Daytime Parking Permit
In Hampstead, there is a 2-hour daytime parking restriction on Dufferin Road, between Aumont Park and Langhorne for non-residents. However, Dufferin Rd. residents can obtain an annual daytime parking permit as detailed below, and temporary daytime parking permits can be obtained with valid reason.
The information below provides details on how to obtain one of the following permits:
1. Temporary Daytime Parking Permit
2. Annual Daytime Parking Permit (for restricted areas)
Please note that on-street parking without the required permit can result in a $43.00 parking ticket.
1) Temporary Daytime Parking Permit
A temporary on-street daytime parking permit can be granted under certain conditions such as repaving of a driveway, visitors or other valid reason. To obtain a temporary parking permit, please call Public Security.
Please have on hand the following information BEFORE you call:
a. The license plate number;
b. Make and model of car;
c. Street address;
d. Exact dates the car will be parked on the street overnight.
Your call will be automatically placed at the end of the call-queue and you will experience delays if the information listed above is not readily available.
- Temporary on-street parking permits are issued for a maximum of seven days (7) at no charge.
- Temporary overnight or daytime parking permits for on-street parking will not be issued when snow removal operations are expected.
For information, please contact Public Security at 514 369-8200, ext. 8250 (24-hour dispatch).
2) On-street Daytime Parking Permits (more than 2-hour zones)
This parking permit is for residents that live on streets with restricted 2-hour daytime parking regulations.
The permit allows residents to use street parking spots for more than 2 hours from Monday to Friday, 9:00 am to 4:00 pm, after obtaining a permit issued by the Town of Hampstead.
How to obtain a permit?
Residents must apply in person at Town Hall:
5569 Queen Mary Road
Monday to Friday from 8:30 am to 4:30 pm.
Cost and validity of the permit:
The permit is free of charge. It is valid for one calendar year (January 1 - December 31). However, since each permit is assigned to a single vehicle, residents must reapply for a new one at every vehicle change, even if it is a temporary change (borrowed, rental or courtesy car).
- Proof of vehicle ownership (vehicle registration certificate);
- Proof of insurance (the only document that links the vehicle to the address of residency);
- Proof of residence in the concerned sector (driver’s license, tax bill, public utility bill: Hydro-Québec, bell, Vidéotron, etc).
For information, please call Town Hall at 514 369-8200. For a copy of the Daytime Parking Permit form, please click here.