What Permits Might You Need?
A permit is not required for landscaping. However, if you plan to enclose a porch or a deck, or construct a gazebo, you will require a permit.
Applying for Building Permits
For more information & to apply, please visit the Town of Oakville website.
On-Street Parking Permits
Most cities and towns now have parking restrictions that require permits for our work vehicles on-street parking. To learn more about obtaining parking permits in your area, select your area from the list below.
Oakville On-Street Parking Permits
Temporary On-Street Parking Permits are available at the Town of Oakville Offices (1225 Trafalgar Road) for occasions such as: paving or repairs to driveways, home renovations, or for visitor/guest parking when parking requirements temporarily exceed the parking provisions.
For one night of unplanned overnight on-street parking, please use the after-hours message service (905) 338-4394 to record your address, licence number and make of your car.
Mississauga On-Street Parking Permits
To get permission to park in excess of the three hour street parking limit, residents can call Mississauga Parking Enforcement at 905-896-5000 Monday to Friday 7:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. Residents will be required to provide licence plate numbers of the vehicles which require the exemption.
Milton On-Street Parking
The Town of Milton does not currently offer permit parking on town streets. The town does give considerations to allow residents to park on the street up to 18 days per calendar year per license plate for parking in excess of three hours. Considerations are granted for overnight guests, driveway repairs or special functions. A parking consideration only exempts the registered vehicle from the three-hour parking by law; all other parking by-law will remain in effect.
For inquiries, please contact Parking Enforcement at 905-878-7252 ext. 2530.
If you experience technical difficulties, you may obtain a parking consideration by calling 905-878-7252 ext. 2530 or go to the website below and fill out the form and send it in.
Burlington On-Street Parking
Unless signed otherwise, vehicles parked on a street for more than 3-hours are subject to a parking ticket unless permission has been granted by Parking Services prior to the ticket being issued.
Residents that do not have enough off-street parking available to meet their needs are not exempt from this Parking Limit By-law.
Halton Hills On-Street Parking
The parking by-law in the Town of Halton Hills limits on-street parking to a maximum of three hours, unless otherwise posted. Overnight parking is not permitted in the winter.
The Town provides special parking considerations which will allow you to exceed the three-hour limit for situations such as driveway repairs, overnight guests and special functions (Limit: 18 parking considerations per vehicle plate per year).
On most local residential streets in new subdivisions, parking is prohibited at all times on one side of the road. This is most often on the side where the fire hydrants are located.
Parking on laneways with a width of 6 metres or less is prohibited at all times on both sides of the road.