On-Street Impaired Mobility Parking Permit Program
What is the On-Street Impaired Mobility Permit Parking Program?
The program is designed to provide a parking space to those residents who have mobility difficulties/disabilities and who do not have access to off-street parking.
How do you get an On-Street Impaired Mobility Parking Space?
You can obtain an application from the Traffic Division. The following requirements must be met:
- You must have a Designated Impaired Mobility Parking Permit (issued by the Provincial Government)
- You must be the driver yourself or a wheelchair user
- There must not be an accessible parking space on your property
- There must be sufficient room adjacent to your property to accommodate a parking space with no parking restrictions currently in place
If you have any inquiries about the On-street Impaired Mobility Parking Program, please contact Access St. John's at 311 or (709) 754-CITY (2489).