Person obtaining a parking permit from parking machine

Parking Enforcement

The Municipal Law Enforcement (By-Law) Department and it's Officers are responsible for the enforcement of our municipal By-laws.

Enforcement of parking restrictions supports road safety, traffic flow, accessibility, emergency vehicle access and assists the Township in managing its maintenance standards.

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Resident Parking

Resident Parking Permits are available to permanent and seasonal residents of the Township of Tiny. The first permit is free and the second is $30.00, with a maximum of two per property.

Hourly & Daily Parking

Hotspot Parking App

Residents and visitors are able to use the HotSpot Parking app (available for Apple and Android) to pay for parking, providing users with greater flexibility to make payments, top-up additional time and receive reminders that time is about to expire.
Township of Tiny partners with HotSpot to launch new mobile payment option

Pay & Display Parking Machines

On-site Pay & Display parking machines may be used by anyone by purchasing and displaying a permit on the dashboard of a vehicle. Parking rates are $2.50 per hour, with a minimum $5.00 purchase and a $20.00 per day maximum fee. Pay & Display parking machines accept payments by coins and credit card. Pay & Display locations include Woodland Beach, Jackson Park, Balm Beach and Lafontaine Beach.

Veteran Licence Plates

Vehicles with an Ontario Veteran Licence Plate can park for free at Pay Parking Locations.
This exemption does not apply to Permit Parking or No Parking Areas. Please see the below Press Release for more details:
Press Release dated August 10, 2022 – Township introduces free parking for Veteran Licence Plates

Non-Resident Parking Permit

A Non-Resident Parking Permit is available only to residents of the Town of Midland, Town of Penetanguishene, Township of Tay and the Township of Springwater.

Special Occasion Permit Parking

The following permits are available to Township of Tiny Residents and Local Community Associations:

Recent Parking Changes

Review additional information on specific parking enforcement programs, locations and initiatives.