Last updated: November 25, 2020 at 9 a.m.
In response to the City of Toronto entering the Grey – Lockdown category of the Province of Ontario’s COVID-19 response framework, the City has relaunched the application process for Temporary Parking Pick-Up Zones under the CurbTO program.
Temporary Parking Pick-up Zones are intended to support quick food, medicine and merchandise pick-ups by allowing residents to park for free for up to 10 minutes in close proximity to a business offering curbside or delivery services. At this time, Curb Lane Pedestrian Zones to allow for physical distancing for customer queues are not possible due to winter maintenance activities.
All open businesses should read the tips for businesses offering curbside pickup and follow advice from public health experts by planning to manage physical distancing for customers and employees, both inside and outside their stores; support proper hand hygiene; keep surfaces and objects clean; and find ways to limit contact between people.
Please note: This map shows installations that have been installed; for information about planned installations please email curbTO@toronto.ca
Businesses offering pick-up, take-out or delivery services may qualify for a temporary (10-minute) priority Parking Pick-Up Zone.
This program is being offered city-wide and includes limited signage installations, provided by the City, where required.
Maintaining a minimum pedestrian clearway of 2.1 metres is essential to ensure that all pedestrians can move safely along an unobstructed sidewalk, especially those using mobility devices, strollers and other similar apparatus.
In order to leave room for pedestrians and to promote physical distancing, please consider these customer line-up tips outside your business: