Paid Parking & Enforcement
The Town enforces its parking by-laws by issuing tickets to illegally parked vehicles on both public and private property. This type of enforcement is required to maintain legal parking, regulate traffic movement, and ensure public safety.
To better manage public parking throughout the community, the Town has implemented a paid parking program. All paid parking locations are clearly identified by signage. There are also free public parking lots throughout the community.
The paid parking system uses HonkMobile which provides the ability to pay for parking online by scanning the QR code or by downloading the HonkMobile app.
The Town enforces parking By-laws by issuing tickets to illegally parked vehicles on both public and private property. This type of enforcement is required to maintain legal parking, regulate traffic movement, and ensure public safety.
The Town is now offering online parking ticket payments. Please visit the Paytickets website to pay your parking ticket online. Parking tickets can also be paid in person at Town Hall.
Please note: In some cases, a ticket number that begins with a zero must be entered with the zero omitted to be recognized in the Paytickets system - i.e., ticket number '01234' should be entered as '1234'.
All residents of the Town of The Blue Mountains are permitted to park for free at all paid parking locations throughout the Town by either registering their license plate or by displaying the printed resident pass in their rearview mirror. Printed resident passes are mailed to all taxpayers each spring. Parking passes for non-residents are currently not available.
To register a licence plate(s), please visit Town Hall with photo identification, proof of residency (within the Town of The Blue Mountains) and vehicle registration.
Winter parking restrictions are necessary to ensure snow removal operations can be completed safely and effectively. Overnight parking on Town roads is prohibited annually between November 1st and April 1st from 2:00 a.m. to 7:00 a.m.
The Town of The Blue Mountains partners with the Town of Collingwood to provide public transit services to the Craigleith area, including Blue Mountain Resort. For information, visit the Collingwood/Blue Mountains Transit website.
Grey County provides public transit services from the Town of The Blue Mountains to Owen Sound, as well as routes throughout Grey County. For routes, rates and reservation information, visit the Grey Transit Route website.
A route map and schedule of the Grey Transit Route (GTR) Highway 26 Route is available from the Grey Transit Route website.