Where you should park
Permit holding residents may park their non-commercial vehicle on the street in front of their residence or as close to the residence as possible.
NOTE: If it is impossible to park in front of your residence, you will have to park in front of your neighbour’s residence. To avoid complaints, we recommend that you don’t park in front of the same neighbour’s residence every night.
Follow all other parking rules
Permit holders must respect all other parking signs. For instance, a no-parking sign prohibits all vehicle parking – including cars with a long-term overnight parking permit.
NOTE: Permits are issued to a specific licence plate and are not transferable from vehicle to vehicle.
How to obtain a permit
Online or mail method:
You may download the necessary form(s), complete them, and either (1) e-mail them to firstname.lastname@example.org along with scanned copies of the supporting documentation, or (2) mail them along with photocopies of all the supporting documentation to 5801 Cavendish Blvd., Côte Saint-Luc, QC H4W 3C3.
In person method:
You may complete the form(s) available at City Hall and submit them with photocopies of the supporting documentation to the reception area of City Hall or the after hours drop box in the foyer of the city hall/library complex.
A temporary parking permit will be issued upon request to the applicant when the documents are submitted and the fee will start on that date. Please ensure that you include all the requested information and payment. If you have any questions about the information we require, please visit City Hall and we will be happy to answer your questions and help you complete the application form.
Parking on the street during the waiting period without authorization may contravene parking by-laws and result in an infraction.
If you require a temporary overnight parking permit while your application is being assessed, please contact City Hall at 514-485-6800.
Annual permit renewal
You must provide the required documentation at the start of each year if you wish to renew your permit.
Restrictions for permit parking holders
A permit holder must park in front or near the residence and must be parked in a legal space.