Parking regulations in Milton

There is a maximum five-hour street parking limit in Milton. In addition, there is no parking:

  • From 2-6 a.m.
  • On streets during snowstorms
  • In any area where a “No Parking Anytime” sign is displayed
  • On a grass boulevard
  • On a boulevard within 50 metres of an intersection and within 3 metres of the curb line
  • Within 3 metres of a fire hydrant
  • Within 1 metre of a driveway
  • Facing the wrong direction on the road
  • On or overhanging a sidewalk
  • In a manner that obstructs traffic, road repair or snow removal
  • On any highway for the purpose of displaying the vehicle for sale
  • In a space designated for persons with disabilities without displaying a valid disabled person’s permit 

Lawn parking

  • Parking is not permitted on grass boulevards, front or side yards, according to By-law No. 105-2019 
  • A vehicle can park on the paved section of the driveway, facing the direction of traffic 
  • Vehicles parking on the landscaped section of the boulevard or hanging over sidewalks curbs may be ticketed
  • Vehicles parked on the landscaped section of the lawn, side yard or hanging over sidewalks or curbs may be ticketed

Winter parking

Nothing slows down the work of snowplows more than cars parked on the street.

  • Cars must be off the road during snowstorms
  • Street parking exceptions are suspended during some storms
  • Cars in the way of the plow may be ticketed and/or towed at the owner's expense

Please do not shovel snow onto the road or sidewalk from your property. Placing snow on the road way is a violation of Milton’s Road Fouling By-law No. 115-2005.

Parking do's and don'ts

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