Winter Parking - Overnight Parking
Like many other communities, the City of Brockville has parking restrictions in place during the winter season. These restrictions are necessary in order to ensure snow clearing activities can be completed in a safe and effective manner. In recent years, the City has modified the winter parking restrictions in order to provide more flexibility to motorists whenever weather conditions permit. In effect from November (or the first significant snowfall) through March, parking is prohibited on City streets between the hours of 2:00 am and 7:00 am) When necessary, the Public Works division will provide notice that the parking prohibition time will be extended until 11:00 pm on the evenings that snow clearing operations will taking place. The City will inform the public by 6:00 pm each evening that the operation is to take place. During winter months; check NEWS for current status and updates. Alternatively, follow us on Twitter or the scrolling news bar on our homepage, for current parking restrictions.
The City of Brockville has 7 Municipal Parking Lots for vehicle parking and 3 parking sites to accommodate boat trailer parking. Permits are available at most municipal lots. Rates are posted at the lot machines and vary according to parking lot.
Parking in Residential Areas
Parking on residential streets or highways is limited to a period three (3) hours between the hours of 7:00 am and 11:00 pm. If a vehicle is removed it cannot be parked within three hundred (300) metres from the point at which it was first parked within one (1) hour from the time of its removal.
By-Law Enforcement Division
The By-law Enforcement office is located at City Hall.
Parking Enforcement & Fines
A complete guide and listing of Parking Enforcement & Fines
Paying for a Parking Ticket:
Customer Service Office
Over the phone:
By-law enforcement officers issue parking tickets in accordance with the parking by-law for the City of Brockville.
If you would like to have the By-law Office review your ticket, you will need to email firstname.lastname@example.org and provide the following:
If we receive the above information, we will have the Supervisor review your concerns and contact you with a decision.
You can also call: