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Resident parking zones are established at Hardwick Estate, Stockton Town Centre West, Trinity Gardens and Eaglescliffe (Station Road area).
Residents of each zone can buy a permit that allows parking at any time in any of the marked Residents parking bays within their zone.
A resident parking permit does not guarantee a parking space. Only vehicles displaying a permit can be parked during the hours of operation.
|Resident Parking Zone||Hours of operation||Days of operation|
|Hardwick Estate||8am and 6pm||All Week|
|Stockton Town Centre||8am and 6pm||Monday to Saturday|
|Trinity Gardens||9am and 5pm||Monday to Friday|
|Eaglescliffe - Station Road||9am and 5pm||Monday to Saturday|
Permits are not transferable between zones.
Residents and visitor permits cost £10 per year, business permits cost £50 per year and all zone permits costs £10.
How do I apply for my permit?
You must contact our Customer Services Centre on 01642 528499.
To get a resident, visitor or all zones permit, evidence must be produced to confirm that the applicant lives in the property.
Evidence must be returned by one of the following options:
By post with photocopies of all relevant documentation to:
Stockton Central Library and Stockton Customer Services Centre, Church Road, Stockton-on-Tees, TS18 1TU
Cheques should be made payable to - 'Stockton Borough Council'
In person with originals or photocopies of the relevant documentation at:
By e-mail - scanned copies of all relevant documentation to [email protected].
If you have a business in the Residents Parking Zone and have a vehicle which is registered at the business address, you may apply for a business permit.
Blue Badge Holders are not permitted to park within the Residents bays, however are permitted to park on the single yellow lines for up to three hours displaying a valid badge and clock.
How do I pay for a Parking Permit?
You can pay for a parking permit using any of the following:
- Cheque or Postal Order - made payable to Stockton-on-Tees Borough Council
- Credit or Debit Card
You can make cheque or postal order payment by post or by calling into one of our Customer Service Centres.