Parking Regulations


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395 Mulock Drive P.O. Box 328 Station Main, Newmarket, Ontario
L3Y 4X7

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Residents who wish to apply for a parking exemption can do so online 

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Please note that parking exemptions are available from April 16 to October 31 and become void if snow removal and/or winter road maintenance operations become necessary. Starting April 2019 the Town will charge a fee for the Parking Exemption program.

Otherwise, the following is an overview of the common parking regulations within the Town of Newmarket under the Parking By-law 1993-62

Parking Regulations

  • No vehicle is permitted to park for more than three consecutive hours on any street in Newmarket except between the hours of 7 to 11 p.m. unless otherwise posted
  • No vehicle shall park within two feet of a driveway or laneway
  • Vehicles are not permitted to park on or over sidewalks, or over boulevards located between the sidewalk and roadway, including driveway ramps
  • No person is permitted to park a vehicle on private property without the consent of the owner or occupant of the property
  • Vehicles are not permitted to park within 10 feet of a fire hydrant
  • Parking in prohibited areas, facing the wrong direction is not permitted on any Town street
  • Parking of trucks in excess of 2,500 kg (2.7 tonnes) on any residential street is not permitted
  • Parking or stopping on designated fire routes is not permitted
  • Parking a vehicle in a space designated for disabled persons without displaying a valid disabled person's permit
  • Parking and stopping is prohibited on all front yards or side yards unless permitted under the Town's Zoning By-law
  • Parking and stopping is prohibited on the Town's boulevards unless exempt by a Town of Newmarket By-law
  • From November 1 to April 15, no vehicle(s) are to be parked on any roadway between the hours of 2 and 6 a.m. 

  • Residents are also reminded that as of November 1, it is strictly prohibited to park a vehicle on any roadway so as to interfere with the clearing of snow, regardless of whether or not there is snow on the ground.