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Your council is committed to making sure you have excellent parking facilities within the district. Parking restrictions are imposed to ensure that people use car parks fairly. This ensures that whether you're shopping, operating a business or have specialised or mobility related parking needs, there is a car park available for you when you need it.

Parking infringements

If the parking enforcement officer believes you have illegally parked your vehicle and violated one of the local parking bylaws or your vehicle does not meet the legal requirements for vehicles to be on the road as defined in the Transport Act and Traffic Regulations, you will be issued with an infringement notice by the on duty enforcement officer.

Payments

There are several ways to pay your parking fine including online, internet banking, and EFTPOS. If you are paying with internet banking please use the notice number of your ticket as the reference number. This will ensure your payment is able to be tracked.

Pay online

Other payment options

For confirmation that your payment has been received and the infringement has been processed email parking@waidc.govt.nz. For information on parking fines, see our fees and charges.

Request waiver of a parking fine

If you believe that you are being unfairly charged for a parking fine, you may request that Council waive it within 28 days of receiving the fine.

Request waiver

Unpaid tickets 

You have 28 days to pay your fine. After this time, a reminder letter will be sent to the vehicle’s owner and if the fine remains unpaid after a further 28 days, it will be passed to the Court for collection. The Court will then add additional charges associated with its handling costs.

Mobility parking

Mobility (disabled) parking spaces are available in Huntly, Raglan and Ngaruawahia.

Mobility parking spaces (outlined in yellow and displaying the wheelchair symbol) are provided for use by people with mobility-related impairments. 

These parking spaces may only be used by holders of Current Operation Mobility permits. If there is no permit displayed or the permit is invalid, an infringement notice will be issued.

The Mobility Parking Permit Scheme is an officially recognised concession-parking scheme owned and administered by CCS Disability Action with the co-operation of local GPs and all city and district councils.

Locate a mobility park

Huntly – Main Street and Station Place.  (View Google street map)

Raglan – Bow Street and Wainui Road.  (View Google street map)

Ngaruawahia – Town Centre, Galileo Street. (View Google street map)

Freedom Camping

Please be aware that if you are freedom camping, there are some things you need to know.

Find out more about Freedom Camping

Previous projects that benefited from CCS funding

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