School Zone Safety
Hornsby Shire Council has teamed up with the NSW Police Force for a joint campaign to make school zones safer for our children. Find out more.
Motorcycle Crash Card
The motorcycle Crash Card is a small card that motorcyclists and their passengers can carry in their helmets. The card provides emergency service personnel with the rider’s personal information saving valuable time and assisting with treatment, especially if the rider is either unconscious or unable to communicate. Find out more.
A Shared Zone is a road or network of roads where the road space is shared safely by vehicles and pedestrians. Find out more.
Distracted - Pedestrian Safety
Hornsby Shire Council together with Ku-ring-gai, North Sydney, Lane Cove, Mosman, Northern Beaches, Ryde and Willoughby Councils, in partnership with the Roads & Maritime Services (RMS) are working to make pedestrians more aware of the dangers of distraction while using mobile devices when out and about. Find out more
Child Car Seat Voucher Program
Hornsby Shire Council runs a child car seat safety check voucher program for residents and rate payers. Find out more
New 40km/h Road Rule
A new road rule is now in place in NSW requiring motorists to slow down to 40km/h when passing stationary emergency vehicles displaying blue or red flashing lights. Find out more
Sydney Metro Northwest – Parking Management Strategy
The $8.3 billion Sydney Metro Northwest railway will open in 2019. Sydney Metro is preparing a Parking Management Strategy to address any impacts to streets around the stations and to help ensure safe and efficient access for all customers.
Have your say on the proposed parking strategy until Monday 17 December 2018.
- RMS road rules and regulations - More information about traffic and parking regulations.
- State Debt Recovery Office - More information about your options if you receive a penalty notice.
- Parking legally in school zones
- Fees and Charges - 42.8kb
Looking for your infringement photos?
In the first instance, please go the NSW State Revenue website and enter your Penalty Notice Number and the Date of Offence.
If you are unable to find photos of your infringement on the NSW State Revenue website, please fill in a Council parking infringement photo request form.