Parking Signs Pilot

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The City recognizes the importance of parking and curbside management, including signage that is clear and easy to understand. Easier to read parking signage is better for drivers and businesses, and helps to reduce congestion. That’s why we are trying out a few different approaches to improve parking signage to make it easier to understand where and when you can park.



The City recognizes the importance of parking and curbside management, including signage that is clear and easy to understand. Easier to read parking signage is better for drivers and businesses, and helps to reduce congestion. That’s why we are trying out a few different approaches to improve parking signage to make it easier to understand where and when you can park.



  • Public engagement closed

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    by CityofWinnipegDP,

    Thank you to all who participated in the focus groups and online survey. Public engagement opportunities were available from January 10 to March 30, 2022. Feedback is currently being considered and a summary of the engagement process will be posted online.

  • We want your feedback!

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    We heard you in Phase 1 and revised the parking guides (see the public engagement summary for more information). Now the City has new regulatory signs and revised guides in the pilot area and is asking for your feedback to ensure the signs are easier to read and understand.

    Tell us what you think of the pilot parking signs and revised parking guides.

    Have your say until March 21, 2022.

Page last updated: 05 Apr 2022, 03:41 PM