Disabled parking in Weymouth and Portland
Disabled badge holders using any of Weymouth and Portland Borough Council's pay and display car parks are subject to the same pay and display charges as apply to other car park users. Whenever leaving your vehicle in one of these car parks, please ensure that a valid pay and display ticket is clearly displayed upon it. However, provided that at least the minimum tariff payable has been paid, disabled persons' vehicles are entitled to park for a maximum period of one hour in excess of the period of parking time which has been paid for.
On those car parks which have marked parking bays, all vehicles are to be parked within the bay markings. The pay and display charges apply in respect of each space which is either wholly or partly occupied by a vehicle. Parking on double yellow lines or on yellow hatched areas within the car parks is not permitted.
On some of our car parks we have provided extra-wide designated 'disabled' parking spaces and we are in the process of introducing more of these. In order to prevent abuse of this facility, all vehicles which are parked within these 'disabled' spaces must have a valid blue badge clearly displayed upon them, as well as a valid pay and display ticket.
Some spaces within our car parks are designated for use by other users (such as permit holders), or for use by specific types of vehicle (such as solo motorcycles). Blue badge holders may not park their vehicles in these spaces unless they also hold the relevant permit, or unless their vehicle is of the type for which that space has been reserved.
Disabled space availability in Weymouth and Portland car parks
Most car parks in Weymouth have disabled parking bays. See our car parks map for further information.