Collaroy Beach parking proposal

We're proposing to introduce shorter term parking in some of the carparks in Collaroy to enable more people to enjoy local attractions and support local businesses.

We're proposing to introduce shorter term parking in some of the carparks in Collaroy to enable more people to enjoy local attractions and support local businesses.

  • Comments now closed

    11 days ago

    Thank you for your interest and comments on this project. Community engagement has now closed.

    Comments are being reviewed and considered by staff and an engagement report will be available on this page early in the new year.

    A report will be presented to Council's Traffic Committee in February 2019 for endorsement.

    Thank you for your interest and comments on this project. Community engagement has now closed.

    Comments are being reviewed and considered by staff and an engagement report will be available on this page early in the new year.

    A report will be presented to Council's Traffic Committee in February 2019 for endorsement.

  • Comments close this weekend

    about 1 month ago
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    Don't miss your chance to comment on the proposed changes to parking restrictions in local carparks at Collaroy Beach.

    Comment online by Sunday 11 November, 2018.



    Don't miss your chance to comment on the proposed changes to parking restrictions in local carparks at Collaroy Beach.

    Comment online by Sunday 11 November, 2018.



  • Voice your thoughts on our beach parking proposal

    about 1 month ago
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    Thank you to those who have already visited our drop-ins and shared their thoughts on Council's beach parking proposal.

    Over the last two sessions over 200 people have provided feedback on the proposed changes to the local carparks.

    If you haven't had a chance to drop-in, there's still an opportunity:

    Collaroy Playground
    Thu 1 Nov, 4-7pm

    Alternatively, provide your comments online.

    Comments close Sunday 11 November 2018.

    Thank you to those who have already visited our drop-ins and shared their thoughts on Council's beach parking proposal.

    Over the last two sessions over 200 people have provided feedback on the proposed changes to the local carparks.

    If you haven't had a chance to drop-in, there's still an opportunity:

    Collaroy Playground
    Thu 1 Nov, 4-7pm

    Alternatively, provide your comments online.

    Comments close Sunday 11 November 2018.

  • Drop-in and learn more

    about 2 months ago
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    If you haven't yet had an opportunity to chat with one of our team about Council's proposed parking changes in the Collaroy Beach area, we're hosting drop-ins this Sunday and next Thursday.

    Drop-in at Collaroy Beach Playground

    • Sun 28 Oct, 10am-1pm
    • Thu 1 Nov, 4-7pm
    If you're unable to attend a drop-in please share your comments online.

    If you haven't yet had an opportunity to chat with one of our team about Council's proposed parking changes in the Collaroy Beach area, we're hosting drop-ins this Sunday and next Thursday.

    Drop-in at Collaroy Beach Playground

    • Sun 28 Oct, 10am-1pm
    • Thu 1 Nov, 4-7pm
    If you're unable to attend a drop-in please share your comments online.
  • How to get involved

    about 2 months ago

    We would like to hear your thoughts on the proposed changes to the parking restrictions in the Collaroy Beach area.

    Have Your Say
    Online
    Drop-in session at Collaroy Beach Playground:
    • Thu 25 Oct, 4 - 7pm
    • Sun 28 Oct,10am - 1pm
    • Thu 1 Nov, 4 - 7pm
    Comments close: Sunday 11 November 2018

    We would like to hear your thoughts on the proposed changes to the parking restrictions in the Collaroy Beach area.

    Have Your Say
    Online
    Drop-in session at Collaroy Beach Playground:
    • Thu 25 Oct, 4 - 7pm
    • Sun 28 Oct,10am - 1pm
    • Thu 1 Nov, 4 - 7pm
    Comments close: Sunday 11 November 2018
  • Proposed changes

    about 2 months ago

    Our proposed changes will introduce shorter term parking in some of the Collaroy carparks so more people can enjoy the local attractions and support the local businesses.

    However, we also recognise it is important to provide commuter parking when it is most needed so the proposed changes continue to provide all day parking in the Collaroy Beach commuter carpark Monday to Friday.

    We propose changes to parking restrictions in following four areas:

    Area 1: Collaroy Beach Commuter carpark
    Area 2: Middle carpark (to the south of the Beach Club Collaroy)
    Area 3: Collaroy Beach Playground carpark
    Area 4: Collaroy Street Council carpark

    We’d like to hear your thoughts on this proposal.

    The table below outlines the existing and proposed changes for each of the Areas noted above.

