Blue Badge

Blue Badge - Permit to park in reserved places

The Blue Badge is a legal document and is issued by the Commission for the Rights of Persons with Disability to persons who are entitled to the Special Identity Card and have severe and permanent or temporary mobility impairment.

Download the Blue Badge fact sheet here

To apply, download and fill the mandatory pages;

Page (2) Client’s details

Page (3) Doctor’s

Page (5) Blue Badge

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Also note that you need 2 passport photos certified on their back and

€11.50 payable in the exact amount if cash or by cheque payable to CRPD.

Present to CRPD offices


Apply for a Blue Badge online

Fill in and submit a New application or Renewal application online.

A non-refundable administrative fee of €11.50 applies when you are applying for the first time (New application only).

Applying for a Blue Badge

Applicants may qualify for a Blue Badge on a permanent or temporary basis after appointment.

If the Blue Badge is issued on a permanent basis the applicant is only requested to see a professional once. Present holders of the Blue Badge who need to have it renewed and have never attended an appointment need to be seen by a professional upon renewal. Temporary Blue Badge holders need to attend another appointment when it needs to be renewed.

Both permanent and temporary Blue Badge holders need to pay a one time fee of €11.50 payable in the exact amount if cash or by cheque payable to CRPD.

If the application for a Blue Badge is rejected, the applicant can appeal to the Blue Sticker Appeals Board which is chaired by the Office of the Commissioner of Police. The appeal must be made in writing to the Secretary of this Board.

Benefits of the Blue Badge

Those persons in possession of the Blue Badge are entitled to have the vehicle in which they are travelling parked in public places reserved for persons with disability with the Blue Badge prominently placed against the windscreen.

All EU Member States have an identical Blue Sticker and it can be used in all these countries and vice versa.

Blue Badge Renewal and Termination

Renewal of these documents is the responsibility of the holder.

All individuals making use of the Blue Badge (BB) are kindly advised to take action and renew the relevant documents at least (3/4) three-four weeks before expiry date..

Should the information on the Blue Badge become illegible, the holder should contact CRPD and ask for it to be replaced.
If the Card is lost, the holder must present a police report to  CRPD for a new card to be issued.

NOTE: Documents in question are legal documents and thus, in the case of the owners death, the document must immediately be returned to CRPD.

If this is not done, two notices are issued by CRPD after which it requests the Commissioner of Police to collect it.