If you remain in the same parking space after the first hour once the pay station has expired, you will receive a $40 non-discounted fine.
No person shall park a vehicle in a pay stationed space at which it was previously parked, until at least two hours have passed since the vehicle last occupied that previous space. If you've already parked for three hours at the same pay station, you must move your car to a different parking spot. If you fail to do this, you will be issued a $40 non-discounted fine.
Two-hour time zones are in effect from Monday to Saturday, 8:00 am-6:00 pm.
Pay-stationed parking is in effect from Monday to Saturday, 9:00 am-6:00 pm.
Residential parking permits expire annually on December 31.
No, but they have to move their car every three hours. The same car cannot remain parked in the same stall for longer than three hours.
Anyone who is actively loading or unloading. Hazard lights must also be on. Time limit must be obeyed.
Anyone with a valid 15-minute or 2-hour Commercial Permit or a 4-hour Utility Permit.
Our two-hour, time restricted parking is in place to limit the number of non-residents who park in residential areas. Residential parking permits provide the City of Kamloops with a record of residents who park on their residential street.
Residential permit holders cannot park their vehicles for more than 48 hours continuously without moving their vehicles. While residential parking permits allow vehicles to remain parked on a street for up to 48 hours without moving, the vehicle, operators, and owners must comply with Motor Vehicle Act regulations and Traffic Control By-law No. 23-30.
Residents should remain mindful that parking on City streets is obtained upon availability of space. Out of courtesy for neighbours, residents are encouraged to park in front of their own residence when space is available.
There is no charge for a residential parking permit.
The property owner is responsible for applying for parking permits. Permits are valid for one year, from January 1 to December 31. Property owners must apply to the City of Kamloops with names, vehicle licence plate numbers, and valid ID which contains proof of residence. Proof of residence can be shown with a utility bill, phone bill, or a driver’s licence that associates the applicant’s identity with the property address.
Visit the Bylaw Enforcement office at 6 Seymour St. West to pick up your permit.
Residential parking permits are issued to specific vehicles and are associated with specific addresses. If a vehicle changes, your permit will not be valid. Please apply for a new permit.
Two permits may be issued for each single family residence and one additional permit may be issued for every 8 m of frontage for property that exceeds 16 m in frontage. Street frontage refers to the property line adjacent to the street in the area normally considered the front of the home and/or lot, but does not include a secondary or side yard lot line.
Bylaw Officers regularly patrol two-hour time restricted areas. Vehicles that are parked for more than two hours without a permit may receive a fine or may be towed at the vehicle owner’s expense.
Permit holders cannot park their vehicles for more than 48 hours continuously without moving the vehicle.
Attach your permit to the rear-view mirror or place it face up on the dashboard of your vehicle. Officers must be able to clearly see your permit, and it must not be obstructed in any way. Failure to propertly dislplay your permit may result in a fine.