No parking on Milton streets with winter storm expected to roll in tonight


Published February 27, 2023 at 3:15 pm

Snow plow

With a winter storm expected to roll through Milton starting this evening (Feb. 27), the Town has temporarily suspended on-street parking.

When winter snow storms occur, Milton suspends its street parking exceptions, which means no cars are to be parked on Milton roads. This allows equipment operators to quickly and safely clear snow and treat roadways (salting and sanding) without parked vehicles getting in the way.

Any vehicle that interferes with snow-clearing operations may be ticketed and/or towed at the owner’s expense.

Residents are reminded to not shovel snow onto the road or sidewalk from your property. Placing snow on the road way is a violation of Milton’s road fouling bylaw.

The Town is servicing and maintaining certain park parking lots this winter, which provides residents who rely on street parking exceptions to have an option to park their vehicle when exceptions are suspended to allow for snow removal.

Parking in the following lots is allowed for a 48-hour period:

  • Beaty Neighbourhood Park – south lot
  • Brian Best Park
  • Bronte Meadows Park
  • Clark Neighbourhood Park
  • Coates Neighbourhood Park
  • Ford Neighbourhood Park
  • Laurier Park
  • Lions Park – east lot off Ellis Cres.
  • Optimist Neighbourhood Park
  • Scott Neighbourhood Park – east lot
  • Sherwood District Park
  • Willmott Neighbourhood Park
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