If there is a Canada Post service disruption, there will be a delay in the delivery of your parking permit. If you successfully purchased a permit, you will be allowed to park in the permit zone without displaying a permit.
The permit will be mailed to you when the service disruption has ended. When you do receive your permit, please place it immediately on your vehicle to avoid getting a ticket.
Did you know your annual parking permit expires August 31, 2016?
Buy your permit for the coming year starting August 1.
A residential parking permit ensures that you have priority parking on the street in your neighbourhood.
Residential parking programs are created in areas where there is a high demand for parking. This can include neighbourhoods with schools, hospitals, or busy commercial areas.
Streets with residential parking combine restricted resident parking with time-limited and unregulated spaces for visitors.
A vehicle is exempt from the residential parking rules if it is:
Find out how to buy your annual residential parking permit online, over the phone, or in person. Please phone 3-1-1 if you did not receive your permit in the mail within 10 business days.
If you changed your vehicle, or your parking decal is lost, damaged, or stolen, you can get a replacement. Find out how.
If you or a guest need short-term parking in your neighbourhood, you can get a temporary permit. Find out how.
If you no longer need street parking in your neighbourhood and have more than 1 month left on your parking permit, you can get a partial refund. Find out how.
Check our map to find out what parking zone you live in, and learn the current annual fee for your permit.