For Parking Tickets:
Municipal Law Enforcement
45 Cedar Pointe Drive, Box 400 Barrie, ON L4M 4T5 (705) 739-4241
Pay parking ticket online
For Provincial Offences:Provincial Offences Office 45 Cedar Pointe Drive, Barrie, ON L4N 5R7 Phone: (705) 739-4291
For questions regarding parking or to report a broken meter:Service Barrie (705) 726-4242ServiceBarrie@barrie.ca
Check out where all the parking lots are available in downtown Barrie and how long of a walk it is to Dunlop Street:
There are more than 2000 public parking spaces within walking distance to some of the best restaurants, shopping experiences, culture, and entertainment in beautiful downtown Barrie. The Municipal Parking Map details your parking options.
Until the conclusion of the Dunlop Streetscape Project, two hours of free parking is available in the Chase McEachern Way lot (including the 15 Bayfield Street lot) and the Maple Avenue Central parking lot until the end of the construction project. You must print a receipt from the machine and display it on your vehicle dashboard to be eligible for free two-hour parking in these lots. Most downtown lots are five minutes or less walking distance to where the road is closed.
Until further notice, on-street parking spaces along
Dunlop St. and side streets are temporarily designated as loading only zones under the Traffic By-law. This limits parking to standing for 10 minutes or less, which helps businesses and customers use curbside pickup and helps maintain traffic flow in the area.
Dunlop Street East is closed to vehicle traffic from Mulcaster Street to Clapperton Street for four Saturdays (morning until midnight) beginning September 26. As part of the Economic Recovery Plan, the City collaborated with the Downtown Barrie BIA to bring Culture Days programming to Open Air Dunlop. The public is welcome to bike or walk along the street to check out the downtown's newly constructed streetscape, visit a local patio or shop, and discover local artists and their works!
Downtown parking is free until September 8, one of many actions outlined in Barrie’s COVID-19 Economic Recovery Action Plan.
The following rates are usually enforced 9am–5pm, Monday to Friday. Downtown parking options are free on evenings, weekends,
statutory holidays, Easter Monday, and Civic Holiday.
Individuals displaying a valid Accessible Parking Permit or Disabled Person Parking Permit are always permitted to park for free in all municipal paid parking locations but are required to abide by any time limits that may apply to that location.
The municipal parking map details parking areas where monthly passes are permitted. Monthly parking passes for the Collier Street Parkade (blue) are honoured in lots requiring green or yellow passes; green passes are honoured in lots requiring yellow passes. The issuance of a pass does not ensure space will be available in the intended lot.
Please contact Service Barrie at
(705) 726-4242 or
ServiceBarrie@barrie.ca regarding purchasing parking passes.
This parkade is a fully accessible, brightly lit, 7-level parking facility with over 300 public parking spaces and is located on Collier Street between Clapperton St. and Owen St. The parkade provides convenient access to both Collier St. and Dunlop St. and is within walking distance to
Five Points Theatre, Presented by Pratt Homes & Development. Overnight parking is permitted in the parkade.
The City of Barrie has updated its “pay & display” machines to make credit card payment more widely available. Credit card payment option is currently available at the following downtown parking locations:
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