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Trailers, RVs and other large vehicles

Restricted to 1 HR parking on City of Winnipeg streets

Millennium Parkade

MONTHLY PARKING SPOTS AVAILABLE MARCH 1, 2014

Construction

Winnipeg Parking Authority is currently upgrading traffic drive aisles, underground piping and conducting other site improvements at the Millennium Library parkade. The parkade will remain open during these upgrades, which is expected to take one year’s time. During this time there may be limited space for transient users of the parkade, however there will be space at all times for monthly permit holders. Once the lower level work is complete, the majority of the parkade will be re-opened for public use. We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause and appreciate your continued patronage. For more information please contact 311.

As our construction project at the Millennium Library continues, we would like to inform you of the following:

  • The North Stairwell by the elevators will be Closed until April 30, 2014
  • The Central and Southwest stairwells are Open

Meter Start Time

May 22, 2013 - changes were made to on-street meters operated by the Winnipeg Parking Authority.

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Changes to Parking Regulations

During 2012 a number of changes were made to parking regulations in Winnipeg. Please visit Changes to Parking Regulations for further information on these changes.

Veterans Parking

The City of Winnipeg offers preferential parking for Veterans. For more information, visit Veterans Parking.

Did you Know?

  • Our multi-space parking meters (pay stations) are all solar powered!
  • We Are Accountable to the Citizens of Winnipeg - The Winnipeg Parking Authority submits an annual report and budget update through the Alternate Service Delivery Committee to City Council in December. We appear before committee once a year or on request.
  • Citizens of Winnipeg Are Our Stakeholders - The Winnipeg Parking Authority runs in accordance with objectives determined by City Council, and with the advice of major stakeholders, such as the BIZ organizations, CentreVenture and Destination Winnipeg.
  • The WPA pays municipal taxes, development fees, as well as levies on our activities and on city properties. We also pay a dividend to the City for use of On and Off Street parking assets ($3 million in 2009).
  • Residential Parking Programs help communities manage non-resident vehicles in their neighbourhood by restricting the amount of time non-residents can park. Through the permit system, residents can be exempted from timed restrictions.
  • The Winnipeg Parking Authority is happy to provide parking support for film shoots, special public events, special private events, and other alternative uses of parking space.
  • As parking can be considered just one aspect of traffic demand management, the Winnipeg Parking Authority is working to improve the services we provide to cyclists within Winnipeg.
  • The City of Winnipeg is dedicated to accommodating the needs of community members with disabilities.
  • As a business, the WPA self generates its own revenues and pays all of its own expenses as well as contributing several millions of dollars toward improvement of City facilities, and a cash contribution in lieu of taxes.