Lot 7 (208 - 9 Ave SW) will be fully closed for an equipment hoist October 23rd between 7:00 am - 3 pm.
Lot 62 (399 - 9 Ave SE) Platform Parkade rooftop will be partially closed for filming October 23rd between 10:30 am – 1:00 pm.
A residential parking permit is a permit issued by the Calgary Parking Authority to residents living at a qualifying address within a residential parking zone.
Qualified dwelling units can apply for two permits simultaneously at no cost. Exceptions are the AAA and YY permit zones.
You can search through the different residential parking areas by visiting our website at www.calgaryparking.com/parkingpermits or by calling 403-537-7000, option 2 and press 1.
Note: Not every address within a Residential Parking Zone qualifies for a Residential Parking Permit. Please contact us at 403-537-7000 for specific addresses and requirements.
Communities may ask for residential parking restrictions to protect their communities from excessive parking in the area. The residents of the community petition through The City of Calgary's Traffic Operations to have their area restricted. City Council must approve the creation of new zones. If you are a resident in the area you must then apply for your parking permits to park on the affected streets. For more information, please visit http://www.calgary.ca/Transportation/Roads/Pages/Traffic/Parking-management/Residential-parking-zones.aspx.
Visit www.calgaryparking.com/parkingpermits/howtoapply for information on how to apply.
The CPA will refund the cost of third and additional parking permits to the permit holder in the following circumstances:
If you live in an existing Residential Parking Permit Zone and wish to request or make changes to parking restriction street signs, please call 3-1-1 and request a Residential Parking Signs petition.
Please click here for more information on the process.
If you checked the Residential Parking Permit Zone map and you do not live in an existing Residential Parking Zone, you can request a zone via your community association or City Councillor. Please click here for more information.
Yes; motorcycles and scooters must follow the same process to apply for and obtain a residential parking permit.