Disabled Parking Permit changes

As of January 11, 2016, Service Ontario has implemented new enhanced security features to the disabled parking permits to prevent copying and or fraud. Do you qualify for one? Find out more… https://www.ontario.ca/page/get-accessible-parking-permit

As a reminder lost permits do not require a Police report however stolen ones do. Permits are to be displayed on the dashboard or on the turned down side of the sun visor. Permits are only to be used if the permit holder is the driver or passenger of the motor vehicle.

Parking in a designated accessible parking space without a permit is hefty $350.00 fine under the City of St. Thomas By-Law.

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4 comments

  1. It won’t let me click on the link. Where do you turn in old permit for new one

  2. they will automatically send the new one to you ..or go to the lincence bureau

  3. Jack Beleutz

    Has the city ever issued a $350 fine for illegal parking in a handicap area? All one has to do is drive around st thomas and you will see infractions every day.