Coronavirus health, care and volunteer workers parking pass
We are providing free temporary parking passes for NHS workers, social care workers and NHS volunteer responders to enable them to access parking concessions during the coronavirus emergency response period.
Passes will initially be activated on application and will be valid for as long as the Government deems necessary as part of its response to the virus. We reserve the right to carry out checks to ensure the passes are being used appropriately, as required. We will update pass holders with important information when necessary. Please check this web page regularly for updates.
Where you can park
In Surrey, pass holders are allowed to park for free and without time limit in or on:
- single yellow lines
- permit parking bays
- paid for parking bays on street (ie pay and display / pay by phone / voucher parking bays)
- short-stay free parking bays on street
- council operated car parks.
Pass holders are not permitted to park in or on:
- the footway or pavement
- double yellow lines
- bus stops
- zig-zag markings
- disabled parking bays
- loading bays
- car club bays.
How to apply for your free temporary parking pass
Please go to the temporary parking pass application form and fill in your details. Please take care to ensure all the details are correct, then click the submit button and your pass will be sent to you in an email.
For more information about these parking passes, please see the guidance on the gov.uk website.