Parking Zones and Permits

Please check to see if you need to apply for a parking permit (either a renewal or new one).

Controlled parking zone

 

Within Stirling City Centre, a controlled parking zone is enforced from Monday - Saturday (inclusive) between 8.45am - 5.30pm (unless otherwise stated).

Our Park and Ride scheme provides low-cost and frequent access to Stirling City Centre from convenient locations.

You can view details the park and rise scheme if you click here

Resident parking scheme

 

We operate a Residents Permit Parking Scheme within the Controlled Parking Zone (CPZ) in the following areas:

  • Stirling City Centre
  • Dunblane Town Centre

Permits cost £83.00 per year and entitle the holder to park in "residents only" bays and "pay and display" areas within their designated zone, without limit of time and at no additional charge. Please see below for different areas and their costs.

Area D
  • Area D 4 weekly £50.80
  • Area D 12 weekly 138.60
  • Annually £462
Area E
  • Area E 4 weekly £50.80
  • Area E 12 weekly 138.60
  • Annually £462
Area F
  • Area F 4 Weekly 37.90
  • Area F 12 Weekly 112.30
  • Area F annually £396

 

Please Note: The permit does not entitle the holder to park in any other areas including loading bays, bus stops, taxi ranks, disabled spaces, doctor spaces and single or double yellow lines. Having a parking permit, does not guarantee the holder a parking space.

Operating hours

 

The resident parking scheme operates within the following periods:

Stirling

  • Monday to Saturday (inclusive) between 08:45-17:30.

Dunblane

  • Monday to Friday (inclusive) between 08:45-17:30.

Applying for the Residents parking permit scheme

 

Our Customer First office is currently closed due to the Covid-19 pandemic. If you wish to purchase or renew a Resident's Parking Permit, applications can be made by post or by emailing your name, address and contact number to customer first where a member of staff will contact you.

Customer first email – click here

For Customer first address – click here

 

National Fraud Initiative

 

This authority is under a duty to protect the public funds it administers, and to this end may use the information you have provided on this form for the prevention and detection of fraud. It may also share this information with other bodies responsible for auditing or administering public funds for these purposes.

For further information click on the following link:

 Stirling Council - National Fraud Initiative.

 

Season tickets

 

Weekly parking tickets can be purchased from the ticket machines in Stirling where all-day parking is permitted. However monthly, quarterly and annual season tickets can also be purchased.

Applying for a Season ticket

 

Applications can either be made by post or by emailing your name, address and contact number to customer first where a member of staff will contact you.

Customer first email – click here

For Customer first address – click here

Last updated: Friday, October 23, 2020 12:58 PM