Parking Restriction around Town Park

The Town of Aurora has implemented parking restrictions around Town Park. Vehicles are restricted to three-hour parking limits between 6 a.m. to 6 p.m. Monday to Friday to allow for more parking opportunities for patrons using the park or nearby facilities.  

The Town offers 15 parking spaces and permit applications will be available starting Tuesday, February 16. Permits are available for a fee and on a first-come, first-serve basis. There is a limit of one permit per family.

The permit can last up to six months, depending on the request. The processing time to receive a permit is between 24 and 48 hours. Applications are available from Access Aurora at Aurora Town Hall, located at 100 John West Way. Full enforcement of the program will begin Tuesday, March 15.

Town Park Parking Fees

Fees are subject to change as the Fee Bylaw is amended to bring them more in line with other Municipalities.

Time Frame2017 Charges
6 months$200
5 months$150
1 month$75
1 week$30
3 days$20
1 day$10


For more information about this program or to provide your feedback on the new parking restrictions, please contact the Bylaw division at 905 727-3123 ext. 4240 or email parking@aurora.ca

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Downtown Public Parking Map

Winter Parking Restrictions

Residential street parking is prohibited 2 a.m. to​ 6 a.m. between November 15 and April 15 to allow for overnight snow clearing. The Town’s Bylaw Services enforces the bylaw when snow plows are out and educates residents on the bylaw when snow clearing is not taking place. 

Common Parking Violations

The proper parking of vehicles is important to both the safety of other vehicles as well as pedestrians crossing our roadways and using our sidewalks.

Please be aware of the following commonly encountered parking violations. Please follow these to avoid receiving a parking ticket.

Do not park or stop:

  • A commercial vehicle in a residential area for longer than three hours
  • Adjacent to a school
  • In areas which are signed prohibited
  • In a disabled parking space without a permit
  • In municipal laneways
  • In fire routes on private property
  • In school zones
  • In school bus loading zones
  • In designated areas within a condominium development
  • Left wheels to the curb
  • On a boulevard
  • On or over a sidewalk
  • On the east side of Yonge Street from 4:30 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. from Monday to Friday
  • Within 3 meters of a fire hydrant
  • Within 15 meters of an intersection 

Early Payment Option for Parking Infractions

The Town of Aurora is offering an early payment option for parking infractions. A reduced fine will apply to those who pay parking fines within seven days.

The early payment option was established to help streamline the payment process, making it easier for residents and allowing Town staff to devote additional time to bylaw enforcement duties.

For more information email parking@aurora.ca ​

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