Youngblut Avenue Proposed Parking Change

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City staff recently received requests to limit the ability for Tabor Manor employees to park on Youngblut Avenue. It has been submitted that the daily parking of Tabor Manor employees results in significant damage to the shoulder/boulevard. As such, there is a desire to minimize this parking.

It has been proposed that two-hour parking be implemented from 6:00 a.m. to 10 p.m., seven days a week. Residents with a Youngblut Avenue address can exempt themselves from the time limit by purchasing a permit. The cost is $50 a year per vehicle registered to a Youngblut Avenue address. All other people wishing to park on the street (i.e. visitors, service vehicles, Tabor Manor employees, etc.) will be subject to the two-hour time limit.

Staff are prepared to support the proposal provided if the majority of residents are in favour. If there is insufficient support, no changes will be made, and the parking will remain as is.

Please complete the short survey below by Monday April 5 at 4:30 p.m.


City staff recently received requests to limit the ability for Tabor Manor employees to park on Youngblut Avenue. It has been submitted that the daily parking of Tabor Manor employees results in significant damage to the shoulder/boulevard. As such, there is a desire to minimize this parking.

It has been proposed that two-hour parking be implemented from 6:00 a.m. to 10 p.m., seven days a week. Residents with a Youngblut Avenue address can exempt themselves from the time limit by purchasing a permit. The cost is $50 a year per vehicle registered to a Youngblut Avenue address. All other people wishing to park on the street (i.e. visitors, service vehicles, Tabor Manor employees, etc.) will be subject to the two-hour time limit.

Staff are prepared to support the proposal provided if the majority of residents are in favour. If there is insufficient support, no changes will be made, and the parking will remain as is.

Please complete the short survey below by Monday April 5 at 4:30 p.m.