The City Centre is growing rapidly with the expansion of the commercial and education sector in the area and further development of residential properties. Paid Parking ensures parking is regulated within the City Centre to enable a fair and equitable use of parking facilities. Revenue raised from paid parking is used to fund the City's future parking needs as the City continues to grow.
The City Centre Travel and Parking Options Map provides details of parking fees and restrictions to assist drivers to plan ahead and know where to park. It is recommended that an alternative parking location should also be identified just in case the preferred area is already full on arrival.
Drivers should ensure that they carry sufficient change to pay the appropriate Parking Fees and Charges that apply in the paid parking areas of the City. The City does not apply parking fees and timed parking restrictions in the Joondalup City Centre on weekends.
Additional parking is available at the multi-storey Reid Promenade Car Park, which is perfectly positioned in the City Centre and provides undercover parking.
The City provides parking concessions for People with Disabilities which apply in both paid and unpaid parking areas throughout the City.
Some residential areas of the City Centre have Resident Parking Permit restrictions in place which requires drivers to display a Resident (or Visitor) Parking Permit, for that area, during the days and times when these restrictions apply.
Edgewater Train Station
If you are a train commuter who would normally park at Edgewater Train Station, you may have noticed that parking at this station has been substantially reduced due to construction works. The City Centre has a number of all day parking options, such as the newly built multi-storey Reid Promenade Car Park which offers a discounted early bird daily fee.
For further information please contact the City on 9400 4040.