Unless otherwise signed, all streets have a five-hour limit and parking is not permitted between 1 a.m. and 6 a.m.
You may request a parking exemption from the five-hour parking limit and overnight parking bylaw.
If you have received a parking ticket, you can pay your parking ticket online or by phone and mail.
In May 2016, the City of Burlington introduced new pay-by-plate parking machines in downtown Burlington.
Located throughout the downtown, the new machines have replaced individual street parking meters and the parking machines formerly located in the municipal parking lots.
The following resources provide information about parking downtown:
|Fire Route Signs|
|Parking By-laws and Information|
Parking 101 (PDF Brochure)
For some residents in Burlington, parking all the family vehicles in the space provided at their home can be a challenge.
On Dec. 18, 2014, Burlington City Council directed city staff to develop a permit parking system for residents who have more vehicles than they can park on their own property.
To help gather feedback from the community, the city asked residents to complete a survey, open from April 24 to May 7, 2015. The survey received an overwhelming response rate with more than 1040 residents completing the questions and sharing their comments.
A staff report was presented to Burlington City Council at a meeting of the Development and Infrastructure Committee on Jan. 12, 2016. At this meeting, the report was deferred by Council for further study and recommendations.
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