Where can I park in West Sussex?
All of the on-street parking restrictions (parking bays, yellow
lines, loading bays etc) that currently apply in West Sussex can be
viewed on the
Traffic Regulation Order (TRO) Map. The TRO Map also outlines
when particular restrictions were introduced or changed.
Off-street Car parks in West Sussex are the responsibility of
the district and borough councils (or in some cases a private
contractor). Find your District or Borough council and view contact
details. Further information is provided below with links to
relevant pages on the District and Borough councils' web sites.
Find a local Car park simply by inserting a post code or place
name, for example, Horsham, West Sussex and you will be able to
find your desired location via a map.
Current capacity of car parks
The following map-based system shows the current
capacity of car parks across West Sussex only where this
information is available, together with current and future planned
This database links the information from various traffic control
systems into one user-friendly interface that provides a real-time
feed to the website.
Adur District Council runs several Car parks in the district,
all of which are now pay and display. Find out more about parking in
Within the Arun district, there are 26 pay-and-display Car parks
in or close to the town centres and seafronts of Littlehampton and
Bognor Regis, as well as Arundel town centre. Find out more about
All pay and display car parks in Chichester are open 24
hours a day, seven days a week including public and bank holidays.
You can pay at the machines using cash or a parking card, debit or
credit card within some of the car parks. Fees are in operation
seven days a week within Chichester city. Find out more
Crawley Borough Council is responsible for a number of public
Car parks in the town centre. There are 4 multi-storey public Car
parks in the town centre as well as a number of other surface Car
parks. Find out more about parking
The careful control of on-street parking in town centres is
considered to be a prerequisite for effective traffic management
and the promotion of alternatives to the car. Find out more about
parking in Horsham
Mid Sussex District
Mid Sussex District Council is responsible for the
pay-and-display Car parks in Haywards Heath, Burgess Hill, and East
Grinstead. Find out more about parking
in Mid Sussex.
Within Worthing, there are 10 car parks in or close to the town
centre. The Car parks provide in excess of 2,000 spaces in Worthing
town centre. Find out more about parking in
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