Mississauga resuming parking enforcement starting early July
The City of Mississauga has announced it will be resuming on-street parking enforcement.
As of July 6, the City will be resuming parking tickets for street-parking infractions such as parking on the street for more than five or 15 hours.
Additionally, parking enforcement for on-street parking restrictions from 2 a.m. to 6 a.m. will resume July 6.
In the days leading up to July 6, warning tickets will be issued anyone parking on-street for more than 5 hours or overnight from 2 a.m. to 6 a.m.
Further, all other parking offences that affect public safety continue to be enforced, including fire routes, accessible parking, no stopping, prohibited parking areas, as well as pay and display areas where payment is required.
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