Innisfil, ON – The Town of Innisfil is distributing new parking passes for Innisfil residents and property owners that will remain valid until further notice. The parking passes give residents free access to certain parking lots in the municipality.

“We remain committed to giving residents free, priority access to parking spaces in our most popular community areas across Innisfil,” says Mayor Lynn Dollin. “The new resident parking passes will replace the 2020 passes that remained valid throughout the COVID-19 pandemic.”

All Innisfil property owners will receive one new resident parking pass enclosed in their interim tax bill this January. Those who do not receive a pass in the mail or require more than one pass for their household can pick up a resident parking pass at Innisfil Town Hall or Innisfil ideaLAB & Library branches during operating hours. Proof of Innisfil residency, such as a driver’s licence or utility bill, will be required. If a household requires more than two parking passes, staff will need proof of vehicle ownership or insurance for each vehicle.

Residents are encouraged to switch their passes by February 1, 2023 to beat the summer rush, but Municipal Law Enforcement will work with residents until spring to help with the transition.

People displaying a valid resident parking pass can park along various streets outlined in the Town’s Parking By-law and at the following locations:

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