Parking Information

 NEW:  Parking Changes

Effective June 1, 2014, the City of Burlington will be making changes to some of its existing parking by-laws.

Changes include:

City wide

  • 5-hour parking limit on residential streets (formerly 3 hours). In Downdown Burlington, a 3-hour parking limit remains at pay parking metres. Parking signage photo
  • Prohibited parking on residential streets between 1 a.m. and 6 a.m.  Parking signage photo
  • Prohibited perpendicular parking in lay-bys Permitted and Prohibited Parking photo
  • 15-day on-street parking exemption is available for passenger and RV vehicles. The exemption allows a vehicle to park longer than the 5 hour limit and between 1 a.m. and 6 a.m.

Downtown

  • Free Overnight parking at municipal facilities (except during snow removal operations between 2 a.m. and 6 a.m.)
  • Free parking every Saturday, Sunday, holidays and during the month of December at municipal facilities and on-street (excluding Spencer Smith Park)

Neighbourhood On-Street Parking Program (NOSPP)

In designated areas, vehicles are permitted to park on residential streets between 1 a.m. and 6 a.m., 7 days a week. A parking permit is NOT required to be displayed in vehicle.
The designated areas include:

 

Streets that currently have a 24/7 on-street parking designation will continue to do so.  These streets include:

  • Des Jardines Drive (Lampman Avenue to Creek Way)
  • Nottingham Avenue (Tait Avenue to Cyprus Avenue)
  • Putter Place
  • Turner Drive
  • Windermere Court

UPDATE for Alton Community: Please see the minutes from the development and Infrastructure Committee meeting on May 5, 2014 for revisions to the NOSPP program in the Alton community. A letter will also be distributed to all Alton residents.

Additional Information

Report DID-02-13- On Street and Front Yard Parking Study

Council Meeting Minutes of December 9, 2013  - see page 5 

Report TS-01-14 - New Parking By-law Report-May 5, 2014 (Item #3)- Agendas and Minutes

Items to be considered on May 5, 2014 by Development and Infrastructure Committee and May 20, 2014 by City Councillors:

  • School bus parking on streets
  • 3-hour parking limit seven days a week, 24 hours a day on pay parking streets

        


Parking Ticket Information  

 

Parking Exemptions

Parking in the Downtown

General Information 

Private Property Enforcement Documents

To obtain the documents below, please call , 905-335-7816

[Top] [Printer-Friendly Page]