Permit expiry

All ACROD Parking Permits have an expiry date.

Depending on your circumstances you may be able to renew your permit.

Renewable permits are issued to applicants who have a severe walking restriction which is expected to last for the rest of their life despite treatment and therapy options. Renewable permits are issued for two years.

Permit renewal

Renewal notices are sent out four weeks prior to the expiry of your ACROD Parking Permit.

It is important to contact the ACROD Parking Program team to notify if you change your address, to ensure you receive your renewal notice.

Please note, if you do not renew your permit within six months of the expiry date, you must re-apply for a new permit. Please visit the How to apply page for the link to the application form and additional information.

Temporary permit extension

Temporary ACROD Parking Permits are issued to applicants who have a severe walking restriction and their ability to walk is expected to improve, or may improve in the future. Temporary Permits are issued for 6 to 12 months and can be extended once.

Temporary permit holders are eligible for an extension of their ACROD Parking Permit if they still have a severe walking restriction.

Please note:

  • The extension request must be for the same condition
  • Temporary permits can only be extended once
  • An extension cannot be granted if your temporary permit has expired by more than eight weeks.

Download a Temporary Permit Extension Form in PDF format – best suited for printing and completing in hard copy; or

Download an Accessible Permit Extension Form in MS Word (.DOC) format – best suited for completing on a computer.

If a temporary permit holder still has a severe walking restriction near the expiry of their second (extended) temporary permit, they can apply for a new permit. Please visit the How to apply page for more information.

Permit replacement

In order to receive a replacement ACROD Parking Permit, you may be required to complete a Statutory Declaration confirming the loss of your original permit. Please note that the form needs to be witnessed by an authorised witness according to the WA Oaths, Affidavits and Statutory Declarations Act 2005. Your lost permit will be cancelled and we will notify Parking Infringement Officer of the permit number. Your replacement permit will take a few days to process and will be sent to your postal address.

Download Lost Permit Statutory Declaration Form in PDF (.PDF) format

Permit Cancellation

If you no longer require an ACROD Parking Permit, please contact the ACROD Parking Program team.

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