Disc Parking
Waterford City and County Council operates Disc Parking in Tramore during the months of June, July, August & September . The operation of the Disc Parking is governed by the Metropolitan District of Waterford (Control of Parking) Byelaws 2015.

Using disc parking in Tramore
When parking in pay parking areas, please take note of parking signs.

Important exemptions
Disabled spaces are provided for disabled badge holders. Should these spaces be full, vehicles with disabled badges on display are permitted to park in ordinary parking spaces free of charge.

Goods vehicles actively loading or unloading are permitted up to 30 minutes to complete their loading. If a goods vehicle is not actively loading a valid parking disc must be correctly displayed. Loading areas may not be used for parking during the hours of operation of the loading area.

Enforcement of Pay and Display Parking in Tramore
Waterford City and County Council employ Traffic Wardens to carry out parking enforcement of our disc parking locations, along with the enforcement of parking regulations and prohibitions, e.g. illegal parking on double yellow lines, in disabled parking bays, in school keep clears, on footpaths etc. within the Council's administrative area. If you received a parking ticket which you feel you did not deserve, you can appeal the ticket in writing by completing the parking appeal form.

Parking Permits
You can buy a Residents’ Parking Permit if your primary residence is in an area of Tramore where disc parking applies and if you qualify for a permit. This permit would allow you to park in a valid parking space on the public road in which you live without having to pay for your parking. Application forms and further details are available here.

Visitors Parking
You can apply for a Visitors Parking Permit if your primary residence is in an area of Tramore where disc parking applies and if you qualify for a permit. Visitors permits are only available to people who meet the criteria to be eligible for a residents permit and where all people residing in the property are aged over 65. Only one visitors permit may be granted per household.

This permit would allow a visitor to your house to park in a valid parking space on the public road on which you live without having to pay for parking for a maximum of two hours while they are visiting you. Application forms and further details are available here.

Carers Parking
You can apply for a Carers Parking Permit if your primary residence is in an area of Tramore where disc parking applies and if you suffer from a chronic illness which requires ongoing daily care.

This permit would allow a carer to park in a valid parking space on the public road in which you live without having to pay for parking while they care for you. Application forms and further details are available here.

Remember, parking spaces on your street are not reserved. They can be used by anyone.