement reaches FER, the Local Government cannot receive payment. At this time, nonpayment of your infringement can result in actions such as possible suspension of your license.
See “What do I do after I receive a parking infringement?” for more information.