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Parking Regulations

Regular Parking Regulations

  • Where there are no signs, you are allowed to park for 3 hours.
  • Do not park on the landscaped portion of the road allowance, and do not block or park closer than 1.5 meters of another driveway/ laneway.
  • Winter Parking Restrictions apply from November 1 to April 1 each year.
Winter Parking Restrictions
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Overnight winter parking restrictions are in effect from November 1 to April 1 each year.

During this time, no person shall park a vehicle or permit a vehicle to remain on any street at any time between 1:00a.m. to 7:00a.m., no matter the weather conditions. Anyone doing so is liable to a fine and/or will have their vehicle towed away at the owner's expense.

A pilot program is in effect for the 2022-2023 winter season.

Special occasion temporary parking permits are available at no cost. Please contact the Public Safety and Enforcement Department at 613-443-3066, extension 2340.

 New! Pilot Project for Winter Parking Restriction (2022-2023)

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Following approval by Council a pilot program is in effect for the 2022-2023 winter season:

  • In December, January, and February, a regular winter parking ban will be in effect each night from 1:00a.m. to 7:00a.m., regardless of weather conditions.
  • In November and in March, the on-street parking ban will be reduced to alert-based only (since there is historically less snowfall during these months).

Register for our parking ban alerts. You will receive an email notice before 2:00p.m. if an on-street parking ban is in effect. A notice will also be posted on our Parking webpage.

Register for Parking Ban Notices

Where to Park

During a winter parking ban, you can park at one of four designated parking areas between 7:00p.m. and 7:00a.m.:

  • Embrun Community Centre, in front of the skate park (8 Blais, Embrun)
  • Richelieu Park, west side (159 St-Moritz Terrace, Embrun)
  • Russell park-and-ride parking lot, east side (1st Avenue, Russell)
  • Duncanville Park, north side (1141 Concession, Russell)

There are a total of 48 overnight parking spots available. Maps of the designated areas can be found on our Parking webpage.

Any vehicle that remains parked in these designated parking areas during the day may be issued a ticket.

Commercial vehicles, buses, and trailers cannot park in these designated areas overnight. These lots are not supervised or controlled, and the Township will not be responsible for damage to vehicles.

Special occasion temporary parking permits are available for on street parking at no cost. Please contact the Public Safety and Enforcement Department.

View of Embrun Designated Overnight Parking Area View of Richelieu Park Designated Overnight Parking Area

Russell Park-and-Ride Designated Overnight Parking Area