Mobility parking maps

Hamilton East mobility parking


Hamilton Central mobility parking


Frankton mobility parking

Requirements and locations

Mobility parking spaces are provided across Hamilton and are marked by mobility signs with yellow/blue road markings to differentiate them from other parking spaces. You must display your mobility parking permit to use these. You can also use paid general parking spaces for twice the time you’ve paid for if you display your mobility permit (this is not included in the long-stay carparks, these are $6 per day for all users).

CCS Disability Action provides the national Mobility Parking Permit Scheme. Apply for a permit and find out more on their website.

Mobility parks are also provided at all Council facilities, including our offices and in the Council-operated parking area near the Waikato Museum. Outside the central city, you’ll also find mobility parking at these Council facilities: Waterworld, Claudelands Event Centre, Hamilton Zoo, and Hamilton Gardens.

Other disability resources

You’ll find more disability and access information on getting around the city, plus related support and resources on our community – disability page, including:

  • a central city accessibility map
  • information on accessing Council H3 venues
  • Council’s Disability Advisory Group
  • how our staff can help you when you visit us.

Find out more about micro-mobility devices and how to safely use them in Hamilton – including mobility scooters – and check out our safety tips.

Hamilton Central coach parking map

Hamilton Central motorcycle parking map

Related pages

On-street parking

Get information on where to park in central Hamilton.

Pay a parking ticket

Find out about paying parking tickets and fines, and how to enquire about or appeal a ticket issue.

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Last updated 30 June 2024