Parking

Overnight street parking is prohibited between midnight and 7 a.m., from November 15 to April 15.

Overnight street parking

Snow InfoThe Snow Info line and Web page are be back this winter.

From November 14 to April 14, simply call the Snow Info line at 514-630-1205 or visit the Snow Info Web page, every day after 5 p.m. to find out whether or not street parking is permitted between midnight and 5 a.m.

Note that the no parking instructions are in effect even after City vehicles have cleared your street. There are several steps to snow and ice removal operations: snow removal, spreading of abrasives, etc. Depending on weather forecasts, snow removal crews may have to pass several times. Therefore, it is important that the streets be kept free the entire night and the following day.

Overnight parking is only permitted in locations where it is already possible to park from November 15 to April 15.

Snow Info line: 514-630-1205
Snow Info Web page

Overnight street parking is prohibited between midnight and 7 a.m., from November 15 to April 15. If you need to park on the street during these hours, contact the Inspection − Public Security Department at 514-630-1234. Weather permitting, a 24-hour temporary permit may be issued. A maximum of three permits a year may be issued per vehicle. Parking is allowed in the daytime on only one side of the street during this period.

Parking permits

Inspection – Public Security is responsible for issuing the following permits:

  • Stickers for reserved parking on the street (residents)
  • Temporary permits for overnight parking, between November 15 and April 15 (depending on the weather and snow removal operations in progress)

For more information, please contact Inspection – Public Security at 514-630-1234.

Recreational vehicle parking

Parking a recreational vehicle is now permitted in the front yard of private properties from April 15 to November 15. The vehicle must be parked in a paved space. This change applies for single-family homes and residential buildings with two to four dwellings. The vehicle must belong to the occupant of the dwelling.

Parking in driveways

No vehicle should be parked on a driveway within 60 centimetres of the street.

Parking – Pointe-Claire Village

On-street parking in Pointe-Claire Village is time limited. If you think you are going to stay longer, take advantage of one of the municipal parking lots instead. Fines may be imposed for non-compliance with parking by-laws.

Make sure you obey signage in place at all times when you park a vehicle on-street or in municipal parking lots.

Information

514-630-1234, secpub@pointe-claire.ca