Find a mobility parking space in Hutt City.
How mobility permits work
Mobility parks are there for the people who need them the most, to help them overcome barriers to accessing our key services. We ask that you respect mobility spaces in our CBD.
Mobility parking spaces are marked by a disability symbol.
You must display a mobility permit to use mobility parking spaces. You still have to pay for parking through the parking meters or the Pay My Park app or at the meter.
How to get a mobility permit
You can use permits issued by:
You can apply for a Mobility Parking Permit through CCS Disability Action - phone 0800 227 200 and press 4 for Mobility Parking, or visit the website.
Mobility parking application form (201 KB)
The Access Aware app
The Access Aware app was developed to revolutionise the reporting and enforcement of mobility parking abuse.
It is designed to allow the reporting of mobility parking abuse in real time to enforcement officers so they can monitor the use and respond to abuse of their parks.
You can also use the app to see the locations of known mobility park locations on a map in real time to help you find a park when you need it.
Find a mobility park in Hutt City
Map of all car parks (Pdf 1.5Mb)
Mobility parking concessions
Standard parking rates apply for most mobility spaces, but there are some concessions.
|P30||May park for 1 hour|
|P60||May park for 2 hours|
|Mobility car park||May park only for the duration the sign allows|
|P2, P3, P5, P10, P15, P120, P180, P240||No concessions apply for these time limits|
|Pay and display zone parking||Pay for 1 hour, park for 2 hours|
|Pay and display zone parking where a maximum of 2 hours applies||May park for 2 hours only|
Note: If you can't find a mobility carpark, you can park in a legal parking space and still have the same concessions. Just make sure your valid mobility permit can be seen easily either on your dashboard or hanging from your rearview mirror.