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Subordinate Local Law Amendment - Regulated Parking 2017

Consultation has concluded.

The City of Gold Coast (City) is responsible for providing quality transport related social and economic outcomes by regulating parking on roads and off‑street regulated parking areas throughout the Gold Coast and through the provision of a parking permit scheme.

The following subordinate local law amendments have recently been proposed to:

  • include or amend the Parking Permit Scheme for event traffic areas
  • amend existing traffic area boundaries
  • create new traffic areas
  • include additional off-street regulated parking areas in Schedule 2 – Part 1

For further information on the subordinate local law amendments, review the following documents:

To have your say about the proposed amendment:

  1. Scanned and emailed to gchaveyoursay@goldcoast.qld.gov.au,
  2. Posted to Chief Executive Officer, City of Gold Coast, PO Box 5042 QLD 9729
  3. Delivered in person to a Customer Service Counter at:

Hard copies of submission forms and associated documents are also available at City of Gold Coast Customer Service Centres at the above locations.

Community engagement runs from Thursday 3 August to Wednesday 23 August 2017.

We look forward to receiving your comments and feedback.

The City of Gold Coast (City) is responsible for providing quality transport related social and economic outcomes by regulating parking on roads and off‑street regulated parking areas throughout the Gold Coast and through the provision of a parking permit scheme.

The following subordinate local law amendments have recently been proposed to:

  • include or amend the Parking Permit Scheme for event traffic areas
  • amend existing traffic area boundaries
  • create new traffic areas
  • include additional off-street regulated parking areas in Schedule 2 – Part 1

For further information on the subordinate local law amendments, review the following documents:

To have your say about the proposed amendment:

  1. Scanned and emailed to gchaveyoursay@goldcoast.qld.gov.au,
  2. Posted to Chief Executive Officer, City of Gold Coast, PO Box 5042 QLD 9729
  3. Delivered in person to a Customer Service Counter at:

Hard copies of submission forms and associated documents are also available at City of Gold Coast Customer Service Centres at the above locations.

Community engagement runs from Thursday 3 August to Wednesday 23 August 2017.

We look forward to receiving your comments and feedback.