Double yellow lines are being looked into along three streets in Cheslyn Hay after residents complained about inconsiderate and dangerous parking.
The problems have been identified along Landywood Lane, Leveson Avenue and Sutherland Road.
Bosses at South Staffordshire Council will be discussing the matter at a meeting tomorrow.
If they agree the problem is getting worse, double yellow lines could be painted along the three roads to rectify the matter.
Cheslyn Hay North councillor Michael Boyle said today: “There is a general traffic problem in Cheslyn Hay.
“It has grown so much in size and the roads can’t cope with the amount of traffic coming through.
“All three roads in question are quite narrow and there are no double yellow lines down them.
“The parking is quite dangerous down there. People in Cheslyn Hay have nowhere to park.”
After the meeting, the council will speak to residents in the three streets to find out if they want parking restrictions brought in.
Councillor Boyle added: “This is obviously a problem as it’s coming before the parking committee.
“After the meeting is held, residents will be asked if they want parking restrictions or not.
“And they won’t be introduced unless we get a good firm majority of residents that are in favour.”
A report to the joint parking committee states: “Issues have been raised regarding inconsiderate and dangerous parking along these residential streets.
“Landywood Lane nearing its junction with the High Street is protected by double yellow lines but thereafter there are no traffic regulation orders in place.”
Councillor Boyle also said ongoing parking problems in High Street, Cheslyn Hay, were being discussed at the meeting. One business has complained of problems with arriving deliveries and parking for their customers as other motorists are parking there. Restrictive parking times for a short section of High Street could be introduced.