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Toronto Police, through the Parking Enforcement Unit, give consideration under a variety of circumstances upon request of individuals and groups. Consideration numbers are issued which permit withdrawal of infractions involving prohibited parking areas, expired meters, three hour limit or parking in excess of permitted time. You can call the Customer Service Section any time, seven days a week and leave a message and phone number where you can be reached during the day. Someone will return your call during business hours, Monday to Friday.
The City of Brampton does not offer permit parking on City streets.
Parking is not permitted:
on any street between the hours of 2 a.m. and 6 a.m.,
on any street for longer than 3 hours; and
on a residential street if your vehicle has a height of more than 2.6m and/or a length of more than 6.7m including any attachments or trailers.
The City of Brampton accepts requests for parking considerations by residents to park on City streets for as long as 14 days each calendar year, per vehicle licence plate. The parking consideration allows vehicles to park in excess of three hours and/or between 2 a.m. and 6 a.m. It also allows large vehicles designed for recreational use to park on the street. Click here for a list of common parking offences which are not covered by a parking consideration.
Vehicles parked on driveways may not block sidewalks or boulevards refer to the Traffic Bylaw.
Any vehicle noise measured at 96 decibels or more by a sound pressure level meter is “objectionable noise” and is in contravention of the bylaw. Noise regulations for vehicles can be found in the Traffic Bylaw 26M96.
Do not leave unregistered, uninsured vehicles on City streets or lanes.
A vehicle must be operable and moved within 72, hours or it may be considered abandoned and removed as such.