    Current restrictions

    Proposed changes to restrictions

    Area 1

    Sections 1 & 2

    12P: 7am - 7pm, permit holders excepted

    Everyday, including Public Holidays

    120 spaces

    Section 1

    12P: 7am - 7pm, Monday-Sunday

    82 spaces

    Applies to Pay and Display and Permit Holders

    Note: No change to disabled car parking spaces

    Section 2

    2P: 7am - 7pm, Monday-Sunday

    38 spaces

    Applies to Pay and Display and Permit Holders

    Note: No change to disabled car parking spaces

    Area 2

    No parking restrictions currently apply in this carpark

    10 spaces

    1P: 7am - 7pm, Everyday

    7 spaces

    Loading Zone: 6am - 5pm, Everyday

    3 spaces


    Note: No change to disabled car parking spaces

    Area 3

    12P: 7am - 7pm, permit holders excepted

    Everyday, including Public Holidays

    58 spaces

    4P: 7am - 7pm, Everyday

    58 spaces

    Applies to Pay and Display and Permit Holders

    Note: No change to disabled car parking spaces or dedicated surf club car parking spaces

    Area 4

    3P: Monday to Friday

    2P: Saturday


    No restrictions apply Sunday

    18 spaces

    1P: 7am - 7pm, Everyday

    18 spaces

    Our proposed changes will introduce shorter term parking in some of the Collaroy carparks so more people can enjoy the local attractions and support the local businesses.

    However, we also recognise it is important to provide commuter parking when it is most needed so the proposed changes continue to provide all day parking in the Collaroy Beach commuter carpark Monday to Friday.

    We propose changes to parking restrictions in following four areas:

    Area 1: Collaroy Beach Commuter carpark
    Area 2: Middle carpark (to the south of the Beach Club Collaroy)
    Area 3: Collaroy Beach Playground carpark
    Area 4: Collaroy Street Council carpark

    We’d like to hear your thoughts on this proposal.

    The table below outlines the existing and proposed changes for each of the Areas noted above.

    Current restrictions

    Proposed changes to restrictions

    Area 1

    Sections 1 & 2

    12P: 7am - 7pm, permit holders excepted

    Everyday, including Public Holidays

    120 spaces

    Section 1

    12P: 7am - 7pm, Monday-Sunday

    82 spaces

    Applies to Pay and Display and Permit Holders

    Note: No change to disabled car parking spaces

    Section 2

    2P: 7am - 7pm, Monday-Sunday

    38 spaces

    Applies to Pay and Display and Permit Holders

    Note: No change to disabled car parking spaces

    Area 2

    No parking restrictions currently apply in this carpark

    10 spaces

    1P: 7am - 7pm, Everyday

    7 spaces

    Loading Zone: 6am - 5pm, Everyday

    3 spaces


    Note: No change to disabled car parking spaces

    Area 3

    12P: 7am - 7pm, permit holders excepted

    Everyday, including Public Holidays

    58 spaces

    4P: 7am - 7pm, Everyday

    58 spaces

    Applies to Pay and Display and Permit Holders

    Note: No change to disabled car parking spaces or dedicated surf club car parking spaces

    Area 4

    3P: Monday to Friday

    2P: Saturday


    No restrictions apply Sunday

    18 spaces

    1P: 7am - 7pm, Everyday

    18 spaces

  • Background

    about 2 months ago

    Collaroy’s beautiful beach, busy playground, cafes, shops and cinema attract many visitors who compete for parking with commuters in the local Council carparks.

    Roads and Maritime Services (RMS) recent announcement to implement clearways along Pittwater Road will increase parking demand. We are looking to alleviate this issue through implementing shorter term car parking in the carparks to balance the needs of all users.

    While the introduction of the B-Line has provided improved transport options for commuters, community feedback tells us the Collaroy Beach Playground carpark is full of all-day commuter vehicles during the week. This makes it difficult to find a car spot when stopping for lunch, going to the movies or visiting the beach or playground.

    We also know that business operations have changed from the traditional Monday to Friday and half day Saturday to now trading a full seven day week and into the evening.


    Collaroy’s beautiful beach, busy playground, cafes, shops and cinema attract many visitors who compete for parking with commuters in the local Council carparks.

    Roads and Maritime Services (RMS) recent announcement to implement clearways along Pittwater Road will increase parking demand. We are looking to alleviate this issue through implementing shorter term car parking in the carparks to balance the needs of all users.

    While the introduction of the B-Line has provided improved transport options for commuters, community feedback tells us the Collaroy Beach Playground carpark is full of all-day commuter vehicles during the week. This makes it difficult to find a car spot when stopping for lunch, going to the movies or visiting the beach or playground.

    We also know that business operations have changed from the traditional Monday to Friday and half day Saturday to now trading a full seven day week and into the evening.