Service Barrie (705) 726-4242ServiceBarrie@barrie.ca
Barrie residents require a
Resident Parking Pass in order to park for free at
specific waterfront areas. Non-residents are charged $10/hour with a daily max of $50; paid parking is enforced 24/7/365.
Resident Parking Passes were mailed to ALL Barrie addresses in December 2017 and have no expiry date.
New residents can contact Service Barrie at
ServiceBarrie@barrie.ca and provide mailing address and proof of residency (proof of ownership or tenant agreement, or photo of a piece of mail with name and address on it.)
If residents don't have a Resident Waterfront Parking Pass or fail to display their pass and receive a parking ticket in one of the
applicable waterfront areas, they can contact Enforcement Services at
firstname.lastname@example.org and provide proof of residency to have the ticket waived.
There is a maximum of 2 free passes per household. Residents who have previously received two passes must purchase any additional passes. Residents can request to purchase an additional pass for $20 + HST by:
Non-resident waterfront parking passes are valid for the calendar year. The pass costs $90 for residents of Oro, Innisfil, Essa and Springwater (with proof of residency). All other non-residents are charged $130 for the non-resident waterfront parking pass. Non-residents can:
Parking rates of $10/hour or $50/day are applicable for vehicles that do not display a Resident Parking Pass or Non-Resident Waterfront Parking Pass.
Vehicles must display either proof of payment for hourly/daily parking, a Resident Parking Pass, or a Non-Resident Waterfront Parking Pass to park without penalty in this waterfront areas.
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The Resident Parking Passes that were distributed in December 2017 do not have an expiry date, but the City reserves the rights to modify, revise or re-issue passes at any time.
The non-resident waterfront parking pass is valid for the calendar year only.
The set fine for a parking violation in all applicable waterfront parking areas is $100 ($75 for early payment).
Yes. All waterfront parking areas are patrolled by available officers as frequently as possible, but should you wish to report an infraction at the time of occurrence please call 705-739-4241 (depending on call volumes, you may need to leave a message) and officers will attend as soon as possible.
Holders of the Resident Parking Passes can print a maximum of
two licence plates on the front of one pass with a black permanent marker (one licence plate displayed on the permit must correspond with the parked vehicle).
Should your household require an additional pass, they are available for purchase from residents with proof of address for $20 +HST. Please refer to
Obtaining a Resident Parking Pass.
As long as you have not requested additional passes previously, you can obtain a Resident Parking Pass as property owner or tenant with proof of residency (proof of ownership or tenant agreement, or photo of a piece of mail with name and address on it).
There is a maximum of 2 free passes per household; residents who have previously received two passes must purchase any additional passes. Residents can request to purchase an additional pass for $20 + HST by emailing their request, phone number, and proof of residency to
Replacement passes can be purchased by residents for $20 with proof of address. Please refer to
Obtaining a Resident Parking Pass.
No mechanism is officially in place to deal with persons with motorcycles using any parking pass, including the resident parking passes. Staff suggest purchasing a holder from Login Parking as these products provide a way for motorcycles, convertibles and vehicles with open windows to display their receipt from Pay and Display machines or Parking Permits. To ensure officers can see the pass, staff suggest attaching it to the windshield or the tank areas of the bike.
Your pass must be clearly displayed in your window or else you risk receiving a ticket from parking enforcement. If residents don’t have a Resident Parking Pass or fail to display their pass and receive a parking ticket in one of the applicable waterfront lots, they can contact Enforcement Services at
email@example.com or 705-739-4241 to have the ticket waived with proof of residency.
Individuals displaying a valid Accessible Parking Permit or Disabled Person Parking Permit are 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.
Resident Parking Passes with outdated licence plates or that have been damaged can be exchanged at the Service Barrie office (70 Collier Street). Please contact Service Barrie at 705-726-4242 or
ServiceBarrie@barrie.ca to arrange to have your passes exchanged.
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