two-hour parking sign

The Town of Orangeville would like to remind motorists that two-hour parking is enforced to ensure short-term availability of spaces for shoppers and visitors as Ontario prepares to reopen following the two-month shutdown. The two-hour parking is on several streets and parking lots in the downtown core.

Orangeville Council had implemented a moratorium on downtown parking enforcement as a form of pandemic relief but that ended on April 1, just days before the provincial shutdown was announced.

With the recruitment of additional enforcement staff, the Town now provides after-hours by-law enforcement coverage. The service operates regular business hours plus Monday to Friday from 4:30-8:30 p.m., and Saturday and Sunday from 10 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Any questions can be sent via email to bylaw@orangeville.ca.

Longer-term parking is available, free of charge, in downtown lots and some side streets for those needing extended parking times.