Effective Saturday, March 28, 2020 until June 30, 2021, the following are changes related to parking:
- Offering one-hour complimentary parking at all metered locations throughout Winnipeg. Please note, there is no requirement to pay for parking in order to receive the one-hour complimentary parking. This is not to be combined with the existing two-hour complimentary Saturday parking in the Downtown area.
- Relaxing enforcement of 1-2 hour time limits on residential streets with the exception of streets around Deer Lodge Centre where there are ongoing parking availability issues; however, residents must obey all other parking restrictions (i.e. obstructing fire hydrants, parking too close to intersections, etc.).
Effective Saturday, March 28, 2020 and throughout the pandemic:
- Adding temporary 15-minute loading zones in various locations throughout the Downtown and the Exchange District to benefit local businesses.
Depuis le samedi 28 mars 2020 et jusqu’au 30 juin 2021, les modifications suivantes s’appliquent au stationnement :
- Stationnement gratuit pendant une heure dans toutes les places minutées de Winnipeg. Veuillez noter qu’il n’est pas nécessaire de payer quoi que ce soit pour avoir droit à une heure de stationnement gratuite. Cette offre ne peut être cumulée aux deux heures de stationnement au centre-ville gratuit le samedi.
- On a assoupli le contrôle des limites de temps dans les rues résidentielles où le stationnement est limité à 1 ou 2 heures, excepté les rues à proximité du centre Deer Lodge, où il y a un manque constant de places. Toutefois, les résidents doivent respecter toutes les autres restrictions en matière de stationnement (ne pas bloquer les bornes-fontaines, ne pas stationner trop près des intersections, etc.).
Depuis le samedi 28 mars 2020 et pendant la pandémie :
- Ajout de zones de chargement temporaires de 15 minutes à plusieurs endroits du centre-ville et du quartier de la Bourse, pour aider les entreprises locales.
Parking for Persons with Disabilities
The City of Winnipeg is dedicated to accommodating the needs of community members with disabilities.
For Drivers without Disability Permits
The provision of disabled parking facilities in the City of Winnipeg is governed by the Winnipeg Parking By-Law. This By-Law allows for the designation of Disability Permit parking stalls and outlines the requirements for establishment of such stalls. It is an offence to park in a designated Disabled parking stall without displaying a valid Provincial Permit.
While many of these parking stalls are located on private property, many are located in public spaces and on roadways. There is a large fine for misuse of a disability space. Please watch for signage.
The Province of Manitoba maintains a process for issuing Parking Permits for people with disabilities to eligible members of the public within provincial borders. To learn more about the permit program please contact:
1857 Notre Dame Avenue
|TTY:||204-975-3239 and 1-800-856-7934|
Permit holders with a disability may use spaces designated with the international access symbol, OR any other meter stall as available. Parking is offered on a "pay as you go" basis provided they display their permit.
The Winnipeg Parking By-Law 86/2016 allows motorists displaying disability permits to park for 4 hours at pay-stations when the maximum time is purchased and for 4 hours at non-paystation spaces restricted to 1 or 2 hours.
An additional 30 minutes may be purchased starting after the 4 hours if the maximum time was previously purchased.
Note: ** When less than the maximum time is purchased the actual time purchased will apply **
Payment for the full period of parking is required if:
- you park in a Surface Lot
- you park at a 4 hour paystation
- you park near Health Science Center or St. Boniface Hospital
- you park at a 2 hour paystation and use payment methods other than coins or a credit card
The WPA recognizes Disability Permits from other provinces, states and countries. Disability permits from Manitoba are recognized in other provinces, states, and countries as well. The FIA European Bureau is working on a worldwide survey to develop an international guide for disabled drivers.
However, if you plan to use a Disability Permit in another jurisdiction, IT IS IMPORTANT that you still check with that jurisdiction ahead of time to find out if there are any differences in regulations.
For customer service or to purchase parking products please contact The Parking Store.
For individuals who find that any of the options in the "Paystations and Parking Products" section above are not accessible to them, you may request a custom accommodation. Confirmation of the limitation may be requested.
The City of Winnipeg is dedicated to accommodating the needs of community members with disabilities. If we can assist, please contact us!
- Manitoba Possible
- Province of Manitoba
- The FIA Guide for the Disabled Traveller
- Pay by Phone
- Accessible Parking in Winnipeg