New automatic number plate recognition (ANPR) enabled CCTV cameras have been installed outside a number of schools across Salford to crackdown on drivers who put children’s lives at risk.
This follows ongoing complaints from schools, parents and residents about dangerous and inconsiderate parking. The new cameras are in addition to patrols by civil enforcement officers.
If you park legally, safely and considerately, or can walk or cycle when taking your child to school you need have no concerns about receiving a penalty.
Always park your vehicle with consideration for residents who live near schools and don’t obstruct their driveways or make it difficult for them to get to their homes.
Be kind and thoughtful – it sets a good example to your children and other parents.
You may receive a £70 penalty charge notice (PCN) for disobeying a yellow zig zig zag line restriction outside a school or any other yellow line restriction. The penalty is reduced to £35 if paid within 14 days.
If caught on camera you may receive the notice through the post. If a civil enforcement officer is in the area they may place the penalty notice on your vehicle or arrange for it to be sent by post if the motorist drives away before receiving the notice.
If you have concerns about parking outside a particular school, please use the parking issues form to report it so Salford City Council can consider appropriate action.
Please note that completing the form does not guarantee the deployment of an ANPR enabled CCTV camera.
Due to essential maintenance any reports that you make using the online form on this page between 7pm Wednesday 16 June and midday Monday 21 June will be held in a queue and only processed on the Monday, apologies for the inconvenience.