If you have received a notice from the City's contracted collection agent, Gatestone & Co. Inc., advising you of an outstanding account, you may make payment in accordance with the instructions provided. Letters are sent by the collection agent, acting on behalf of the City, to assist in collecting outstanding tickets issued for bylaw offences. The City may proceed with collection action on any outstanding tickets that are no longer eligible for appeal.
Si vous avez reçu un avis de la part de l’agence de recouvrement sous contrat de la Ville, Gatestone & Co. Inc., vous indiquant que votre compte est en souffrance, vous pouvez faire le paiement requis selon les instructions fournies. Les lettres sont envoyées par l’agence de recouvrement au nom de la Ville pour aider à recouvrer le paiement des contraventions impayées émises pour des infractions aux règlements municipaux. La Ville peut prendre des mesures de recouvrement pour toute contravention impayée dont il n’est plus possible d’interjeter appel.
The City of Winnipeg established its first Parking agency in 1956 to create the Civic Centre Parkade and other new parking facilities. Since that time, organizations have come and gone, and the landscape of Downtown Winnipeg has changed. In the late 70′s the City constructed underground parkades at Centennial Library and Winnipeg Square, but has completed no major parking projects since that time.
In 1996, city managers noted that parking facilities were operated and monitored by three major departments and six divisions, as well as the Province of Manitoba, which provided adjudication of municipal parking tickets. Parking policies and practices in a growing city lacked a central focus, and a single, integrated City department was proposed.
In 1997, this proposal become a leading candidate on the Alternate Service Delivery agenda, and was considered for creation as a self supporting Special Operating Agency. This became reality with the creation of the Winnipeg Parking Authority in 2005.