• We have many car parks close to the city centre.
  • Our parking fines page has details of how to pay Excess Charges.

Council Car Parks

There are 37 car parks within the Stirling Council area.  These car parks are either pay and display or free.

  An Excess Charge Notice will be issued for the following reasons:

  • Parked without displaying a valid parking ticket
  • Parked with an expired parking ticket
  • Parked within a disabled bay without displaying the necessary blue badge
  • Parked within a residents bay without displaying the necessary residents parking permit
  • Parked with an incorrectly displayed parking ticket, eg no expiry details visible
  • Parked over two bays
  • Parked in excess of permitted time. 
Charges for Callander and Dunblane.
Charges for Dunblane
Spaces DPPS  
68 0
£0.60 – 2 hours
£1.10 – 4 hours
£2.40 – All day
Charges for Callander
Spaces DPPS  

Riverside - the Meadows

183 6
£1.90 – 2
£2.40 – 4
£2.90 – All day
Station Road 194 7
£1.90 – 2
£2.40 – 4
£2.90 – All day

Motor Home Parking

Motor home parking is permitted in any Stirling Council car park subject to the relevant pay and display charges. There are no specific parking bays for motor homes within our car parks although the driver should ensure that the motor home is parked within the boundary of one parking bay, ie not overhanging another parking bay at either the back or front of the vehicle and not straddling two parking bays.

It is also worth noting that sleeping overnight in a motor home parked in one of our car parks is prohibited.

Motorcycle Parking

There are bays within Stirling City Centre dedicated to motorcycle parking, however, motorcycles are also permitted to park free of charge and without limit of time in any of the Council's Pay and Display car parks.  

Decriminalised Parking Enforcement

Decriminalised Parking Enforcement (DPE) transfers the enforcement of all parking, waiting loading restrictions powers from the Police to the relevant local authority (in this case, Stirling Council). As a result illegal parking becomes a civil rather than a criminal matter.

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