Changes to be presented to Council July 13, 2020

Every year the Town of Saugeen Shores reviews and updates the Parking By-Law to ensure it meets the needs of residents and visitors.

This year there are proposed changes across the community. These changes are described below and will be presented to Council on July 13, 2020 for adoption.

Joseph Street (Port Elgin):

  • No Parking within 15 metres of the Pedestrian Cross-Over 24 hrs/day, 7 days/week, all year
  • Allow Parking on the south side, where able
  • No parking on the north side from the cross-over to Waterloo Street 24 hrs/day, 7 days/week, all year

Waterloo Street:

  • Allow parking on the east side from Joseph Street to James Street

Bricker Street:

  • Allow parking on both sides from David Street to Gustavus Street
  • 180-minute limit Monday to Saturday 8:00 am to 6:00 pm from Market Street to 30 metres north of Gustavus Street

Chantry View Drive:

  • Allow “Boulevard Parking” on south side from Lake Street to Huron Street

Lambert Lane:

  • Allow “Boulevard Parking” on west side from Adelaide Street to Peel Street

Saugeen Beach Road:

  • No parking on west side from Bruce Road 25 to #297 Saugeen Beach Road

Boulevard Parking Definition:

  • Vehicle parked within the road allowance but outside the driving lanes such that no part of the vehicle overhangs the concrete curb or edge of asphalt.  Vehicle may be parallel or angled. Does not permit public parking on private property.

As always, there remains:

  • No parking within nine (9) metres of an intersection
  • No parking within three (3) metres of a fire hydrant
  • No blocking private driveways or sidewalks

The full Parking By-law can be found on the Town’s website.

If members of the public have any questions or concerns, please contact:

Amanda Froese, P. Eng., FEC
Director, Infrastructure and Development Services
amanda.froese@saugeenshores.ca
519-832-2008 x119