Last Modified October 26, 2022
How to apply for a Blue Badge
- You can apply for a Blue Badge permit through the Hertfordshire County Council website here.
How to apply for a disabled bay
- If you are applying for a disabled bay within a CPZ, then you apply to us by completing the form below:
- If you are applying for a disabled bay outside of a CPZ, then you apply to Hertfordshire County Council, you can do this on their website here:
How can I park within a CPZ with a Disabled Badge?
Hertsmere Traffic Orders do not allow disabled badge holders to park in permit bays. Currently though we do allow some discretion and disabled badge holders can park in permit bays for a maximum of three hours, but the clock on the badge must be displayed.
How can I park outside a CPZ with a Disabled Badge?
You can park on yellow lines, without a loading ban, with your disabled badge for a maximum of three hours. But you must display and set your clock and you cannot return within one hour. You can also park for free where there is pay and display or if you park in an on street disabled bay.
How can I park in a Disabled Bay?
You can park for an unlimited amount of time in a disabled bay if there is no time limit on the sign. Where there is a time limit on the sign, usually on High Streets, you are restricted to this time and must display your clock.
How can I park within a Car Park with a Disabled Badge?
You can park for free, for an unlimited amount of time, within Hertsmere car parks but you must display your blue badge. You can find out more information about our car parks here: