Following consultation with Mayors, emergency services and other key agencies, it has been determined that the State of Emergency is no longer required.As at 12:00pm the State of Emergency has been terminated and shifted to a Notice of Transition.This notice of transition affects the Tasman District...

Cyclone Gita Update 008 -State of Emergency moves to Notice of Transition

Cyclone Gita Information - SH60 to open from Sunday pending final checks

News about limited, escorted access to SH60 over Takaka Hill from Sunday pending final checks.

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Car Parking

Car parking throughout the Tasman District is free, with some car parks restricted by time limits. This page gives details of restrictions, limits and how to pay parking tickets.

Parking Restrictions in Tasman District

The Council operates a number of car parks in the District. Please respect the needs of others by not parking longer than the time limit.

Accessible Car Parks and Mobility Permits

There are also a number of accessible parks which require a Mobility Parking Permit to be displayed.

Enforcement Officers are contracted to Council to educate the public about the parking restrictions in the Tasman area and to enforce these if necessary.

If you have any concerns about persistent illegal parking, please contact the Tasman District Council

If You Receive a Parking Infringement Notice

If you receive an Infringement Notice for a Stationary Vehicle Offence from Council you have 28 days in which to pay the fine.

If you do not pay the fine within this timeframe, the Infringement Notice will be sent through to the Ministry of Justice and further costs will be incurred. You will then be contacted by the District Court and ordered to pay both the fine and the Court costs to them.

Your rights of appeal are outlined on the reverse of the Infringement Notice and on the subsequent reminder.

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