Parking control officers with the City of Prince George enforce on-street parking and off-street parking in City-owned or operated parking facilities. Residents may pay parking notices issued by the City, register for parking permits, or dispute parking notices.
For information on downtown parking, refer to the City's downtown parking section.
Pay a Parking Notice
Parking notices may be paid in three ways:
Pay a parking notice through the City of Prince George's secure online payment system with a credit card. The City accepts VISA, Mastercard, and American Express.
In Person or By Mail
Payments are also accepted in person at City Hall from 8:30am to 4:30pm with cash, debit, and credit cards accepted. Cheques or money orders may also be sent to City Hall
1100 Patricia Boulevard
Prince George, BC V2L 3V9
Register for Residential Parking Permits
Residents who live on a street with timed parking limits each day may apply -
at no cost - for a
Residential Parking Permit through the City. The permit exempts qualified holders from charges (limit two per dwelling).
Residents will need their vehicle registration papers and at least one of the following documents to show proof of residency:
- Driver's license showing the address where the permit will be used
- Phone, utility, or cable TV bill
- Property tax receipt
- Bank or credit card statement
- Tenancy agreement
- Change of address registered with the post office
All documentation is subject to verification by Bylaw Services.
Proof of residency at a permit address must be provided if Residents are not a vehicle's registered owner or if a vehicle is not registered to the permit address (e.g. company vehicles).
Residents who have or live in a non-permitted secondary suite will not be able to obtain parking permits for that suite.
Residents may also apply for a free Visitor Permit for guests staying at the residence. Visitor Permits are valid for two days at a time and may be renewed.
Dispute Parking Notices
Parking notices may be disputed by contacting City Hall at
250-561-7623 or by completing an online Ticket Dispute Form.
Notices may be cancelled if:
- The notice was written out to a stolen vehicle.
- The notice was issued to the wrong licence plate.
- The vehicle was parked in an area with a valid parking permit.
- A duplicate notice was inadvertently issued for the same incident.
To dispute a notice online: