Parking permits and their enforcement is undertaken by Salford City Council in respect of residents' parking schemes.
To park your vehicle in a residents' parking permit holders area you must either clearly display, with all details and counterfoil showing, the relevant paper permit in your vehicles windscreen or be registered with the local authority`s digital permitting service (MiPermit). In the event that neither is available please make alternative parking arrangements in an unrestricted area, as your vehicle may be correctly issued with a Penalty Charge Notice.
Applications for new or replacement paper permits in respect of some of the existing schemes may be made by completing the downloadable form at the bottom of this page and either posted to parking services or e-mailed to email@example.com
The present schemes that are issued a paper permit are:
The local authority has started to move away from the issue of paper permits to a more efficient, customer and environmentally friendly digital parking permit service. At present there are only a few parking schemes which are available but more will move across to the new service in time and letters will be received by residents in due course inviting them to register with the service and apply for their digital permits.
The following residential permit zones which are available on the digital permit at present are:
More schemes are to follow soon........
For further information about your MiPermit account, please contact MiPermit Assistance:
If you have any other enquiries regarding digital permitting please contact the Parking Services team at firstname.lastname@example.org providing details of your enquiry and full contact details.
Requests for the introduction of a new residents' parking scheme may be made in writing to the traffic and transportation manager at the address below.
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This page was last updated on 17 February 2020