Ballina Municipal District adopted Parking Places Bye-Laws, Car Park Bye-Laws and Taxi Bye-Laws to regulate and manage traffic and Ballina:
Bye-laws are in place to facilitate proper, efficient traffic management. Community Wardens ensure adherence to these bye-laws through ongoing monitoring in each of the towns.
Pay a Parking Fine
You may pay a Fine in person at Ballina Municipal District, Civic Offices, Arran Place, Ballina or by telephoning 094 906 4400.
Pay and Display
Pay & Display Parking is in place in designated areas in Ballina to ensure the continuous flow of traffic and the availability of parking for use by those using services in the town.
Zone 1 (Red): Seventy cent (70c) per hour and a valid parking ticket shall be valid for use in all three zones.
Zone 2 (Orange): Fifty cent (50c) per hour and a valid parking ticket shall also be valid for use in Zone 3
Zone 3 (Green): Forty cent (40c) per hour and a valid parking ticket shall be valid in Zone 3 only.
A Monthly Parking Permit may be purchased by all members of the public to enable them to park in either a long stay or short stay car park for the duration of one month.
A Monthly Parking Permit does not authorise parking in a prohibited manner or place. A Monthly Parking Permit is only valid for the car park schedule indicated on the permit.
Red Zone: Emmet Street & Teeling Street Car Parks €45 per month
Orange Zone: Humbert Street Car Park €35 per month
Green Zone: Bachelors Walk & Barrett Street Car Parks €10 per month
Residents Parking Permits
A Residents Parking Permit is a permit that can be obtained from Mayo County Council for residents who reside in areas where pay and display/disc parking is operated. An application form and accompanying documentation must be submitted to Mayo County Council. Applications will only be accepted from the person who wishes to obtain the permit and only if the form is fully completed and accompanied by all required documentation. Mayo County Council reserves the right to ask for additional information to support applications or renewals. Only one permit is allowed per applicant.
Possession of a Residents Parking Permit does not guarantee the holder a public parking space. A Residents Parking Permit does not authorise parking in a prohibited manner or place. A Residents Parking Permit is only valid for the vehicle and street/s indicated on the permit.
Application Forms are HERE for New residents parking permits, Renewal of Residents Parking Permits and Change of Vehicle, are available from and may be returned when completed to the following office:
Ballina Municipal District, Civic Offices, Arran Place, Ballina - Telephone (094) 906 4400
Disabled Parking Permit
A person who suffers from a disability may be eligible for a Disabled Persons Parking Permit.
These permits are not issued by Mayo County Council, but are issued by both the Disabled Drivers Association of Ireland and by The Irish Wheelchair Association.
Parking Fines Appeals Procedure
If you wish to appeal a Parking Fine, you must submit your appeal in writing to:
Ballina Municipal District, Civic Offices, Arran Place, Ballina, Co Mayo
Or by email to email@example.com