Q: Where can I park with a Residential Parking Permit?
A: Residential parking permits allow you to park in residential parking zones and time-restricted parking zones. As long as you obey traffic bylaws, you may park anywhere in the restricted area or zone for which you have a permit.
Residential parking permits are NOT valid in ParkPlus zones. If you choose to park in a ParkPlus zone, payment is required.
Residential Parking Permits do not allow vehicles to be parked in violation of safety or traffic flow restrictions. These include areas such as:
- No parking zones;
- No stopping zones;
- Parking with 5 m of a fire hydrant;
- Parking within 5 m of a crosswalk;
- Any other posted parking restrictions.
Visitor permits are only valid within 150m of the resident’s address.