Residential Parking Pass Application

Residential parking passes allow residents to park vehicles in signed resident exempt parking areas in their residential block.

To apply for a pass, please complete the form below. If you have any questions about the application please email parkingpasses@nanaimo.ca.

We will review the information and contact you with information within 5 business days.

If you reside on a block that has Resident Exempt parking signage posted but does not appear on the above list, and are concerned that you might be issued a violation or you have been issued a violation, please contact parkingpasses@nanaimo.ca.  Proof of residency on the street will need to be provided to the Adjudication Department in order to review the ticket you were issued.  Residents qualify for standard 24 hour parking in the residential parking zones located on the block in which they reside.

Street address and postal code

Proof of Residency and Proof of Vehicle Ownership

Proof of Residency and Proof of Vehicle Ownership must be presented with this form.

Proof of Residency

This field is required

eg Rental agreement or utility bill

 
Proof of Vehicle Ownership

This field is required

eg Vehicle insurance documentation

 
Residential Pass Terms of Use

Collection and use of your personal information
Information collected on this form is done so under the general authority of the Community Charter and Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act (FOIPPA), and is protected in accordance with FOIPPA.  Personal information will only be used by authorized staff to fulfill the purpose for which it was originally collected, or for a use consistent with that purpose. Questions about the collection of your personal information may be referred to the Legislative Services Department at (250) 755-4405, or via email at foi@nanaimo.ca.
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Last updated: November 30, 2020

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Collection and use of your personal information
Information collected on this form is done so under the general authority of the Community Charter and Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act (FOIPPA), and is protected in accordance with FOIPPA.  Personal information will only be used by authorized staff to fulfill the purpose for which it was originally collected, or for a use consistent with that purpose. Questions about the collection of your personal information may be referred to the Legislative Services Department at (250) 755-4405, or via email at foi@nanaimo.ca.
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