Hurstville City Council issues penalty notices for activities including:
- parking infringements
- illegal building
- food regulation breaches
- illegal dumping, littering and pollution
- unlawful use of premises
- non-compliance with fire regulations.
If you believe there are special circumstances that apply to your case, or you wish to seek leniency, you can request a review of the penalty by the State Debt Recovery Office.
In November 2011, Council also set up the Commonsense Parking Panel as an avenue for community members to appeal parking infringements they believe is unjust. A PIN Review application form must be completed and returned to Council to request the review. Council will then contact the State Debt Recovery Office to advise of the appeal and ask for the due date of the fine to be extended until the matter is determined.
Download PIN Review Application Form (27.72kB)
If Council has taken a photo of the infringement, you can view the images by contacting our Law Enforcement Unit.
To contact Council’s Law Enforcement Unit, telephone 9330 6222.
State Debt Recovery Office - alternatively, telephone 1300 138 118.
The resident parking permit scheme in George Street and Cook Street, Mortdale is currently under review.
All issued resident parking permits have the expiry date 30/06/13. Council will not be issuing any new permits. Any issued permit is valid.
Hurstville City Council's enforcement team have been informed and therefore residents can be assured that they will not receive any penalty for displaying an expired permit.
Residents will receive a notice about this by 7th July 2013