REGULAR patrons of the Coolum Civic Centre are calling on Council to immediately replace the sole disability car park removed from the venue.
Coolum Senior Citizens Club president Alan Choma said the disability signage on the park was painted over a couple of weeks ago.
"We get people complaining about it all the time," he said.
"If anything we need more, they shouldn't be taking them away.
Division 9 candidate Linda Morrell brought the issues to the attention of Council after meeting the seniors group whilst campaigning.
"The seniors feel very let down by the council regarding parking. Access is rather difficult with only one disabled parking space and perhaps another one on the way. Both spaces provided are set away from the buildings. As a community, we have to listen and help."
Ms Morrell called on council to renovate a grassed area outside the Civic Centre for more parks.
"Sensible strategies and using a good, commonsense approach will solve these parking problems," she said.
A Sunshine Coast Council spokesman said the disability park in question was for the nearby Coolum Community Centre and was not to present standards.
"It was removed when the new disabled bay was installed close to the community centre," the spokesman said.
"A new disabled bay is in the future works program for the civic centre."
It is unknown when the disability parks will be reinstated.