The Manitoba Parking Permit Program is a program regulated by Manitoba Infrastructure and Technology and administered by SMD. The Program ensures that when a person has difficulty walking more than 50 meters they can park in one of the specially designated parking spots in lots across the province.
Anyone who needs the full-time assistance of a mobility aid such as a wheelchair, walker, cane, or crutches is eligible for a Parking Permit. Temporary Permits are also available to allow you to use designated spaces during your recovery period (as certified by your health care professional).
People are eligible for the Permit even if they don't own a vehicle. The numbered Permit can be hung in the rear view mirror of any car as long as the registered Permit holder is also in the car.
People moving to Manitoba are required to get a Manitoba Parking Permit within three months of becoming a permanent resident to avoid any confusion about their right to park in a designated space. Visitors to Manitoba, however, can use their regular accessible parking permit during their visit – just as the Manitoba Parking Permit is recognized across Canada, the United States and the European Union (EU).
We recommend checking with local authorities when planning on using your permit abroad.
The Parking Permit is available for a cost recovery fee of $15.00. For people with a permanent disability, a Permit is valid up to three-years. Temporary Permits expire once a person has completed their recovery.
How to Apply
You can pick up an application for a Parking Permit at any SMD regional office throughout Manitoba, at your doctor's office, Manitoba Public Insurance Service Centre or your local municipal office.
You can also print your own application. Simply click on one of the PDF links below to open an application document. Print it out, fill it in and forward the completed form toParking Permit Program Office 1857 Notre Dame Avenue, Winnipeg MB, R3E 3E7 :
Permit Holder Responsibilities
As a Parking permit holder, you have certain responsibilities. Ensuring your Permit is used properly will help make sure that designated spaces are being used by the people who need them.
For a complete list of your responsibilities as a Permit holder and answers to some frequently asked questions, download the PDF below.
All inquiries regarding parking meters and parking permit stalls should be directed to the City of Winnipeg by phoning 311.
If you have a question about permits no longer required, renewing a permit and damaged/lost/stolen permits, please CLICK HERE.
For More Info:
Parking Permit Program Office
1857 Notre Dame Ave