The City of Toronto will resume its enforcement of permit parking on residential streets starting next week.
According to the city, it will begin enforcement starting Friday, August 14, at midnight. Enforcement, as well as the renewal and issuance of residential street parking permits, had been paused due to COVID-19.
The city says that the period to renew existing, or purchase new, six and twelve-month on-street parking permits began on July 2 when the parking permit office resumed operation. It was extended to Friday, August 7, to maximize the window for residents.
“All requests for six and twelve-month residential parking permits should be submitted as soon as possible to ensure permits arrive before August 14,” said the city in a release.
Approximately 80% of parking permits have been renewed since July 2.
More information on the renewals can be found on the City of Toronto’s website.
Temporary daily and weekly parking permits can be purchased online anytime at https://t.co/q68H4pPoQs.
— City of Toronto (@cityoftoronto) August 4, 2020