Grace Period for Time-Limited Parking Offences
In July 2012, City Council amended the Parking Ticket Cancellation Guidelines document to incorporate a 10-minute time allowance for all time-limited offences. Customers who wish to submit their ticket for grace period consideration can do so by emailing their request to firstname.lastname@example.org
or by fax at 416-696-4194. More information
Renew residential permit parking on-line
The opportunity to renew your parking permits on-line has now passed.
This service will once again be available at the start of the next
permit parking renewal cycle.
Car-Share Vehicle Parking Areas (CVPAs)
Applications are now being accepted by Transportation Services from Car-share Organizations/Companies for the creation of additional on-street car-share vehicle parking areas (CVPAs). Learn more about the CVPAs program
Parking Ticket Cancellation Guidelines
The public version of the parking ticket cancellation guidelines
outline the circumstances in which a parking ticket can be cancelled and the evidence required to support a cancellation.
Parking for buses in Toronto
The City of Toronto has identified several parking spaces that can be used by buses in the downtown core, surrounding central business district and Portlands areas. Learn more about the information and maps
Fines increased for accessible parking in fire routes
Fines have been increased
for three parking violations in the City – parking in spots designated for accessible parking, illegally parking along fire routes and parking near fire hydrants.
Temporary on-street parking permit available on-line
Provided space is available, a temporary on-street parking permit may now be purchased on-line by residents and their visitors to park a motor vehicle on a street designated under the permit parking program. Using this on-line service
, you will receive confirmation of the transaction and can print the permit yourself.
Parking at TTC lots
Please visit the TTC's Parking webpage
for information on the use of TTC parking lots.
If you are a homeowner or contractor planning a renovation, demolition,
construction or landscaping project, you may need to apply for special
permits if any part of the work takes place within the public right
of way. more...