Milton re-enforcing parking fines, joining other Halton municipalities
The Town of Milton announced on-street parking enforcement will return Sept. 1, as the province continues to ease gathering restrictions and more businesses and services become available.
On March 19, the town relaxed on-street parking enforcement in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. Parking enforcement had been limited to safety-related issues such as blocked fire routes, hydrants, driveways, and misuse of accessible parking spaces.
“Parking enforcement ensures safety, traffic flow, emergency vehicle access and parking space availability as traffic increases,” said the Town of Milton in a news release.
Unless otherwise posted there is a maximum five-hour street parking limit in Milton.
Other bylaw parking enforcement includes:
- From 2 a.m. to 6 a.m.
- In any area where a "No Parking Anytime" sign is displayed
- On a grass boulevard
- On a boulevard within 50 m of an intersection and within 3 m of the curb line
- On residential landscaping
- Within 3 m of a fire hydrant
- Within 1 m of a driveway
- Facing the wrong direction on the road
- On or overhanging a sidewalk
- In a space designated for persons with disabilities without displaying a valid disabled person's permit
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