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.
The town does not allow permanent on-street parking. Town by-laws prohibit parking during the following times without a permit:
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.
For more information on the various permit types please visit the parking permits page.
The following permits are offered by the town:
Having guests? Unable to access your driveway due to construction? Residents and their visitors may easily obtain a temporary on-street parking permit online. Offered 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, this online system is part of the town's commitment to provide east access to our services. A temporary on-street parking permit is issued up to a maximum of 15 days per vehicle per year. If parking is required longer than 15 days, you may request a paid temporary on-street parking permit.
Permits for overnight on-street parking are available for residents living south of Dundas Street and north of the QEW, beginning November 27, 2020. The program will be expanded to residential areas south of the QEW in early 2021. This is a temporary program in response to the COVID-19 pandemic to allow residents to park their extra vehicles near their home. Please visit the permits page to obtain a paid temporary on-street parking permit.
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.