IE10 and below are not supported.

Contact us for any help on browser support

College Park Precinct - Parking Review

Changes to the parking arrangements in the College Park precinct are proposed. Do you live, work or visit the area? If so, please check out the engagement page and provide your thoughts.

A review of the parking arrangements in this area have been undertaken by the City due to concerns raised by residents regarding parking on Waroonga Road and Melvista Avenue. The aim of this review is to improve the amenity of the area while ensuring the needs of residents, visitors and businesses are met.

The review incorporates the area bounded by Stirling Highway, Melvista Avenue, Bay Road, Taylor Road and Leopold Street. The review area was chosen due to the proximity of College Park sporting clubs and Stirling Highway businesses that place a large demand on parking in the area.

As part of the review, a survey was undertaken by the City to identify parking trends relating to on-street parking and council verges. It identified areas of high use where restrictions are currently in place or not.

Based on the evidence collected through the review and the parking survey the following changes are proposed:

  • Waroonga Road between Stirling Highway and Jenkins changed from one to two-hour parking restriction
  • Three- hour parking prohibitions introduced between Jenkins Avenue and Princess Road for Taylor, Bulimba, Waroonga and Rockton Roads

Your feedback on the proposals are invited and will be considered before the final stage is implemented.

The proposed recommendations will be implemented in two phases:

  • Phase one: Community consultation and review of feedback on the proposed changes, then prepare a report to Council which will result in the parking restrictions being initiated.
  • Phase two: Implement proposed parking changes and monitor over three-month period, then review the impact of the parking modifications and recommend any adjustment. Subject to the outcome of the review and community engagement process, changes will be implemented by either a report to the Council (for major changes) or Administration (for minor changes).

Phase two will take place within three months of the completion of phase one. The affected residents will be invited to comment on the outcomes of phase one.

Your feedback on the proposals are invited and will be considered before the final stage is implemented.

How can you get involved, find out more or provide feedback?

You can participate in this parking review by:

Project updates and the outcomes will be published via the News Feed on this page.

Please note that all responses to the proposals will be placed on this engagement page.

Are you interested in other projects being undertaken by the City? Would you like to receive the City’s electronic newsletter on the latest City projects? If so, please click on the 'Register to get involved' tab at the top of this page to register.

The engagement period closes on 18 September 2017.

Changes to the parking arrangements in the College Park precinct are proposed. Do you live, work or visit the area? If so, please check out the engagement page and provide your thoughts.

A review of the parking arrangements in this area have been undertaken by the City due to concerns raised by residents regarding parking on Waroonga Road and Melvista Avenue. The aim of this review is to improve the amenity of the area while ensuring the needs of residents, visitors and businesses are met.

The review incorporates the area bounded by Stirling Highway, Melvista Avenue, Bay Road, Taylor Road and Leopold Street. The review area was chosen due to the proximity of College Park sporting clubs and Stirling Highway businesses that place a large demand on parking in the area.

As part of the review, a survey was undertaken by the City to identify parking trends relating to on-street parking and council verges. It identified areas of high use where restrictions are currently in place or not.

Based on the evidence collected through the review and the parking survey the following changes are proposed:

  • Waroonga Road between Stirling Highway and Jenkins changed from one to two-hour parking restriction
  • Three- hour parking prohibitions introduced between Jenkins Avenue and Princess Road for Taylor, Bulimba, Waroonga and Rockton Roads

Your feedback on the proposals are invited and will be considered before the final stage is implemented.

The proposed recommendations will be implemented in two phases:

  • Phase one: Community consultation and review of feedback on the proposed changes, then prepare a report to Council which will result in the parking restrictions being initiated.
  • Phase two: Implement proposed parking changes and monitor over three-month period, then review the impact of the parking modifications and recommend any adjustment. Subject to the outcome of the review and community engagement process, changes will be implemented by either a report to the Council (for major changes) or Administration (for minor changes).

Phase two will take place within three months of the completion of phase one. The affected residents will be invited to comment on the outcomes of phase one.

Your feedback on the proposals are invited and will be considered before the final stage is implemented.

How can you get involved, find out more or provide feedback?

You can participate in this parking review by:

Project updates and the outcomes will be published via the News Feed on this page.

Please note that all responses to the proposals will be placed on this engagement page.

Are you interested in other projects being undertaken by the City? Would you like to receive the City’s electronic newsletter on the latest City projects? If so, please click on the 'Register to get involved' tab at the top of this page to register.

The engagement period closes on 18 September 2017.

  • New Parking Restrictions - Installation to commence in February

    28 days ago
    Sign

    The City is progressing with the planning for the installation of the new parking restrictions.

    The new restrictions are being rolled out across the College Park precinct from February 2018. During this time, City officers will be installing a range of street signs along the streets in accordance with the local laws and the requirements of the Australian Standards to ensure parking controls can be enforced.

    The installation of signage will be as follows:

    • Intermediate or repeater signs are generally spaced every 50m.
    • The placement of repeater signs maybe greater or less depending on vehicle turnover, local area...

    The City is progressing with the planning for the installation of the new parking restrictions.

    The new restrictions are being rolled out across the College Park precinct from February 2018. During this time, City officers will be installing a range of street signs along the streets in accordance with the local laws and the requirements of the Australian Standards to ensure parking controls can be enforced.

    The installation of signage will be as follows:

    • Intermediate or repeater signs are generally spaced every 50m.
    • The placement of repeater signs maybe greater or less depending on vehicle turnover, local area density, road environment and sightline visibility issues such as crests or road curves.
    • When erecting new parking signs the City will attempt to install the poles between property boundaries where possible to minimise disturbance to nature strips.

    If you have any queries in relation to the above, please contact the City on (08) 9273 3500.
  • Consultation period closed

    2 months ago
    Thank you logo string

    Thank you to everyone who has participated in this project. The engagement stage of the project has now closed. City officers will be assessing the responses and preparing a report for Council on the outcomes of the engagement. Further updates on this project will be available on this engagement page.

    Thank you to everyone who has participated in this project. The engagement stage of the project has now closed. City officers will be assessing the responses and preparing a report for Council on the outcomes of the engagement. Further updates on this project will be available on this engagement page.

  • Have your Voice Heard - Proposed amendments to parking restrictions

    5 months ago
    Design image cropped

    The City is proposing changes to the parking arrangements in the College Park precinct and your feedback is invited.

    A review of the parking arrangements in this area have been undertaken by the City due to concerns raised by residents regarding parking on Waroonga Road and Melvista Avenue. The aim of this review is to improve the amenity of the area while ensuring the needs of residents, visitors and businesses are met.

    Your feedback on the proposals are invited and will be considered before the next stage is progressed..

    The City is proposing changes to the parking arrangements in the College Park precinct and your feedback is invited.

    A review of the parking arrangements in this area have been undertaken by the City due to concerns raised by residents regarding parking on Waroonga Road and Melvista Avenue. The aim of this review is to improve the amenity of the area while ensuring the needs of residents, visitors and businesses are met.

    Your feedback on the proposals are invited and will be considered before the next stage is progressed..