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Time Limited Parking

The purpose of time limited parking is to generate turnover of transient parkers and a minimum of 15% availability of parking space at any given time in a particular location. Such restrictions will normally only be implemented upon submission of a completed request with supporting documentation to the Winnipeg Parking Authority.

Regulations

  • The normal restriction will be for two (2) hours
  • Restrictions will only be implemented for full blocks
  • One (1) hour restrictions will only be implemented where a two hour restriction has been in place for a minimum of 12 months and where it can clearly be shown that the 2 hour restriction is not generating the appropriate level of turnover.

Residential Requests

  • Time limited parking may be implemented following submission of a minimum supporting 70% petition from the registered property owners adjoining the street for the block in question.
  • Only one registered property owner's signature should appear on the petition per property.
  • For condos and multiple unit residential properties, one signature per unit is required and each unit will be factored in when calculating the 70% support.
  • For apartment blocks, the signature must be from the registered property owner or property manager.  The building will count as a single property when calculating the 70% support.
  • Occupants are to be advised by the applicant of the residential parking program. Information on the residential parking program is available here.
  • To initiate the process to request time limited parking, please contact 311.

Commercial Requests

  • In commercial areas, the applicant is responsible for submitting a petition representing support from at least 70% of the property owners which front and/or abut the affected street.
  • Only one registered property owner's signature should appear on the petition per property.
  • For buildings with multiple tenants, the signature must be from the registered property owner or property manager. The building will count as a single property when calculating the 70% support.
  • To initiate the process to request time limited parking, please contact 311.

Removal of Time Limited Parking

  • Removal of time limited parking restrictions on public request requires a petition demonstrating 70% support for the removal from property owners.
  • The Winnipeg Parking Authority may order the removal of a time limited parking restriction where the situation that resulted in the original installation no longer exists.
  • To initiate the process to removal time limited parking, please contact 311.
Last update: June 24, 2019

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