We are responsible for all on-street parking in Devon. District councils are responsible for their own local car parks.
Update: new £1 coins in pay and display machines
All of our machines now accept new style £1.00, 50p, 20p and 10p coins. Round £1 coins can no longer be used. Remember you can also use our mobile phone cashless payment system to pay for parking. Not registered with Phone and Pay yet? Register here or download the app from the App Store or Google Play.
In this section of the site you can:
- pay or appeal a parking ticket
- apply for a residents’ parking permit
- apply for a parking dispensation to park on the road while carrying out work
- search and view new and existing Traffic Regulation Orders (including the Teignmouth traffic management review).
All parking restrictions are governed by our current Devon consolidated traffic order. This explains all current parking prohibitions and restrictions, and all valid pay and display zones and permit zones.
Since April 2014 Devon County Council has provided an in-house on-street service, you can find out how our service has performed during the first two years of operation here:
We publish our parking ticket statistics showing how many tickets have been issued in each town. As some tickets are still going through the appeals process, these figures are always published in arrears.
Use our Traffweb map to:
- view traffic restrictions
- find permit bays and pay and display parking
- find bus stops and taxi ranks
- view collision data.
How is parking revenue spent?
Money generated by the parking service is typically spent on enforcing parking restrictions, maintaining equipment such as pay and display machines, public transport and improving parking areas. The way money is spent is agreed annually by the Cabinet and is published in our County Road Highway Maintenance Revenue Budget and On-street Parking Account.