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Effective June 8, EPark fees will be reinstated at EPark curbside zones and City-owned parkades.

In support of businesses and customers who continue to use curbside pickup as their primary method of business, the first 30 minutes of every parking session in curbside EPark zones will be free. Please ensure that you start your parking session on the MyEPark app or at an EPark machine, and you will receive the first 30 minutes of your parking stay free.

Users are encouraged to download the MyEPark app for contactless payment options. If this is not possible, EPark customers are should take proper precautions to clean/sanitize hands thoroughly after using payment machines.

The City Hall parkade is closed to the public until further notice.

All individuals continuing to park in City Hall parkade while it remains closed to the public must have a paid monthly parking contract arranged with the City of Edmonton and must display their monthly parking placard OR must ensure that hourly or daily parking sessions are paid for via the EPark system.

Knowing where and when you can park in the city is important to make sure you get to where you need to be. There are many options and restrictions to make sure everyone can get around smoothly.

Parking Requirements for New Homes and Businesses

On June 23, 2020, City Council voted to eliminate minimum on-site parking requirements for new developments city-wide effective July 2, 2020.

These programs manage the availability of parking in residential areas experiencing urban growth and increased visitor demand.
Find out the cost, hours and where you can park.

Pay traffic tickets online, by mail, or in person.

Parking Enforcement Services manages parking violations for accessible, on-street, private property, school zones and private agency parking.

The Future of Accessible Parking

The City is working with Edmonton’s Accessibility community, including the City of Edmonton’s Accessibility Advisory Committee to discuss ways that the City can improve accessibility and proximity for placard holders, including the impact the upcoming Automated Enforcement Program will have on placard holders.

As a part of this work, the City is currently in the process of identifying opportunities for immediate changes to increase the number of designated on-street accessible stalls, and explore technology options that enable placard holders to continue using courtesy parking in all EPark zones.

For More Information

311 Contact Centre

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In Edmonton: 311
Outside Edmonton: 780-442-5311

TTY 780-944-5555

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