Parking Permit Info (City of Toronto)

Residential Front Yard and Boulevard Parking (Licensed Locations). 

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This website is designed to provide information to the public and to real estate agents concerning licensed Residential Front Yard and Boulevard Parking locations. It is not a substitute for the requirement of a legal enquiry respecting the purchase and/or sale of a property as per 918-15 A (5) of the City of Toronto Municipal Code.

Before you buy a property you may wish to ensure that any existing front yard parking facility is properly licensed. Note that the license does not follow the property, but that a new property owner will need to apply to have the license agreement transferred.

Please note that disabled front yard parking licenses are not transferable to a new property owner. Please contact the appropriate district office for further information.

While every effort is made to keep the information accurate and up-to-date, the City of Toronto is not responsible for discrepancies between information posted here and claims of or by individuals or representatives involved in the sale and/or purchase of a property.

If you have any questions about a particular address, please contact the Off Street Parking office. Also note that an official letter with property information, which may be required to complement an offer of purchase and sale, may be requested in writing. The fee for such a request is $109.54 (no tax), which can be submitted by a cheque payable to “Treasurer, City of Toronto. 

For more info about parking check out our Toronto parking guide.

One comment on “Parking Permit Info (City of Toronto)

  1. We share a mutual drive. Our neighbours do not have a garage and have turned that space into backyard space. Their fence cuts through what we recently found out should be a mutual turning radius and right of way. They now want to double the size of their home which will further take away access to an area we should have access to. Their plans lay out clearly that the broken circled line cuts through approx. 6 feet of their new addition and their current fence houses approximately 40% of the turning radius in their yard denying us legal access. I believe this is illegal and am not sure why the city is having a minor variance hearing or why their wasn’t any description to identify turning radius when everything else was so clearly identified. Not sure how this slipped by City Planning as they have informed our neighbours so they could apply changes to their plans to rectify this error. Our neighbour who does not speak to us came over and sweetly showed her plans and asked my husband to sign off on the minor variance. When he said no she stormed off. Had we not figured this out and paid someone for clarification or if we were not planning on attending hearing this could have caused some major issues to us having a negative affect on our property. Hopefully when we attend this meeting next week our voices will be heard and this injustice corrected.

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