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May 4, 2005
Renewals of on street parking permits delayed
  
Renewal notices for on street permit parking have been delayed and will be sent
to residents who pay for the service during the week of May 24, 2005.

The reason for the delay is that the City is reviewing its 2005 permit parking
fees. Arrangements have been made to have the current permits, which expire on
May 31, 2005, honoured until June 30, 2005. Toronto Police Service has been
notified about this extension and will not be issuing tickets during this time.

"We want to remind residents that, once they get their renewal information,
going online is an easy and effective way to renew their parking permit," said
Les Kelman, Acting General Manager, Transportation Services. "We’re hopeful
that many residents will take advantage of this convenient service."

The online service is available at www.toronto.ca/transportation.
A current permit holder requires just a permit number or licence plate number
and a valid credit card to make the payment. By following the online
instructions, a permit can be renewed in just minutes from home without having
to line up and renew the permit in person.


Media contact:

Steve Johnston
Sr. Communications Co-ordinator
Support Services
416-392-4391



 

 

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