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The City of Kenora has a dedicated team of By-law Enforcement Officers proactively enforcing parking regulations by monitoring the meters, streets and lots in our City. The Parking Lot and Structure Regulation By-law 66-2006 and Traffic Regulation By-law 180-2015 set out the details of these regulations.

Inquiries about parking permits and to report parking issues, contact City Hall by phone at 807-467-2000 or by email at service@kenora.ca.

Overnight parking is permitted at the Kenora Recreation Centre Lot 6, Anicinabe Boat Launch and at Keewatin Memorial Arena front lot.   These are the only City owned lots that permit vehicles in excess of 6.7 meters and overnight parking.  Parking Prohibited 81-2013 Permit may be required.

Parking meter spaces are available in the Harbourtown area and have specific hour maximum daily time limits between the hours of 9:00am and 6:00 pm, excluding Sundays and Public Holidays.  Meters are set at a rate of $1 per hour, accepting quarters and $1 & $2 coins.

There are two parking lots with auto pay station ticket dispensers located at McLellan Avenue (City Hall) and Harbourfront South.  The pay stations accept quarters and $1 and $2 coins.  Please ensure to clearly display the ticket on the dash board of your vehicle for our By-law Enforcement Officers to verify the ticket date and time of expiry.

Long term parking spaces are available by the week or month at Chipman Street Parking Lot, Harbourfront North, Harbourfront South, Kenora Parkade, Kenora Recreation Centre, and Keewatin Memorial Arena.  There are also six spots available on First Avenue South for Coney Island residents. Valid parking permits must be prominently displayed in the lower right front window of your vehicle.

Coming soon NEW Park Street Parking Lot!  The Park Street parking lot will be under construction starting June 18 until June 30, 2017.  During this time construction crews will be installing concrete barriers and lights, patching asphalt, and painting lines.  While completing this work, areas of the parking lot will be temporarily blocked off, limiting or interrupting parking stall availability.  Once the construction is complete, a pay station will be installed for drivers to purchase a ticket for $1 per hour.  The pay station will accept coin or credit cards (Visa or MasterCard).  There will be limited long term lease options available.  Contact City Hall for more information.

Free daily parking can be found at Kenora Recreation Centre back lot,  A & W ballfield, Garrow Park, Keewatin beach, Norman Park, McLeod Park, Keewatin Memorial Arena front lot.  Please note no overnight parking is permitted between 2:00 am and 6:00 am unless in a designed overnight parking lot and with paid permit.

When choosing to park your vehicle curb side on City streets, be sure to refer to signs indicating no parking or tow-away zones, time limits and restricted zone, one way streets, community safety zones, and school bus loading zones.  If there is no sign posted, the maximum parking limit is 48 hours.

Parking is permitted along the south side of Lakeview Drive on the paved shoulder along the greenbelt from 190 metres west of the Roundabout, westerly for 250 metres on Wednesdays for 4 hours during the Market season.

Kenora Recreation Centre Parking

To find out more about parking at the Recreation Centre please visit the Recreation Facilities section.

Disabled Person Designated Parking

The City of Kenora recognizes the need for accessible parking spaces and there are many designated for disabled persons within the City of Kenora and private property. A Disabled Person Parking Permit must be clearly displayed on or in the vehicle using that space to avoid a parking ticket.   Fines are very high to discourage misuse of parking in a disabled zone.

Veteran’s Plate Parking

The City of Kenora recognizes the sacrifice and commitment  of our Veterans’ and has established a special regulation to exempt municipal  parking fees for a vehicle displaying an Ontario Veteran’s licence plate.  Veterans who have an Ontario issued Veterans licence plate may park at any meter (except a disabled meter unless a permit holder) free of charge.

Should you find a parking ticket has been issued to you, payments may be submitted on-line, in person at City Hall, or mailed to the address on the ticket.   For other traffic ticket information and payments, contact the Provincial Offences Department.