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What about parking?

Peterborough has ample downtown parking. Parking locations and regulations are listed at City of Peterborough website. Prices for City-operated parking lots are shown on this comparison chart.

George-StreetThe standard symbol used to indicate parking is a large letter “P”, usually in a green circle. “No Parking” signs show a “P” in a red circle with a red diagonal line.

Basic rules for parking are posted in the online driver’s handbook.

People with physical disabilities may qualify for an Accessible Parking Permit. Permits are provided free of charge through the Ontario Ministry of Transportation.

In the City of Peterborough, there is an Idling Control By-Law. It states that a car may not be left running for more than 2 minutes while parked.


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