Council manages street parking and also owns and operates a number of car parks across the municipality, including four multi-deck car parks.
Parking signs in each location tell you if there is a time limit and if payment of a fee is required. The word ’ticket’ on a parking sign indicates that you must buy a ticket from a ticket machine, and display it clearly on your dashboard.
Parking restrictions within the municipality are frequently reviewed to ensure that they are appropriate for access and convenience.
On Street Parking Fees - Dandenong
Off Street Parking Fees - Dandenong
Dandenong Market Car Park Parking Fees
Springvale Central Parking
In Springvale, on street parking is free, but there there are time limits. Council also operates a multi-deck car park at 8 Balmoral Avenue. Visit 'number 8' Balmoral Avenue multi-deck car park to read about fees and permits.
There are also a number of privately owned carparks in the Springvale Activity centre where a fee is charged.
Noble Park Central Parking
It is free to park in Council car parks and on streets on Noble Park Central. Check the signs for time limits.
Request Changes to Parking Restrictions
Parking restrictions exist to improve road safety, assist traffic flow, protect residential parking, and assist businesses by increasing customer turnover.
Council considers numerous requests to introduce parking restrictions or to change existing restrictions in local streets.
When parking restrictions are proposed, Council will consider whether these restrictions can be safely implemented. If parking restrictions are considered suitable, consultation is undertaken with the community prior to implementing restrictions.
Following the installation of new parking restrictions, Council's parking enforcement officers will assist road users in understanding how to appropriately park in these locations.
Parking on Narrow Streets
Council sometimes receives requests from residents relating to parking on narrower streets. The width of streets within the municipality varies, and in some instances, the width of the road can cause problems. On particularly narrow streets, there are different ways that Council manages parking to assist with these issues.
For more information please read our Parking in Narrow Streets Information Sheet.