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Resident & Visitor Parking

The City has a Resident and Visitor Parking Policy that allows residents to obtain a permit for themselves and/ or a visitor to utilize on-street parking on the block of their residence and be exempt from the existing parking time restrictions for up to 72 hours. These parking privileges are granted based upon, and subject to the conditions outline in the Resident & Visitor Parking Policy (see 'related documents' below).


Background - Resident Parking Policy Study

As a result of ongoing parking concerns, throughout 2012 and 2013 the City looked at ways to improve the way on-street parking has been managed within the City. City staff consulted with a range of stakeholders to identify ways that our current resident parking policy could be updated.

The Resident and Visitor Parking Policy is the outcome of this process, which assists City staff to manage the demand and supply of on-street parking within the City. A key component of the revised policy was the creation of a second resident parking permit - Resident Permit Only (RPO). The City's two types of resident parking permits are:


Two-hour Resident Exempt Parking (RE)

  • Anyone can park for up to 2-hours between 9am and 6pm.
  • Residents with a permit may park on-street for up to 72 hours.
  • Visitor and temporary permits may be purchased to account for guests, medical needs, contractors, etc (see policy document).
  • $25 fee for the RE permit.

Resident Permit Only (RPO)

  • Only residents of this block with a permit, car share vehicles, and people with disabilities may park between 9am and 6pm for up to 72 hours.
  • Visitor and temporary permits may be purchased to account for guests, medical needs, contractors, etc. (see policy document).
  • $50 fee for the RPO permit upon renewal of existing permit or application for new permit.

For more information please read the Resident & Visitor Parking Policy. If further clarification is required, please contact the Engineering, Parks and Environment Department at the City of North Vancouver.


On-street parking changes - Implementation project

The City is embarking on implementing the changes identified in report to Council on June 5, 2013 (see related documents below):

  • Stage 1 - Processing the resident except parking requests that were put on hold (until the policy was endorsed)
  • Stage 2 - Implementation of pay-parking on Lions Gate Hospital (LGH) property frontages, and changes to the Resident Exempt parking designation on blocks in the vicinity of the LGH
  • Stage 3 - Modifications to existing RE zones away from the LGH
  • Stage 4 - Respond to requests for RE designations
  • Stage 5 - Modifications to RE zones within "Zone A" (100 blocks of east 1st Street and east 3rd Street) outside of "Zone A"

 

Pay Parking Meters on Lions Gate Hospital Frontages

The City has installed parking meters along the Lions Gate Hospital property frontages (the west curb of 1300 and 1400 blocks St. Andrew's Avenue and south curb of 200 block East 15th Street).

Please see Pay Parking Meters on Lions Gate Hospital Frontages for more details.



Contact Info

Engineering Department
Tel: 604-983-7333
Email: eng@cnv.org or cityparking@cnv.org

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