eight dollars while a 48-hour permit is $12.
These permits will provide convenience – allowing guests to stay overnight or
for a weekend. And it takes away the possibility of getting a parking ticket.
All you need is access to a computer and printer, credit card, and just a
couple of minutes to fill out some basic information in order to get the
permit. To get a permit, go to toronto.ca/transportation and follow the
simple, step-by-step procedure. Weekly on-street parking permits can also be
obtained through this method.
Residents can also apply for an overnight on-street parking permit in person
at Toronto City Hall, Etobicoke Civic Centre and East York Civic Centre. For
more information about the City's parking permits, call 311.
This change is a direct result of Councillor Fletcher's proposal to create
two new temporary parking permit categories: the "Overnighter" and the
"There are many situations which call for a short term permit. At the moment,
many weekend visitors or family members who are from out of town have to
purchase a seven day temporary permit. I am asking staff to review the
feasibility of creating shorter term parking permits to address this issue."
said Councillor Fletcher.
"In 2006, I was able to have the City introduce an on-line purchase system for
temporary parking permits. This has proven to be very successful. The time
has come for another step forward for visitors to our neighbourhoods who need
to park for a short period of time. My proposal for "The Overnighter" and The
Weekender" is designed to address this issue."