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Extended parking signExtended On-street Parking

Parking throughout Milton is limited to 5 hours.   No Parking restrictions apply from 2:00 a.m. to 6:00 a.m., unless otherwise posted.

You can apply to have extended parking (15 hour) on one side of residential streets.  Before you make a request, please take into consideration that extended parking on one side of your street may:

  • Complicate parking enforcement, snow removal, road maintenance and waste collection
  • Result in homeowners from nearby streets parking on your street

Also note:  Extended on-street parking will require that parking be prohibited at all times on the other side of the road.

 

Process to Apply For Extended Parking 

Please note that processing requests for extended parking may take up to three months.

  1. Send your written request, indicating reasons for extending the parking limit on your street and contact information, to:

    Town of Milton, Engineering Services, 150 Mary Street, ON L9T 6Z5.

  2. We will schedule a site inspection to determine if your street could support extended parking.
  3. You will be provided with an information package and a petition form. You must then gather sufficient signatures to demonstrate that a minimum of 51% of the homeowners support the extended parking request.
  4. If 51% or more of the homeowners support the extended parking request:
  5. We will issue an official parking questionnaire to the homeowners to confirm their support. This questionnaire must be completed by each individual homeowner and returned to the Town of Milton before the specified date.
    • If 51% or more of the homeowners support extended parking, we will ask for a Council amendment to the 5-Hour and No Parking 2:00 a.m. to 6:00 a.m. Parking By-law on your street.
    • If approved by Town Council, the appropriate parking signs will be installed on your street. Please note that the extended parking will not take effect until all appropriate signage has been installed.

Extended Parking/Parking Prohibition Questionnaire Results

Results of the most recent questionnaires are published below:

Location Date Parking Prohibition/Duration of On-street Parking Being Requested Percentage of
Homeowners
Supporting Request
Result
Galbraith Boulevard March 17, 2017 15 Hour Parking 26% Unsuccessful
Wickson Way February 17, 2017 15 Hour Parking 19% Unsuccessful
Wilks Landing January 23, 2017 15 Hour Parking 31% Unsuccessful
Cartmer Way October 26, 2016 15 Hour Parking 25% Unsuccessful
Duncan Lane September 29, 2016 15 Hour Parking 14% Unsuccessful
Gibson Crescent March 4, 2016 Reversal of the No Parking Anytime Prohibition 42% Unsuccessful
Brassard Circle January 27, 2016 15 Hour Parking 39% Unsuccessful