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:
Did you know your annual parking permit expires March 31, 2017?
Buy your permit for the coming year starting March 1.
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.