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Disabled people with reduced mobility who have difficulty getting to and from a public parking space may be eligible for a specially marked parking space at their house. Such parking spaces, commonly called P-parks, are set up at the legal residence of individuals and only on land owned by the City of Reykjavik.
To be eligible for a specially marked P-space, you must meet the following criteria:
not be allocated if a parking space is included in the applicant's apartment.
You fill in the form of an application on My Pages. It also requires the submission of the following supporting documents:
A property transfer agreement may be requested if parking information accompanying a property is not available.
What happens next?
The application is taken for processing at a service centre. The CoR's confidential doctor reviews medical certificates and calls for necessary information from the CoR's Environmental Protection and Planning Directorate, the Parking Fund and the Metropolitan Police.
As a result of this, the application is processed at a meeting of a committee composed of representatives of the welfare, environment and logistics and the confidential doctor of the city of Reykjavik. Thereafter, a written agreement is concluded with a provision on the notification requirement for changing circumstances, e.g. if they move or no longer have a need for the stand. The duration of this contract is a maximum of 5 years.
The CoR has a sign made at the P site and installed. The applicant pays for the sign itself, but not the installation. If changes need to be made to the streets or parking lots in the city's country due to the installation of the sign, this is at the expense of the City of Reykjavik.
For more information, contact the staff of the Laugardalur and Highland Service Centres.