Moreland Parklet Program
The Moreland Parklet Program was adopted by Council in June 2017.
If you are interested in hosting a parklet or are interested in parklets in Moreland, please download the Moreland Parklet Program (PDF 2Mb).
What is a parklet?
A Parklet is a structure which is located within street parking bays.
This little ‘park’ re-purposes part of the street into a space for seating, planting, bicycle parking and art.
Parklets help to add diversity to the street and provide new public spaces. Although Parklets are hosted and maintained by local businesses, they are public space.
There are two streams to the Parklet program. The short-term stream and the long-term stream.
Businesses nominate to host a Council owned Parklet for 6 months. This option has a small fee involved and is a great way to test whether a Parklet suits your street and your business.
Our first businesses to host a Council Parklet are Small Block and Bikes Please on Piera Street in Brunswick East. In late November 2016, Council installed a short-term Parklet out the front of both business on Piera Street which will be in place until July 2017.
Short-term parklet rounds
Applications have now closed for the July 2017 / January 2018 short-term parklet round.
If you are interested in hosting a short term parklet in the January 2018 / July 2018 round then please complete the parklet assessment below. If your site is deemed to be suitable, you will be invited to submit a Site Proposal.
Businesses apply to Council to organise the design, construction and maintenance of their own Parklet. This can be installed in a parking space out the front of the business for 1 year with the option to renew the permit annually.
Applications are now open for long-term parklets in Moreland. If you are interested in hosting a long-term parklet then please complete the parklet assessment below. If your site is deemed to be suitable, you will be invited to submit a Site Proposal.
How to apply
If you wish to apply for a short-term or long-term parklet, complete our parklets assessement below.
Parklets can only be located in designated parking spaces which meet specific site requirements and our assessment considers the appropriateness and safety of your proposed parklet location.
If the assessment indicates that your site is suitable for a parklet, we will invite you to complete an application.
Short-term stream - Hire for 6 months, installation and removal
- One parking space, $2000
- Two parking spaces, $3000
- Three parking spaces, $4000
- One-off application fee, $300
- One parking space, $500
- Each additional parking space, $350
The fee for approved applications can be paid through the Council website by Visa or MasterCard. Visit pay a one-off service fee.
Complete the parklets assessment
If you have any queries regarding the project, contact Sarah Borg, Senior Urban Designer, on 9384 9232 or email the parklet program.
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