The Curbside Management Strategy was presented at the Urban Planning Committee in August 2022. This strategy will achieve the goals of The City Plan by treating curbside space (like public street parking) as a strategic public asset in order to balance and prioritize the growing and competing demands for the space.
One of the priorities of the strategy will be to review and modernize the Residential Parking Program with an enhanced program that manages curbside congestion. More information will be coming in 2023.
This permit allows residents within a Residential Parking Program area, which are neighbourhoods with signs along the streets stating "Except Residents With Valid Permit", to park their vehicles on the street. In addition to the household permit, residents are able to request visitor permits to be used for visitors or service vehicles providing services to the household or unit.
Annual Household Parking Permits must be renewed annually.
With an approved OSCAM permit, a commercial waste bin, POD, or SeaCan may be placed on City Road right of way for the period approved in the permit.
Servicing address/titled lot must be provided with your application.
All bins shall be retro-reflective, or shall have temporary traffic controls placed to provide retro-reflectivity.
All bins shall comply with the City of Edmonton Traffic Bylaw 5590, section 66 regarding Highway Obstruction.
A daily permitting fee related to the on-street placement of commercial waste bins, PODs or SeaCans is planned, however, this fee is currently on hold until further notice. Further information regarding the upcoming fee will be provided in advance of its implementation.