Residential Parking Program
Many residential areas across Saskatoon experience significant on-street parking congestion, usually generated by a nearby hospital, university, or business district. The Residential Parking Program (RPP) was established to minimize this congestion by limiting non-resident parking to a maximum amount of time so that on-street space is continuously made available in these areas.
Residents of an RPP zone are able to purchase an RPP permit which allows them to park their vehicle near their homes beyond the posted time limit. Parking Enforcement vehicles regularly patrol RPP zones. Vehicles parked on the street beyond the posted time limit are ticketed if they do not display a valid RPP permit.
Current RPP zones in Saskatoon:
Limited Residential Parking Program (LRPP)
Some neighbourhoods experience parking congestion that is contained within a few blocks, rather than spread over a larger area. Congestion in these areas is typically caused by a nearby hospital, high school, or religious institution. Just like an RPP zone, maximum time limits are imposed for non-resident vehicles within the LRPP zone while permitted resident vehicles are able to park beyond the maximum.
Unlike RPP zones, LRPP zones are not continuously patrolled by Parking Enforcement vehicles. Residents must contact Parking Enforcement at 306-975-8344 to report unpermitted vehicles that are parked beyond the posted time limit.
Current LRPP zones in Saskatoon:
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