Willoughby Park Proposed Parking Restrictions

Willoughby residents are encouraged to have their say before Thursday 9 September 2018 about the proposed introduction of 8P Monday to Sunday regulatory parking restrictions to eliminate long term boat trailer parking.

Local residents are also invited to attend a community drop-in session on Thursday 9 August 2018 from 6.00 pm to 8.00 pm in Pat Reilly Room, Willoughby Park Centre to discuss Council’s proposal and provide comments and suggestions. Entry is via the rear of the building overlooking Willoughby Oval.

The locations for the proposed parking restrictions are:

  • McClelland Street, south side of road only, between Warrane Road and Fourth Avenue
  • Fourth Avenue, west side of road only, between McClelland Street and Robert Street; and
  • Robert Street, north side of road, between Warrane Road and Fourth Avenue including the indented parking bay east of Warrane Road

A diagram is provided in an information sheet on the right of this screen along with other supporting documents that outline the parking restriction solution development process.

The proposal aims to eliminate long term boat trailer parking, increase parking turnover, provide more opportunities to find parking near the park, provide sufficient time for park users, increase visual amenity of the park, and reduce safety risk.

Submissions can also be made in writing to Traffic and Transport Team Leader at PO Box 57 Chatswood NSW 2057 or email to email@willoughby.nsw.gov.au

For further information please contact council on 02 9777 1000 or email email@willoughby.nsw.gov.au

Willoughby residents are encouraged to have their say before Thursday 9 September 2018 about the proposed introduction of 8P Monday to Sunday regulatory parking restrictions to eliminate long term boat trailer parking.

Local residents are also invited to attend a community drop-in session on Thursday 9 August 2018 from 6.00 pm to 8.00 pm in Pat Reilly Room, Willoughby Park Centre to discuss Council’s proposal and provide comments and suggestions. Entry is via the rear of the building overlooking Willoughby Oval.

The locations for the proposed parking restrictions are:

  • McClelland Street, south side of road only, between Warrane Road and Fourth Avenue
  • Fourth Avenue, west side of road only, between McClelland Street and Robert Street; and
  • Robert Street, north side of road, between Warrane Road and Fourth Avenue including the indented parking bay east of Warrane Road

A diagram is provided in an information sheet on the right of this screen along with other supporting documents that outline the parking restriction solution development process.

The proposal aims to eliminate long term boat trailer parking, increase parking turnover, provide more opportunities to find parking near the park, provide sufficient time for park users, increase visual amenity of the park, and reduce safety risk.

Submissions can also be made in writing to Traffic and Transport Team Leader at PO Box 57 Chatswood NSW 2057 or email to email@willoughby.nsw.gov.au

For further information please contact council on 02 9777 1000 or email email@willoughby.nsw.gov.au

  • Intercept Survey-Parking Restrictions Feedback Here

    This survey is about the proposed introduction of eight hour parking (8P) restrictions for seven days per week.

    If you live in this area, please take the time to read the FAQs and complete the survey. Your responses are important to us and will be fully considered as part of the report. 

    Only one response per household will be accepted.

    This survey is about the proposed introduction of eight hour parking (8P) restrictions for seven days per week.

    If you live in this area, please take the time to read the FAQs and complete the survey. Your responses are important to us and will be fully considered as part of the report. 

    Only one response per household will be accepted.

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  • Parking Restrictions Feedback Here

    This survey is about the proposed introduction of eight hour parking (8P) restrictions for seven days per week.

    If you live in this area, please take the time to read the FAQs and complete the survey. Your responses are important to us and will be fully considered as part of the report. 

    Only one response per household will be accepted.

    This survey is about the proposed introduction of eight hour parking (8P) restrictions for seven days per week.

    If you live in this area, please take the time to read the FAQs and complete the survey. Your responses are important to us and will be fully considered as part of the report. 

    Only one response per household will be accepted.

    Take Survey