Disabled Placards

There are 3 types of Disabled Placards:

 Short Term

The short term Disabled Placard can only be valid for a maximum of 12 months. Individuals who are suffering from short term disabilities can apply.

A doctor must complete a disabled placard application before you can obtain a short term disabled placard. After your doctor completes the Disabled Placard application, come into the Gold Key Registries office and submit it to one of our staff members. They can assist you in obtaining your short term Disabled Placard.

A service charge applies.

The Disabled Placard Application Form can be downloaded here.

 Long Term

Long term Disabled Placards are valid for a maximum of five years.
When your Disabled Placard is expired you can apply to renew it.

To apply for a long term Disabled Placard, your doctor must complete an application form on your behalf. After the completion of the Disabled Placard form, come into the Gold Key Registries office and submit your application to one of our friendly staff members. They can assist you in obtaining your long term Disabled Placard.

A service charge applies.

The Disabled Placard Application Form can be downloaded here.

 Permanent

Permanent Disabled Placards are valid for a maximum of five years.
When your Disabled Placard is expired you can apply to renew it.

To re-apply for a Permanent Disabled Placard, you must complete the self declaration section of the form and submit your application to one of our friendly staff members. They can assist you in obtaining your Permanent Disabled Placard.

A service charge applies.

The Disabled Placard Application Form can be downloaded here.

If the disabled applicant is unable to attend, a friend or relative can apply for the disabled placard on their behalf. One piece of the applicants identification must be presented.

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