You may be eligible for an ACROD Parking Permit if:
You are unable to walk and always require the use of a wheelchair,
mobility or medical aid; or
Your ability to walk is significantly restricted by a permanent disability or medical condition; or
Your ability to walk is significantly restricted by a temporary disability
or medical condition (for a minimum of six months).
How to apply
Please attend an appointment with a Doctor or Occupational Therapist. Ask
them to complete and sign the
ACROD Restricted Mobility Certificate form which can be downloaded
Step 2. Please scan or take clear photos of all pages of the ACROD
Restricted Mobility Certificate form. Have the scan or photo file(s) ready
Step 3 (optional). You may choose to provide additional medical
reports (e.g. x-ray, test results, General Practitioner, Specialist,
Physiotherapist or Occupational Therapist reports) in support of your
application. Please scan or take clear photos of all pages of these
documents, and have the scan or photo file(s) ready for upload.
Step 4. Complete this application form and upload the ACROD Restricted Mobility Certificate form (and other files if you choose to include them).
- Step 5. Submit the form using the button at the bottom.
Assessment of applications
Please note that the Doctor’s or Occupational Therapist’s statement or
signature on the documents you provide does not automatically mean that you
are eligible for an ACROD Parking Permit.
The ACROD Parking Program assessment team will assess each application
against the eligibility criteria. If more information is needed to determine
eligibility, the ACROD Parking Program may:
Contact the applicant (or legal guardian) to ask for additional
Contact the specialist or medical practitioner who has signed the report
(if such a report is attached) to ask for additional information.
The ACROD Parking Program receives a high number of applications. Processing
your application may take up to 20 working days from the date your
application is received. This does not include mailing time. If your
application is not successful, we will inform you about our appeals process.
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