Parking

We enforce various parking restrictions within the Town that residents must abide by. View the Town's Parking and Traffic By-law for complete information.

Parking Permits

Visiting Home Health Care Professional Parking Permits

A visiting Health Care Professional is someone who provides health care to residents who are confined to their homes such that that they rely on others for essential services.

A visiting Health Care Professional can apply for annual parking permits.

Additional Information:

  • Cheque, cash, debit or credit card payment accepted
  • Permits are for the explicit use of home visits only
  • Permit is valid for 12 months, for maximum parking time of 8 hours
  • Permit does not apply to parking in front of fire hydrants, signed areas or to be allowed to block the safe passage of snow clearing equipment
  • Permits will be available for pick-up or sent out by mail within 10 business days after receiving paperwork. 
  • Permits requested to be sent by mail will be sent to the employer’s address
  • Permits are non-refundable

Five-hour limits

There is a five-hour parking limit restriction within the Town. For zones where parking is restricted to less than five hours, please follow the allotted time limits.

If you park in a prohibited area or do not follow the assigned time limits, you will be subject to fines and/or the vehicle may be towed.

Winter parking restrictions

View our winter parking restrictions within the Town.

Unassumed roads

Developers of new subdivisions may post unassumed road signs in new subdivisions. The developer is responsible for road and sidewalk maintenance until the municipality assumes them when completed.

However, all services and by-laws still apply to the subdivision and are subject to enforcement by police and municipal law enforcement officers.

Paying parking tickets

Find out how to pay a parking ticket.