Permits and Licences
General Parking Information
Parking without the required permit can result in parking ticket.
Temporary daytime parking permits and temporary & annual overnight parking permits can be obtained with valid reason. Overnight parking tolerance is offered on occasions when most people don’t work.
Per By-law No. 694, overnight parking is tolerated in the Town of Hampstead for the following occasions:
- Passover – (March-April) from the first day for nine (9) days;
- Good Friday to Easter Monday – (March-April) for four (4) days;
- Shavuot – (May –June) from the first day for three (3) days;
- Rosh Hashanah / Yom Kippur / Succot / Simchat Torah – (September-October) from the first day of Rosh Hashanah to the day following Simchat Torah;
- Christmas Eve / New Year – (December 24 to January 2) – for ten (10) days;
- Every Friday evening until Saturday morning.
Overnight parking allows residents and guests to park their cars on the street overnight without special overnight parking permits.
Town regulations restrict parking from 2 am to 5 am at all other times and non-compliance will result in a parking ticket.
Daytime parking rules remain in effect, as do all restrictions for blocked fire hydrants and driveways.
For more information, please call Town Hall during regular business hours at 514 369-8200 or Public Security at 514 369-8250 (24-hour dispatch).
These permits are granted under certain conditions such as; repaving driveways, visitors, or other valid reasons.
Annual maximum of 12 free overnight parking passes per license plate, with additional permits available for $5.00 per vehicle per day.
Annual on-street overnight parking permits may be granted to residents with insufficient parking space on their property. After obtaining a Town-issued permit, residents will be allowed to use overnight on-street parking from Monday to Sunday, 2:00 am to 5:00 am.
Cost and validity of permits:
For all except for the streets listed in Category 2.
$270.00 for the first vehicle
$420.00 for the second vehicle and all additional vehicles
For residents residing on Côte Saint-Luc Road, MacDonald Ave., Harrow, Cleve, Aldred, Holtham, and Dufferin (between Côte Saint-Luc and Langhorne)
$155.00 for the first vehicle
$260.00 for the second vehicle
$60.00 / vehicle for a monthy permit*
$30.00 / vehicle for a weekly permit*
$5.00 / vehicle per day for an overnight permit (beyond the 6 annual free permits per license plate).
*As per Municipal By-law 1010. Conditions of By-law 694, art. 15.7 apply.
- Valid for one year and assigned to a single vehicle. Must reapply for a new one at every vehicle change, even for a temporary change. Any change of vehicle or plate number, including temporary use of a borrowed, courtesy or rental car, must be reported to the Town.
- Permits are not refundable.
- Permits issued are not valid for overnight parking on Côte Saint-Luc Road, which is the exclusive jurisdiction of the City of Montreal.
- Hampstead residents who live on Côte Saint-Luc Road are allowed to park on surrounding streets only.
Required documents (must be uploaded online):
- Proof of vehicle ownership (vehicle registration certificate);
- Proof of insurance (the only document that links the vehicle to the address of residency);
- Proof of residence in the concerned sector (driver’s license, tax bill, public utility bill: Hydro-Québec, Bell, Vidéotron, etc);
- Your permit will be valid when we verify the uploaded required documents online.
Method of payment:
VISA, Mastercard, Interac, or Cash
For information, please call Town Hall at 514 369-8200.
Temporary on-street daytime parking permits are granted under certain conditions such as repaving driveways, visitors, or other valid reasons.
Annual maximum of 12 free on-street parking permits per license plate, with additional permits available for $3 per vehicle per day, will not be granted when snow removal operations are expected.
All traffic and parking tickets can be paid online.
Fines must be paid to the City of Montréal on their online payment portal Pay Online.
Various payment options are available to complete online payment.
You cannot contest a statement of offence with Pay Online.
If you want to contest your statement of offence, you must complete the reply form attached to the statement of offence that you were issued and send it to Montréal’s Municipal Court, which must receive your contest within 30 days of the date your statement was issued.
Parking permits are obtained online: