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 COVID-19 Response for Saskatoon Residents

On March 19, 2020, the City decided to close public access to City Hall and all City buildings, including fire stations, leisure facilities, attractions and Saskatoon Public Library locations. While we are closed to the public, our business operations continue to ensure core services for our residents as much as possible. Public transit currently remains operational.


COVID - 19 Response: Temporary Changes to Parking Requirements

Sale of Parking Permits for people with a disability paused - New parking permits (holograms) for people with a disability are typically available for sale at City Hall beginning April 1, 2020 for the May 1, 2020 renewal date.  At this time the sale of permits will be paused until City Hall is open to the public and pay parking requirements are once again in effect.
Please retain and display existing 2019 permits as they may be required for the transition period when the program is reinstated.
Sale of Residential Parking Program (RPP) Permits suspended until further notice - The parking restrictions related to the Residential Parking Permit (RPP) zones have been suspended until further notice. RPP permits are set to expire over the coming months: for example, City Park RPP permits expire on May 1, 2020. New permits will not be required, or issued, until the RPP program is reinstated and the public are able to purchase permits at City Hall. Please retain and display existing 2019 Residential Parking Program permits as they may be required for the transition period when the program is once again in place. In addition,parking restrictions for the Residential Parking Program zones are suspended until further notice.  Overtime parking on all residential streets will no longer be enforced, to encourage residents to stay home and prevent the spread of COVID-19.

City-Owned Pay Parking suspended - Effective immediately payment is no longer required in any City of Saskatoon designated pay parking zones. In addition, motorists will not be required to adhere to posted time limits in these zones.

Public safety-related parking restrictions remain in effect to maintain emergency access and traffic flow including:

  • No Stopping signs
  • No Parking signs
  • Accessible Parking signs
  • Fire Hydrants   (maintain 1 metre from the centre of a fire hydrant)
  • No parking within 10 metres of an intersection
  • No parking in alleys unless active loading/unloading is taking place.


The rules and regulations surrounding parking in Saskatoon are governed by provincial legislation, Traffic Bylaw 7200, Residential Parking Program Bylaw 7862 and Impounding Bylaw 8640.  Parking Services is responsible for the management and enforcement of these rules within Saskatoon.  

Public Pay Parking

Learn how easy paid public parking is with Saskatoon’s FlexParking system and WayToPark app.

Parking Tickets

Find out how to pay or contest a ticket, and find tips on how to avoid getting a ticket.

Parking Programs & Permits

Get information on residential parking permits, the veteran parking program, and parking programs for people with disabilities.

Vehicle Seizures

Find out why your vehicle was seized and how to reclaim it. 

Understanding Parking in Saskatoon

Tips to understanding the rules and regulations surrounding parking in Saskatoon and avoid getting a ticket.