Proposed changes to Salamander Village parking restrictions.


Port Stephens Council is proposing to change parking time limits at Salamander Village by establishing 2 hour parking in front of shops.

Project details

Council is asking business owners and residents what they think about the proposed changes to parking limits on the eastern side of Soldiers Point Road, between Randall Drive and Monkley Avenue, Salamander Bay.

Background

Local residents have made Council aware that long-term parkers are making it difficult to access shops and services at Salamander Village Shopping Centre. Parking is difficult for road users with the construction at Salamander Haven making the road very busy. Currently only about half of the shopping strip is covered by restrictions. Local Traffic Inspection Committee members discussed the need for turnover of parking in the vicinity of the services located in the shopping strip and feel that 2 hour parking restrictions would suit most businesses. The existing unrestricted parking is supported on the western side.


Have your say

Council is now seeking your comments about this proposal. The easiest way to provide feedback is to use our short online formal survey below.
You can also provide feedback by emailing to council@portstephens.nsw.gov.au or by mailing to PO Box 42, Raymond Terrace 2324. Please quote project name: Salamander Village parking.

The survey will close Sunday 28 April.


Port Stephens Council is proposing to change parking time limits at Salamander Village by establishing 2 hour parking in front of shops.

Project details

Council is asking business owners and residents what they think about the proposed changes to parking limits on the eastern side of Soldiers Point Road, between Randall Drive and Monkley Avenue, Salamander Bay.

Background

Local residents have made Council aware that long-term parkers are making it difficult to access shops and services at Salamander Village Shopping Centre. Parking is difficult for road users with the construction at Salamander Haven making the road very busy. Currently only about half of the shopping strip is covered by restrictions. Local Traffic Inspection Committee members discussed the need for turnover of parking in the vicinity of the services located in the shopping strip and feel that 2 hour parking restrictions would suit most businesses. The existing unrestricted parking is supported on the western side.


Have your say

Council is now seeking your comments about this proposal. The easiest way to provide feedback is to use our short online formal survey below.
You can also provide feedback by emailing to council@portstephens.nsw.gov.au or by mailing to PO Box 42, Raymond Terrace 2324. Please quote project name: Salamander Village parking.

The survey will close Sunday 28 April.

Proposed changes to Salamander Village Parking Restrictions

Please complete this short survey to help Council make decisions that will benefit your local community.

CLOSED: This survey has concluded.