The Blue Badge enables individuals to park in designated parking spaces which are convenient for amenities like shops, surgeries etc.
You can apply for a Blue Badge for yourself, or a relative can apply on your behalf. There will be no cost for the badge.
An organisation which cares for disabled people can apply too. There will be a £10 fee for badges for organisations.
More information about who is eligible for a Blue Badge and how to use it correctly can be found on the Welsh Government Website - Blue Badge Scheme or by viewing Gwynedd Council's Blue Badge Guidelines on this site.
Apply for a Blue Badge
You need to make a new application for a Blue Badge every 3 years. You can apply:
You will need to send specific evidence documents with your application - the details are on the application form. If the application is on behalf of an organisation a fee of £10 must be paid - more details are available in Gwynedd Council's Blue Badge Guidelines.
Lost / stolen / damaged badge
If your badge is stolen, contact the police for a crime reference number then, contact us to get a new badge. If you have a crime reference number there will be no fee.
If your badge is damaged or lost you can apply for a replacement. A cost of £10 will apply for the replacement badge. Contact us:
Change of details
If you move to Gwynedd from another area, contact the council who issued your badge.
If there are changes to your details (e.g. your address) contact us. There will be a fee of £10 if the badge needs to be reset before the 3 years come to an end.
You can find more information about the Blue Badge scheme in Gwynedd by viewing Gwynedd Council's Blue Badge Guidelines or going to the Welsh Government Website - Blue Badge Scheme. If you cannot find an answer to your question, contact us:
Remember: it's a crime to misuse a Blue Badge - you may receive a fine of up to £1000. You can view guidelines on how to use the Blue Badge correctly on the Welsh Government Website - Blue Badge Scheme.