Parking Control Bylaw 2022

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The Parking Control Bylaw requires updating and we are interested in your thoughts! The purpose of Parking Control Bylaw is to control parking activities and ensure parking is enforced to protect and enhance the safety and enjoyment of the public. It provides a clear understanding of the use of roads, public walkways and parking restrictions.

The main proposed updates include:

  • Updating the parking maps and bus stops in the CBD to reflect the new layout upon completion of the city centre upgrades;
  • Formalising the rules pertaining to bus stops;
  • Following through on the original intent to introduce metered parking on a the section Forth Street between Clyde Street and Nith Street; and
  • There are several other minor, mostly administrative amendments including but not limited to:
    • adding definitions for Traffic Control Device and No Stopping Lines;
    • removing references to the replaced coin-operated parking meters; and
    • clarifying an offence is committed if you park on no stopping lines or a shared footpath/cycleway.

On-Street Parking - Southland Hospital

Council is planning on retaining the time-restricted parking outside of Southland Hospital on Kew Road. Council has received some feedback and we would be interested to hear your views on this topic. This has been proposed as a separate question in the below submission form.

Please take the time to review the draft bylaw and the CBD parking maps found under the documents tab. The submission can be found below. We would appreciate it if you could take the time to complete this.

The Parking Control Bylaw requires updating and we are interested in your thoughts! The purpose of Parking Control Bylaw is to control parking activities and ensure parking is enforced to protect and enhance the safety and enjoyment of the public. It provides a clear understanding of the use of roads, public walkways and parking restrictions.

The main proposed updates include:

  • Updating the parking maps and bus stops in the CBD to reflect the new layout upon completion of the city centre upgrades;
  • Formalising the rules pertaining to bus stops;
  • Following through on the original intent to introduce metered parking on a the section Forth Street between Clyde Street and Nith Street; and
  • There are several other minor, mostly administrative amendments including but not limited to:
    • adding definitions for Traffic Control Device and No Stopping Lines;
    • removing references to the replaced coin-operated parking meters; and
    • clarifying an offence is committed if you park on no stopping lines or a shared footpath/cycleway.

On-Street Parking - Southland Hospital

Council is planning on retaining the time-restricted parking outside of Southland Hospital on Kew Road. Council has received some feedback and we would be interested to hear your views on this topic. This has been proposed as a separate question in the below submission form.

Please take the time to review the draft bylaw and the CBD parking maps found under the documents tab. The submission can be found below. We would appreciate it if you could take the time to complete this.

  • Submissions are now open for our draft Parking Control Bylaw, please check out the consultation information on this page.

    Please note, registration is required to complete this submission.

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Page last updated: 18 Jul 2022, 05:12 PM