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Heavy vehicle parking

Council receives many complaints regarding heavy vehicle parking in on-street locations within residential areas.

Heavy vehicles may create unsafe environments for other road users by causing an obstruction or impeding vision. Further, pedestrians may be forced onto roads and motorists to the wrong side of the road in order to pass these vehicles.

To maintain the amenity and scenic quality of residential, environmentally sensitive and rural areas within the Campbelltown Local Government Area and to regulate the number of heavy vehicles parked within these areas Campbelltown City Council has adopted certain development standards(535KB, PDF) under the Campbelltown (Sustainable City) Development Control Plan 2015.

It is an offence under the Road Rules 2014 regulations to stand a heavy/long vehicle (with a Gross Vehicle Mass of 4.5 tonne or greater or longer than 7.5m) on a street in a built up area for longer than 1 hour.

For information regarding noise (truck start and warm up times) see our Neighbourhood Noise page.

Council sign posted areas for heavy and long vehicle parking

The areas nominated below are sign posted to allow heavy/long vehicle parking from 5pm to 7am Monday to Friday and all day Saturday and Sunday:

  • Airds Road, Leumeah (from Plough Inn Road to Swaffam Road)
  • Swaffam Road, Minto (off Airds Road)
  • Stennett Road, Ingleburn (from Williamson Road to Inglis Road)

You can report heavy vehicle/truck parking to Council online or call Customer Service on 02 4645 4000.

Fine amounts

Penalty Notice fine amounts vary depending on the offence they are issued for. Loss of demerit points may also apply for certain offences. For further information and details on penalty notice offences and penalties that apply please refer to the Roads and Maritime Services website.

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