Mayor Dave Griffiths said the City’s main concern was its residents.
‘The restrictions will help ensure that people who live in streets around train stations are not inconvenienced by commuters who want to avoid paying for parking,’ he said.
‘Safety is our main priority and congestion of suburban streets, especially around schools and businesses, is dangerous.’
The City will issue warnings to rule-breakers during the transition period, but may start fining people if these have no effect.
It is presently installing signage and restrictions will be enforceable when this is complete.
For more information, visit www.gosnells. wa.gov.au or call Ranger Services on 9397 3000.