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Parking Strategy

Looking for parking change? So are we.

The 2019 Parking Strategy Update aims to make it easier to find parking, pay for parking without cash and understand parking restrictions. The project seeks opportunities to leverage technology to improve the parking experience, in order to make the downtown and waterfront more accessible and attractive to all users.

We understand that there are many stakeholders that have a vested interest in parking including residents, workers, businesses, and visitors. That's why we are inviting you to get involved and provide feedback to help develop solutions for the problems that make parking inconvenient in the downtown and waterfront.

Visit to learn more about the Parking Strategy Update and have your voice heard.

Past Parking Strategies

The 2011 Parking Study conducted by transportation consultant Genivar analyzed demand for parking in the downtown and on the waterfront. The results informed the recommendations of the 2012 Parking Strategy and Rate Review Report. The report includes proposed parking principles, methodology for the development of the parking model and long range financial planning assessments.

·         Draft Final Parking Study (December 2011)

·         Appendix A - Downtown Parking Survey Results

·         Appendix B - Waterfront Parking Survey Results

·         Appendix C - Parking Strategy Open House Consultation Materials

·         Parking Strategy & Rate Review Report (February 2012)​​

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