While the town remains in Stage 3, some town recreation programs are temporarily paused in response to an increase of COVID-19 cases in Halton. Provincial orders remain in effect and we must all follow public health guidelines.
The town does not allow permanent on-street parking. Town by-laws prohibit parking during the following times:
Other posted by-laws may be applicable to limit parking on a street.
In addition, town by-laws prohibits vehicles from parking:
Please note that not all parking regulations are posted on signs.
If you would like to request that restricted parking be implemented on your street you will be required to submit an informal petition to the town. The petition is a pre-screening process before a technical analysis of the request is undertaken. For more information please contact ServiceOakville at 905-845-6601.
In an effort to control overcrowding, town staff are posting signs on certain streets surrounding lakefront parks identifying them as increased fine zones.
Enforcement starts August 21 until October 31, 2020, with fines set at $100. Municipal enforcement staff will patrol these areas regularly.
Park parking lots remain open, but once full, visitors are encouraged to come back another time.
As we continue under emergency orders, these regulations can help encourage physical distancing and limit the risk of spreading COVID-19.
Review our news release for more information.
For more information on the various permit types please visit the parking permits page.
The following permits are offered by the town:
When having guests or if you are unable to access your driveway due to construction.
Permits for overnight on-street parking is available to residents north of Dundas to park their vehicles overnight on select streets.
Daytime monthly paid parking permits are available in various areas in downtown Oakville, Kerr Village and Bronte Village.