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Updates to Parking & Boat Launch By-laws

Posted on Monday May 10, 2021

On May 4th, 2021, Council passed By-law 2021-7125 being a By-law to amend the Parking & Traffic Control By-law 2019-6912 regarding the Champagne Street Boat Launch overnight parking and parking on Salt Dock Road.

Amendments to this By-law include:

  • No parking on Salt Dock Road from Marion Avenue to the Salt Docks.  Please use roadside parking spaces beside the trail or the Salt Docks for parking.
  • No overnight parking at Public Docks and Boat Launches with the exception of Champagne Street Boat Launch where you may park between 11:00 pm-5:00 am with a permit.
  • Please visit the 'Boat Lauch' page on our website to obtain your overnight parking permit.
  • No parking of unattached trailers at Boat Launches.
  • No boat trailers permitted at roadside parking spaces on Salt Dock Road between Georgina and the Water Treatment Plant.

Council also passed By-law 2021-7126 being a By-law to regulate the use of Public Docks, Piers, and Boat Launch Ramps and revoking By-law 2010-5470.

Regulations to this new By-law include:

  • Maximum 1 hour docking at all Public Docks except the Shoppers Dock.
  • Shoppers Dock still has a maximum 4 hour docking.
  • No commercial use of Public Docks or Boat Launch without a permit. Please contact By-law Enforcement or Public Works to apply for a commercial use permit.
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