The Municipal Parking Management Strategy sets the mandate for the Municipal Parking Management Program. Its objectives include providing affordable, secure, accessible, convenient and appealing public parking in Ottawa. It also encourages alternative modes of transportation. The strategy sets the funding model and provides guidelines for parking rates.
Parking studies are a key tool to review the supply and demand for parking in an area. They help determine any needed adjustments. Studies may recommend changing how much parking is available, restrictions, rates or levels of enforcement.
Completed local area parking studies
Parking Stakeholder Consultation Group
The Parking Stakeholder Consultation Group (PSCG) serves as a forum for key stakeholders and the City to discuss policy and services administered by the Municipal Parking Management Program under the authority of the Municipal Parking Management Strategy. The group consists of 13 members who represent a wide variety of key stakeholder groups. The group’s mandate, membership, roles and responsibilities, decision making authority, meeting frequency, and term limits are established in the Council approved Terms of Reference for the Parking Stakeholder Consultation Group.December 3, 2020 meeting minuteshttps://documents.ottawa.ca/sites/documents/files/pscg_dec2020_en.pdf
Beginning with the 2020 – 2022 term of the Parking Stakeholder Consultation Group, meeting minutes as approved by the Parking Stakeholder Consultation Group will be available online: