Here are sample Pay & Display notices. Always read them carefully. The individual zones can be identified by a colour strip on the Pay & Display street signs and machines.
No parking or stopping during hours indicated on time plate. Clearway Restrictions supersede all other parking restrictions.
Cycle tracks operate on a 24 hour basis unless otherwise indicated on a time plate. A mandatory cycle track is indicated by a solid white line. Vehicles other than a cycle or mechanically propelled wheelchair may not use a mandatory cycle track. A non mandatory cycle track is indicated by a broken white line. No parking allowed except while actively loading/unloading a maximum of 30 minutes.
Disabled Parking Bays
No parking at any time except where a valid disabled person’s parking permit is displayed in the vehicle. The person to whom the badge was issued must always accompany the vehicle when it is being parked.
No parking during hours indicated on the time plate (usually 07.00 – 19.00 Monday – Saturday). Only vehicles with a goods tax disc can use loading bays while actively loading/unloading for a maximum of 30 minutes.
Single Yellow Lines & Double Yellow Lines
Parking on Double Yellow Lines is not allowed at any time. Do not park on Single Yellow Lines during the time shown. Check the signs on the street.
A vehicle cannot be driven or parked in a pedestrian area during the period indicated on the time plate.
Parking is restricted (including paid parking) to buses/coaches on a 24 hour basis unless otherwise indicated on a time plate. Maximum stay for buses/coaches is also indicated on the time plate.
Other Parking Restrictions
It is illegal to park in a way which interferes with traffic flow or obstructs or endangers other road users, for example: Opposite a continuous white line. On a footpath (either partly or wholly). Within 5 metres of a junction. Within 15 metres on the approach side or 5 metres on the other side of a pedestrian crossing or traffic lights. At a school entrance. Obstructing any entrance for vehicles except with the occupier’s consent. On a grass margin or median strip.
Taxi Ranks/Bus Stops
Parking is not allowed at any time.
Heavy Vehicles Parking Restrictions
All vehicles whose unladen weight is 3.5 tonnes or over are prohibited from parking on-street within the Meath County Council administrative area, except at designated locations. Signs have been erected on the boundaries to Meath County Council’s administrative area indicating that these parking restrictions are in force. The restrictions will not apply to vehicles that are actively loading or unloading. Any heavy vehicle that contravenes these restrictions may be issued with an on-the-spot fine.
Pay online for your parking fines in Kells, Navan and Trim, using the secure web payment system, or call 046 909 7000 ext. 7468.