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Parking is available on streets and within various carparks throughout the Shire.
There are various parking options within the Margaret River town centre to provide easy access to commercial and retail facilities.
The Shire has Local Laws relating to Parking and Parking Facilities to ensure all motorists park safely and that parking for everyone is fair.
To provide a safe parking environment the Rangers actively patrol the Town to ensure all residents and visitors comply with the Town's Parking Local Laws. The Rangers monitor footpaths, verges, ACROD bays and schools.
To protect the safety of school children Rangers regularly check around schools to ensure cars are parked sensibly.
Although the issuing of Parking Infringement Notices is not popular, sometimes it is the only way of ensuring compliance with the restrictions. A high priority for Rangers is the regular patrolling of special parking bays set aside for disabled persons, which can be misused by able-bodied drivers.
Motorists are advised to observe traffic restrictions and parking notices. Infringement Notices will be issued to offending motorists.
To ensure that there are adequate new names to service the needs of new subdivisional roads and any name changes, we maintain an ongoing list of appropriate names to be used for allocation to public places, reserves, roads and streets.
The lists comprises names already registered with Landgate on the approved names register and of names submitted by Council for inclusion on the register. It contains names of rare and/or endangered species and trees, shrubs and plants indigenous to the area, and pioneers of the area.
If you are interested in submitting a proposal for the naming or renaming of a locality, new subdivision, street, park or reserve please download the Naming of Roads, Streets, Parks and Reserves policy available under Publications for further information on the process.
Rural street numbering has been implemented within the Shire in accordance with a national model. The objective is to provide a uniform address to every rural and semi-rural property to make it easy to find a property, particularly in the event of an emergency.
Property numbers are based on the distance of the entrance to a property from the start of a road. Odd numbers are on the left and even numbers on the right. For example, the number 1902 refers to a property on the right side of a road that is 19.02 km from the road’s beginning. Number 325 is 3.25 km from the road’s beginning on the left side.
If you would like more information on how to obtain a number for your property please contact the Revenue Team on 9780 5205 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Crossovers are located within the road reserve, but it is the responsibility of the property owner to construct and maintain it.
The Shire encourages owners through a subsidy scheme to construct their first crossover to a residential property to the minimum standards. To be eligible to a subsidy the owner must submit a crossover application for assessment and construct the crossover to the Shire’s requirements.
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Margaret River WA 6285
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