The Parking Store, located at 495 Portage Ave., is closed to members of the public until further notice.
Effective Saturday, March 28, 2020 until December 31, 2020, 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.
Le Magasin de la Direction du stationnement, au 495, avenue Portage, est fermé au public jusqu’à nouvel ordre.
Depuis le samedi 28 mars 2020 et jusqu’au 31 décembre 2020, 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.
On-Street Parking Information
Re-metering at a Paystation
Effective September 1st, 2016, re-metering for an additional 30 minutes will be permitted under the Winnipeg Parking By-Law 86/2016. When paid parking applies to a parking space, a vehicle may be parked in that space for up to 30 extra minutes as long as the fee for parking in that space during that extra time has been paid.
During any period throughout which a parking time limit applies to a parking space, no vehicle may be parked more than once per day on the same side of the block that includes that space.
After the purchased maximum has expired, a maximum of an extra 30 minutes may be purchased.
2 Hour Meter Permit holders may also purchase the extra 30 minutes through an alternate payment method as the extension is not included in the monthly permit cost.
Paid Parking Locations
The Winnipeg Parking Authority provides paid on-street parking in the downtown and Exchange District areas of Winnipeg.
The majority of paystations in these areas allow for two hours of parking at a cost of $1.75 per hour in low demand areas.
As part of a process of managing turn over at on-street parking spaces, there are higher rates of $2.75 per hour in parts of Downtown and The Exchange. The high demand areas are denoted in the map below.
Paid on-street parking is also available around the Health Sciences Centre and St. Boniface Hospital areas. Hospital area paystations allow for four hours of parking at a cost of $2.75 per hour.
Solar Powered Paystations Only
The Winnipeg Parking Authority operates solar powered parking paystations only. The WPA does not operate any other type of parking control device for on-street parking. WPA paystations are identified by the WPA logo on the sides of the portion of the paystation that holds the solar panel.
Other On-Street Parking
A number of other agencies operate parking meters to regulate paid on-street parking on sections of roadway which they control. These meters are not regulated by the Winnipeg Parking Authority. These include:
- The Province of Manitoba (Memorial between Broadway and York)
- Forks-North Portage (Webb Place and the Forks)
- St. Boniface Hospital (Vehicle loop on hospital property)
- Health Sciences Centre (Vehicle loop off of Sherbrook)
- Grace Hospital (Vehicle loop on hospital property)
- Concordia Hospital (Vehicle loop on hospital property)