Report illegal parking
Parking rules and restrictions exist to give more people access to shops and community facilities, keep emergency hospital, clearways and school crossings clear, help the flow of traffic, and let residents park locally.
When you can report illegal parking
You can report illegally parked vehicles to Council if you see a vehicle:
- parked longer in a area than the time limit allows
- on a clearway
- on a school crossing or near a school
- in a no stopping or no parking zone
- blocking access, such as across a driveway
- in a disabled parking zone, or
- on a nature strip, footpath or centre strip.
If you think a vehicle is unregistered or has been abandoned, you can report an abandoned vehicle.
How to report illegal parking
It is easier for Council to follow up illegally parked vehicles if you provide the car registration, make and colour.
Council follows up illegally parked cars during business hours.
Reporting parking issues around train stations and tracks
Moreland City Council is not authorised to issue or enforce parking fines or deal with parking problems at train station car parks at Brunswick, Coburg, Fawkner, Glenroy, Gowrie, Jewell, Moreland, Oak Park, and Pascoe Vale Stations.
Metro authorised officers enforce parking rules in Metro train station car parks.
Council is also not authorised to enforce parking restrictions on VicTrack land around train tracks in the Moreland area.
Visit the Department of Transport, Planning and Local Infrastructure or VicTrack for more information.