Online Form - Parking - After-Hours - Report Illegal Parking

The information required in this form is what the Town’s officers are required to collect each time enforcement activity is being issued. This information is required in the event that the offender determines to challenge the infringement in Court. Please note that enforcement action is at the discretion of the Town and any action taken by the Town is confidential. Please complete this form within 24 hours of the alleged offence to enable owner-detail searches to be conducted through the Department of Transport.

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Where is the vehicle parked?

Location of the vehicle

What's the parking issue?

The vehicle is*

 Additional information

Parked in a "No Stopping/Parking" area

‘No Stopping’ signs mean that a vehicle must not stop at any time on a length of the road or area to which the No Stopping signs apply. Not even for a minute to quickly grab something, deliver goods or even drop off or pick up passengers. You may only stop in a No Stopping area to comply with other regulations such as traffic lights Stopping areas can be identified by either a No Stopping sign on a post or by yellow edge line markings. No Stopping areas are in place to improve traffic flow and to increase safety for other motorists and pedestrians. In a ‘No Parking Area’ you may stop your vehicle for a total of two minutes and remain in the vehicle, or within three meters of the vehicle. Remaining stopped in a No Parking Area for longer than two minutes is committing an offence and a potential fine may be issued.

Obstructing access to a driveway

A driver shall not stop a vehicle so that any portion of the vehicle is in front of a path and/or driveway crossover in a position that obstructs access by vehicles or pedestrians to or from that path.


Parked on a private verge without permission

What is a verge?
A verge is defined as the portion of land that lies between the road and property line and also includes any part of the verge designed for or intended for the use of vehicles. A verge includes the crossover (driveway) but does not include a footpath. Should there be verge parking restrictions in place, you may still receive an infringement notice for parking on the crossover.

Important: For parking on the verge without permission, we will need you to be onsite to complete the required ‘witness complaint’ form. You will also need to be prepared to attend court if the driver of the vehicle decides to contest the infringement notice.

No verge restrictions in place
To park on a verge, you will need the permission of the owner/occupier of the premises adjacent to the verge.

Note: Signage is not required to enforce this regulation. Any vehicle parked on a verge without permission is liable to be issued an infringement notice.

Single Dwelling Properties
Should a vehicle be parked on your verge without your permission and you live in a single dwelling property then the Town can take action against unauthorized verge parking on this type of property,

Strata properties, multi-dwelling properties, and/or battle-axe blocks
The owner/occupier directly adjacent to the verge, or the person authorised by that owner/occupier, may park on the verge or, a written resolution between all owner/occupiers has been established and provided to the Town to prohibit parking on the verge.

Verge restrictions in place Where verge parking signs are present, these restrictions apply to all vehicles, including residents. No exemptions. Verge parking near intersections Parking on a verge within 10 metres of an intersection is prohibited. Verge parking for more than 24 hours Parking on a verge for more than 24 hours is prohibited. This restriction applies to all vehicles including owners and occupiers.


Please describe the offence?


Tell us more about the vehicle(s)?

Vehicle registration state*
Vehicle type*

Please upload evidentiary photos

The following evidentiary photographs must be clear and of sufficient size to permit use as evidence:
  • The vehicle with registration plate (front and rear)
  • The applicable sign / yellow line (in the same image as the vehicle)
  • All four wheels to evidence no flat tyres
  • Vehicle dashboard  - to ensure no notes has been left behind advising of breakdown
  • If obstructing a driveway, a photo down the length of the driveway to show what portion of the driveway is blocked
 
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Do you have any further information to help us action your request?*

Personal details and contact information

Important: For parking on the verge without permission, we will need you to be onsite to complete the required ‘witness complaint’ form. You will also need to be prepared to attend court if the driver of the vehicle decides to contest the infringement notice.

Address
Confirmation*

Purpose of Collection: For investigation of issues reported by user Intended recipients: Officers of the Council of the Town of Victoria Park Supply: While the supply of information is voluntary, insufficient information may result in your request not being processed Access/Correction: Council officers or Government Information (Public Access) Act Requests Storage: Council‘s Records Management Systems and Archives


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