Parking throughout Milton is limited to five hours. You cannot park on the street between 2-6 a.m., unless otherwise posted. Residents in Milton may apply to get extended parking for up to 15 hours on one side of a residential street.

Apply for permanent 15-hour parking

Please send us an email to apply for permanent 15-hour parking. The request should include the reason for requesting parking on your street. Once we receive your request, we will conduct a site inspection to see if your street can support permanent 15-hour parking.

Please be advised that permanent 15-hour parking can only be requested by the homeowner. Non-homeowners must ask homeowners to submit a request. The process to look at permanent 15-hour parking takes anywhere between 2-3 months. It should also be noted permanent 15-hour parking is not allowed during the months of November to April, due to weather conditions.

Step-by-step process 

Considerations before applying

  • Are you the registered homeowner? 
  • Have you already used your 25 parking exceptions per vehicle for the year? 
  • Do you have a garage? 
    If yes, are you utilizing it to park a vehicle?

Send an email to apply

To apply for permanent 15-hour parking, please send an email to Engineering for consideration.

If you would like to submit your request in writing, please address the request to:

Development Services
150 Mary St.
Milton, ON L9T 6Z5

Gather signatures

If we feel your street can support permanent 15-hour parking, we will give you an information package and petition form. You must gather signatures from 51 per cent of the homeowners on your street indicating that they support permanent 15-hour parking.

Fill out the parking questionnaire

If you are able to get 51 per cent or more support, we will issue an official parking questionnaire to confirm support. Each individual homeowner on the street must complete the questionnaire and return it to the Town of Milton before the specified date.

Parking by-law amendment request

If 51 per cent or more of homeowners support permanent 15-hour parking on the questionnaire, we will ask Council for an amendment to the parking by-law on your street. Once this is approved, new parking signs will be installed on your street.
Permanent 15-hour parking will not take effect until all appropriate signs have been installed.

Impact of permanent 15-hour parking

It is important to note that permanent 15-hour parking on one side of your street will result in no parking on the other side of the street at all times. Permanent 15-hour street parking may:
  • Complicate parking enforcement, snow removal, road maintenance and waste collection efforts
  • Result in residents from nearby streets parking on your street

Completed parking survey results

Parking survey results
Location Date Parking prohibition/duration of on-street parking being requested Percentage of homeowners supporting request Result
Bennett Boulevard Lee's Gate to Cooper Avenue Oct. 25, 2021 15-hour parking anytime 13% Unsuccessful
Lemieux Court Aug. 25, 2021 15-hour parking anytime 4% Unsuccessful
651 Farmstead Drive June 28, 2021 15-hour parking Anytime 40% Unsuccessful
John Street March 15, 2021        South side - No parking anytime 18% Unsuccessful
Izumi Gate Feb. 1, 2021 15-hour parking anytime 3% Unsuccessful
Tasker Court Dec. 14, 2020      15-hour parking anytime 67%


Anne Boulevard, Meadowbrook Drive and Vanier Drive Nov. 9, 2022 Parking prohibition 20%


Meadowbrook Drive Nov. 9, 2022 Parking prohibition 18%


Robert Street
Dec. 6, 2022 Parking prohibition 4%


Ashbrook Court
Dec. 6, 2022 Parking prohibition 43% Unsuccessful
Bessborough Drive  from house #540 to #566
Sept. 8, 2023 Reversal parking regulation 75% Successful
Mowat Lane
Oct. 13, 2023 15 hour parking anytime 22% Unsuccessful
Severn Drive
Dec. 6, 2023 15 hour parking anytime 43% Unsuccessful