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Winnipeg Parking By-Law - Section 13

One-hour limit for large vehicles and trailers

Under Winnipeg Parking By-law 86/2016, certain vehicles are limited one hour parking on City of Winnipeg streets.

As per Section 13(1) of the by-law:

None of the following vehicles may be parked on a street for more than one hour:

  1. large vehicle;
  2. a trailer;

13(2) Subsection (1) does not apply to:

(a) a vehicle shown to be in active use by a tradesperson working on premises in the immediate area;
(b) a bus parked in a space designated by a traffic control device for bus parking; or  
(c) a Winnipeg Transit bus parked at a bus stop.

13(3) The one-hour limit in subsection (1) applies to a paid parking space even if the time period for which a parking fee has been paid has not yet expired.

If you are the owner of a Recreational Vehicle and are looking for information on leaving the vehicle on-street for longer than one hour please visit our Temporary Recreational Vehicle Permit webpage.

For information on leaving other large vehicles and trailers (not RVs) on-street, please call 311 to inquire about obtaining a Lifting of Restrictions (out of town call 1-877-311-4974).

Last update: July 27, 2023

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