Parking

Unless otherwise indicated, parking in municipal lots is limited to a maximum of 24 consecutive hours. Also, parking is prohibited on public roads between 3 a.m. and 5 a.m. from November 15 to April 15 inclusive, and year around for more than four (4) consecutive hours between 5 a.m. and 8 p.m., unless otherwise indicated.

However, a temporary permit can be obtained for parking on a public road between 3 a.m. and 5 a.m., from November 15 to 
April 15, in certain circumstances: renovations, repaving of a driveway, visitors. To request a permit, present yourself at City Hall (60 Martin Avenue) with the car's licence plate information in hand. For any question concerning temporary permits outside of working hours, contat Public Security at 514 630-1234.

Also, during the winter season, the City of Dorval implements a temporary signage system during snow removal operations. Therefore, from November 15 to April 15 inclusive, in order to facilitate the work of snow removal employees, the City asks that motorists respect the temporary parking signs when displayed on the streets of Dorval (by-law RCM-1308).

Please take note that temporary parking signs take precedence over permanent ones. Failure to respect this signage will result in the towing of the vehicle, which will be moved to a nearby street.
 

YOUR VEHICLE HAS BEEN TOWED?
For the exact location of your vehicle, please contact Neighbourhood Police Station 5 at 514 280-0105 or the Public Works Department at 514 633-4046.


Furthermore, it is forbidden to park a bus, a truck, a tractor, a van, a trailer, a semi-trailer, a motorised trailer, a service vehicle, a commercial, or delivery vehicle except if it is in the process of loading or unloading (process that must be done without interruptions) at all times on a public road and in a public place.

Parking on private property

Parking areas can be created on private property. Zoning regulations set out the standards which must be respected.

Parking of Heavy Vehicle

It is forbidden to park, on public or private property in residential areas, between 9 p.m. and 7 a.m., any commercial vehicle, whether identified as such or not, of a total weight of more than 9,000 lb. when loaded, or equipped with a box whose interior dimensions exceed 6 feet in height or 8 feet in length.

It is also forbidden to park more than one commercial vehicle per housing unit at a time on a single property.

Information: 514 633-4040