COVID-19 Response: Parking Requirements & Enforcement
Sale of Parking Permits for People with a Disability Resumes Oct. 1, 2020 - Issuance of 2020-2021 Parking Permits for People with a Disability will resume on Thursday, October 1, 2020. Existing 2019-2020 permits will continue to be honoured until October 31, 2020. Those wishing to purchase a new permit can do so at City Hall during normal business hours, 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., Monday to Friday, excluding statutory holidays. Eligibility requirements remain in effect and proof of a valid SaskAbilities permit will be required. For more information, visit Parking for People with a Disability or contact Customer Service at firstname.lastname@example.org or 306-975-2400.
Residential Parking Program Permit Sales - Resumed - A phased approach was undertaken to reinitiate Residential Parking Program (RPP) permit sales after they were temporarily paused due to COVID-19. The phased approach staggered sales between zones over a few months to help ensure social distancing requirements could be met at City Hall, while providing quality customer service and minimizing wait times.
Impound Lot Open by Appointment Only - To adhere to the provincial Public Health Order guidelines around physical distancing, effective Monday, April 27, 2020, the Municipal Impound Lot will be open to the public for the retrieval of vehicles by appointment only between 8 a.m. and 4 p.m., Monday to Friday and Saturday between 11:00 a.m. and 03:00 p.m. (no appointments on Sunday and statutory holidays). Please call 306-657-8526 to schedule an appointment. Visa, Mastercard, American Express, prepaid credit cards and Debit are the only forms of payment accepted at the Impound Lot.
Public Pay Parking Reinstated Monday, May 25 - The City encourages customers to use the WayToPark app as a no-touch way to pay for parking. If the app is not an option and you must use a FlexParking station for payment, please ensure you follow public health guidelines when touching shared surfaces in public, such as using alcohol-based hand sanitizer or washing your hands as soon as you are able.
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.
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