The Council operates a number of residents’ parking zones around the district. The zones are areas where all on-street parking is controlled.
Within the zones there are designated areas for permit holders. Those designated areas are indicated by signs and in some streets there are also bays marked on the road.
A permit is required if you wish to park in the designated permit areas during the hours in which the restrictions apply.
Permits may only be used in the designated permit areas in the zone shown on the permit. Permits are not valid for use with any other type of parking restriction.
Eligible Properties List
The purpose of a Resident Parking Permit (RPP) is to allow you to park your vehicle, which is permanently kept at your address, in the street (this may include work vehicles supplied to you by your employer).
Check the list below to see if your property is eligible to apply for a Resident Parking permit.
For residents in Baldock Zone A, please email firstname.lastname@example.org to check if your property is eligible.
Residents living within a residents parking zone can purchase as many vehicle specific permits (Resident Permit) as they have cars registered to them.
Residents’ permits must be clearly displayed in the vehicle for which it has been issued during the hours when resident permit parking restrictions apply.
Residents living in Baldock Zone A are only eligible for one Resident Permit if they have no off street parking.
Residents living within a residents’ parking zone can also apply for a Visitor Permit. These are limited to one per address and are not vehicle specific.
A visitor permit is for the use of visitors to your home and must be clearly displayed in the visitor's vehicle during the hours when resident permit parking restrictions apply.
Households in Baldock Zone A are not entitled to visitors permits.
Visitor Ticket Books
Residents living within a residents parking zone can also apply for Visitor Ticket books. Each book contains 10 tickets for use on one calendar day on one vehicle only.
A visitor ticket is for the use of a visitor to your home and must be clearly displayed in the visitor’s vehicle during the hours when the resident permit parking restrictions apply.
There is no maximum number of books that can be purchased.
The user must mark the ticket with the registration number of the visiting vehicle and the date when used. Visitor tickets should be completed using pen. Tickets completed in pencil may result in a Penalty Charge Notice.
Households in Baldock Zone A are not entitled to visitor ticket books.
Residents should make provision to purchase permits for visitors and trades people, etc. Undertakers and sign written furniture removal vans are exempt.
Blue Badges and exemptions
A Disabled Persons Permit (Blue Badge) can be used in place of a residents or visitor permit or instead of a visitor ticket in all zones. The blue badge holder needs to ensure that the front of the blue badge showing the expiry date and serial number is clearly displayed at all times.
Undertakers and sign written furniture removal vans are exempt.
The control on the residents' parking spaces within a Controlled Parking Zone does not apply on Christmas Day, Good Friday, or on Bank Holidays. Therefore it is not required that a permit or visitors ticket to be displayed on these days.
Trades People should ask the resident for a visitor permit or a visitor ticket. If they are unable to obtain a visitor permit or visitor ticket from a resident, they may be able to apply for a dispensation to park. Further information on how to apply can be found on the Parking Dispensation Notice page.