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Unmonitored social gatherings are limited to:

  • 10 people inside
  • 25 people outside

Limit your contact with people who don’t live with you.

Be selective and prioritize your outings.

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  • Stay home if you’re sick
  • Wash your hands
  • Wear a mask
  • Stay 6 feet apart

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By-law receives in excess of 4000 By-law complaints a year. For this reason alone we do not accept anonymous complaints. All complaints, including emails, must contain the complainant's name, address and phone number prior to a complaint being generated.

Complaints can be filed with the Town by phone at 905-619-2529 ext. 3370, by fax at 905-683-1061, report an issue online, or by email at bylawservices@ajax.ca .

Forms & Applications

Parking Tickets and Permits

Occasional Use Permit Parking

PLEASE NOTE: Staff are currently reviewing participation in the pilot program which ended on December 31, 2019, and reporting to the General Government Committee this spring on future recommendations on the program. The Town is seeking your feedback on how to proceed. Please take a few minutes to complete the Occasional-use Parking Permit poll below.

Quick Stats

During the one-year pilot program:

  • 9474 permits were issued
  • Over 226,000 hours of permitted on-street parking was allowed through the Occasional-use Parking Permit system
  • 3614 individuals participated in the pilot project
  • The average permits per participant was 2.6/year

Get Involved

Take the Survey - To help guide the process, share your opinion and complete the Occasional-use Parking Permit Program survey by February 19, 2020. If you require assistance, call 905-619-2529, ext. 3344.

During the review period the program will continue as originally designed.

How it Works

This will allow all visitors and residents of the Town to apply for, and receive, a parking exemption for the prohibitions of parking longer than 3 hours and parking between 3 a.m. and 6 a.m. 

  • 12 permits a year, per license plate.
  • Permits are valid for 24 hours.
  • Permits are free and available 24/7 online.
  • Multiple day and plate permits can be issued at once for user convenience until maximum is reached.
  • Permits are issued electronically and are automatically attached to the license plate - no print and display required.
  • Permits will not be valid or issued during active snow events, which would include the day(s) before, during, or after a major event, when plowing or salting are taking place. 

Restrictions

  • Permits will not be valid if attached to commercial vehicle greater than 7m in length or to a tow truck.
  • All vehicles must have a valid licence plates belonging to the vehicle it is attached to.
  • It is the owner of the vehicles responsibility to park legally as all other provisions of the By-law will apply. (10m from an intersection, 3m from a fire hydrant, 1m from a driveways, etc. will still be in force)
  • Permits will be revoked during an active snow event.
  • Permits will not be issued during an active snow event.
  • By-law parking investigate parking complaints based on the time of day, type of complaint, location, etc. Parking enforcement is not staffed or designed to respond immediately to parking complaints.

APPLY FOR PERMIT NOW

The Town's Parking Brochure lists the most common types of parking prohibitions, and the Town's procedures and practices with regard to parking enforcement.

Pay or Dispute a Parking Ticket

Payments can also be made online through our Online Payment Service using your VISA, VISA Debit, MasterCard, MasterCard Debit or American Express. A convenience fee of $2.00 will apply to all payments.  

 PAY A TICKET

Payments for Parking Infraction Notices can be done in person at 65 Harwood Avenue South using cash, debit or cheque or you can also mail in your cheque to 65 Harwood Avenue, South, Ajax, ON., L1S 2H9 or drop it off in our overnight drop box. Be sure to include your Infraction Number on your memo section of the Cheque. Please note that the Town does not accept postdated cheques.

Pursuant to the Provincial Offences Act, all "Trial Requests" must be made in person and you must complete a "Notice of Intention to Appear" form at 65 Harwood Ave. S., Ajax.