COVID-19: Montreal parking regulations changed as part of safety measures act

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COVID-19: Montreal parking regulations – As part of the Covid-19 safety measures, the City of Montreal has changed some of its parking regulations. In order to facilitate travel and ensure the population’s safety, the changes made for are as follows:

COVID-19: Montreal parking regulations – schedules on street signs coming into force

  • Street signs were to be effective on April 1, 2020. This date has been pushed forward to May 1st 2020.
  • No tickets will be issued at this time. This measure is valid for all boroughs.

RESIDENTS-ONLY STREET PARKING

  • For all boroughs, expired stickers are considered valid until further notice.
  • New stickers for residents-only zones will not be issued for the moment.
  • Only people with a sticker can park in residents-only zones; otherwise, they risk getting a ticket.

PARKING SURVEILLANCES ROUTES MODIFIED

  • Parking agents’ surveillance routes have been modified in order to prioritize surveillance of infractions with the greatest impact on public safety.
  • Payment for paid parking remains the same as the schedules posted on parking meters.
  • Payment can be made by credit card on the parking station or the Agence de mobilite durable’s mobile service.

In their press release, the city states they ‘would like to remind you that preventing infections is everyone’s responsibility. Montrealers are asked to follow all public health recommendations issued by the Direction regionale de sante publique. More details about other measures implemented by the city around the COVID-19 outbreak are available here.

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