The Premier of Ontario has declared a province-wide state of emergency and issued a stay-at-home order in response to rising COVID-19 variant infection rates.
Accessible Parking Permits are issued by Service Ontario on a temporary or permanent basis. Permit applications are available on the Service Ontario website or by visiting the Service Ontario office at:
125 Cross Avenue
Vehicles with valid Accessible Parking Permits are allowed to park in designated accessible parking spaces in the Town of Oakville.
Accessible Parking Permits do not allow vehicles to park in areas signed "no parking," "no stopping," or "fire route," or to disobey any other parking prohibitions, signed or unsigned.
Drivers with Accessible Parking Permits who park in metered parking spots or pay-and-display areas in the town must still pay to park. There are several designated accessible parking spaces in Downtown Oakville, both on the street and in parking lots. Please review the Accessible Parking Map (pdf) for locations of designated spaces.