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L'înformâtion et les sèrvices publyis pouor I'Île dé Jèrri

Parking discs

​​Buy a parking disc and cost

You can buy parking discs from St Helier's Town Hall or the Parking Control Office in Sand Street. Parking discs cost £2.

How to use a parking disc

Parking discs display your arrival time. There are 3 red cardboard discs on a parking disc, which must be turned to show:

  • hour
  • 10th, 20th, 30th minute, or else
  • first, second, third minute, or else

For example, if you parked your car at 10.46, you would rotate the discs to show:

  • [10] on the first disc (hour)
  • [4] on the second disc (40th minute)
  • [6] on the third disc (sixth minute)

If you do not have a parking disc you can use paycards instead.

Disabled blue parking discs

You can use yellow or blue parking discs.

Disabled parking (blue badge)

When are parking fines issued

You'll get a parking fine if:

  • any of the details on your parking disc are not visible or are incorrect
  • you park for longer than your parking disc is valid for
  • you stay longer than the maximum time restriction in a parking area
  • you return to the same road within 1 hour of leaving that road

Where you can use a parking disc

There are several areas in St Helier where you can park using your parking disc and other locations around the Island.

Parking disc areas in St Helier

Areas with 10 minutes limit:

  • Beresford Street (outside the Central Market)
  • ​La Rue De L'Etau

Areas with 10 minute limit (8am to midnight only) 

  • ​Cheapside
  • ​Peirson Road

Areas with 2 hours limit:

  • ​La Ruette Pinel
  • ​Dongola Road
  • ​Hastings Road ​(8am to 5pm only)
  • ​Westmount Road
  • ​Roseville Street

Areas with 3 hours limit:

  • ​Richmond Road
  • ​Le Clos Vaze
  • ​West Hill
  • ​Vallee des Vaux
  • ​Cleveland Avenue
  • ​Cleveland Road
  • ​Nelson Avenue
  • ​Queen's Avenue
  • ​Raleigh Avenue
  • ​Rodney Avenue
  • ​Mount Bingham
  • ​Dury Lane
  • ​Old St Andrew's Road
  • Old Trinity Hill​
  • ​Rue de Trachy (north only)
  • ​South Hill
  • ​Upper Clarendon Road

​Areas with 12 hours limit in any 24 hours:

  • ​Rue de Trachy
  • ​first 12 spaces, layby 5 (after First Tower), on Victoria Avenue from 1 October to 31 March only. Paycards or PaybyPhone must be used from 1 April to 30 September, 8am to 5pm
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