Transit bus delays and cancellations possible beginning Monday, Nov 27. Check your bus schedule online before heading out.
If you received a notice from the Winnipeg Parking Authority informing you of outstanding parking tickets, please follow the instructions provided to make a payment. These notices have been sent under the City's new policy for vehicles whose owners have multiple unpaid parking tickets. Under this policy, vehicles that belong to anyone with three or more unpaid tickets that are past the appeal deadline will be towed if they are found committing another parking offence.
Si vous avez reçu un avis de la Direction du stationnement de Winnipeg vous informant que vous avez des contraventions de stationnement impayées, veuillez suivre les instructions fournies pour faire votre paiement. Ces avis ont été envoyés en vertu de la nouvelle politique de la Ville visant les véhicules dont les propriétaires ont plusieurs contraventions de stationnement impayées. En vertu de cette politique, on remorquera les véhicules des personnes qui ont au moins trois contraventions impayées dont la date limite d’appel est passée si ces personnes commettent une autre infraction au stationnement.
Temporary Recreational Vehicle Parking Permit
Effective September 1st, 2016, the owner/lessee of a recreational vehicle may apply for a temporary permit that will exempt the vehicle specified in the permit from parking time limits and one-hour limits that apply to large vehicles, trailers, etc.
- A temporary RV permit allows a single recreational vehicle to be parked on-street a maximum of 4 times per calendar year (January 1 – December 31), with a maximum duration of 3 days per occurrence.
- An applicant may purchase up to a maximum of 4 permits per household within a calendar year, with each permit being registered to one specific recreational vehicle.
A “recreational vehicle” (RV) means a vehicle designed for camping and other recreational purposes. It includes, but is not limited to, a motorhome, a truck on which a camper has been installed, a camping or travel trailer, and any trailer carrying recreational equipment such as a boat or other watercraft, a snowmobile, all-terrain vehicle or other off-road vehicle.
Your licence plate will act as your permit. These permits are Virtual; you will not receive a physical permit to display.
Applying For a Temporary Recreational Vehicle Parking Permit
The applicant must submit the following:
- Valid Licence (required for new customers only)
- Valid MPI Registration (blue piece) and the Certificate of Insurance (white piece) for each recreational vehicle; vehicles registered with “Lay-up Coverage” (storage) will not be added to the permit
- If you are not the owner, a lease or other agreement is also required
- Completed application form
All applications are subject to approval; upon approval and payment being submitted, a permit notification will be sent out to the email provided on the application advising the permit request has been processed. The permit will be kept in a “deactivated status” until the permit holder notifies our office at least 24 hours prior to the start date of a 3 day period.
All outstanding fines and or balances must be paid in full prior to the issuance of a temporary Recreational Vehicle parking permit.
For rates please refer to the Fee Schedule
The permit is non-transferable between recreational vehicle owners.
Permit Activation and changes to Your Vehicle Information
To activate and/or change the RV Permit you must fill out a form and submit the vehicle registration along with the licence plate update form.
For full instructions, please see form below.
Note: After hour submissions will be processed the following business day.
In the event a penalty notice has been issued after submitting the plate change request, please have the registered vehicle owner submit a request for screening.
Where to Go
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495 Portage Avenue
Hours of Operation