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By-law Enforcement Department proactively enforces the Town's parking rules and regulations.

  • No Stopping Zones are not designated for stationary vehicles -- you many not stop nor park your vehicle in these designated areas. Please watch for signs.
  • Bus Stops (Zones) are reserved school buses for the safe loading and unloading of passengers. Stopping or parking your vehicle during prohibited times (8 a.m. to 9 a.m. and 3 p.m. to 4 p.m.) in a bus stop will result in fines.
  • Commercial Loading Zones are reserved for commercial vehicles during the days and hours posted.
  • Accessible Parking Zones are parking spaces with a regulation sign bearing a wheelchair symbol are reserved for a driver/passenger with an accessible parking permit. These spaces are conveniently located to assist those with mobility issues.
  • No Parking Areas allow only for brief stopping of vehicles while loading or unloading passengers.
  • Parking near Intersections is not permitted within 9 metres of a corner or intersection.
  • Winter Parking Regulations prohibit parking on any Town streets, municipal lots or Town property from November 1 to April 15, between the hours of 3 a.m. to 7 a.m. Overnight parking is permitted at the Bobby Orr Community Centre, 7 May Street, in the areas designated by signs.

Parking Downtown

Parking is "Free" for patrons of the downtown! There is a 2 hour time limit on all municipal streets and a 4 hour time limit in the municipal parking lots.  All day parking is available on several streets.  The Downtown Parking Map highlights these long term parking areas. 

"New" parking rule:  Re-parking of your vehicle is not permitted - meaning you can only park your vehicle once per day on the same municipal street or municipal parking lot.

 

Paying a Parking Ticket

Parking tickets can be paid by mail or in person at:

Town of Parry Sound
52 Seguin St.
Parry Sound, Ontario
P2A 1B4

Payment of cash, debit or cheque is acceptable. Credit card payment is not available.

Disputing a Parking Ticket

To dispute a parking ticket, please complete a Request to Review a Parking Infraction Notice.  This form can be printed, completed and submitted to the Town Office.

 

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