The aim of the toolkit is to encourage those who drive to school in Kent to think about their journey and take responsibility for parking with care to help make the area near and around the school a safer place for pupils.
To access the downloads area please enter your school name, District and postcode.
To report parking problems outside your school please call your local Parking Enforcement office.
|Ashford Borough Councilemail@example.com||01233 331 111|
|Canterbury City Councilfirstname.lastname@example.org||01227 862 000|
|Dartford Borough Councilemail@example.com||01322 343 131|
|Dover District Councilfirstname.lastname@example.org||01304 872 008|
|Gravesham Borough Coucilemail@example.com||01322 343 131|
|Maidstone District Councilfirstname.lastname@example.org||01622 602 000|
|Sevenoaks District Councilemail@example.com||01732 227 000|
|Shepway District Councilfirstname.lastname@example.org||01303 858 660|
|Swale District Councilemail@example.com||01795 417 850|
|Thanet District Councilfirstname.lastname@example.org||01843 577 473|
|Tonbridge & Malling Borough Councilemail@example.com||01732 876 034|
|Tunbridge Wells Borough Councilfirstname.lastname@example.org||01892 526 121|
You may also want to request the presence of a Civil Enforcement Officer to support your Responsible Parking Campaign.
Should you require police presence please contact your local PCSO or visit the Kent police website.
For support and further help with promoting the Responsible Parking initiative please contact your local Community Warden. If your area is not covered by a warden please ask for help from a Support Warden. www.kent.gov.uk/communitywardens
Requesting local Highway changes
For enquires connected to road markings, extending or moving zig zag lines, pedestrian guard railings or any other safety measures near to the school please click here or telephone 03000 41 81 81.
School Crossing Patrol
For enquiries and information on School Crossing Patrols please click here.
Promoting responsible parking & other sustainable travel modes
To support the responsible parking campaign you might want to promote other sustainable options for those parents who have to drive. Our toolkit, designed for school use, focuses on the need to keep the school entrance safe and congestion free by encouraging safer driving behaviour. However, you will probably want to encourage parents and pupils to think about alternative transport options and initiatives for getting to school.
For more Ideas on creating personalised campaigns and encouraging safer parking around your school, check out "Get Involved - Schools."