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Parking Control Bylaw 2014

The Parking Control Bylaw governs parking activities to ensure that acceptable standards of safety and convenience are maintained for the wellbeing and enjoyment of Napier residents. We know parking is an issue with broad interest and this bylaw seeks to balance the desire for people to park close to their destination with the need to facilitate economic development through the efficient movement of people through our CBD and commercial areas.

The Parking Control Bylaw covers the following aspects:

  • Prohibited and time restricted parking areas
  • Parking meters and leased car parks
  • Broken-down vehicles
  • Service lanes and loading zones
  • Parking fines (as prescribed by the Land Transport Act 1998)

You can download the full Parking Control Bylaw with our 2021 proposed changes here.

If you would like to make a submission on the Parking Control Bylaw 2014 please complete the form below.
Closing date for submissions is 12 noon, 10 December 2021.

Parking Control Bylaw 2014 Submission Form

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