Since January 1, 2020, the Société en commandite Stationnement de Montréal ‘s activities have been transferred to the Agence de mobilité durable. Its mission is to ensure the management, regulatory enforcement and innovative development of paid on-street and off-street parking throughout the city of Montreal, and to support actions that promote urban mobility..

Frequenly asked questions : Parking permit

1. Can I register more than one vehicle on a single permit?

Yes. You may register two vehicles on the same permit.

2. Can I lend my permit to another person when I’m not using it?

Yes, but only occasionally. You simply need to add the information linked to the other vehicle to your account, without exceeding the two-vehicle limit.

3. Can I add my name to a waiting list?


4. What is the average wait time to get a permit?

The average wait time is about two years.

5. I’m going on vacation for a few weeks. Can I be reimbursed for the weeks I’m away?

No. The amount paid for your permit is not refundable.

6. What should I do if there aren’t any available spaces in the permit-holder zone?

Should this situation occur, please contact our Customer Service department at 514-868-3737.

7. I haven’t received my permit by mail yet. What should I do?

Should this occur, please contact our Customer Service department at 514-868-3737 or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

8. I got a ticket and would like to contest it. What should I do?

If you’ve being given a parking ticket and would like to contest it, you must fill out the statement of offence’s non-guilty plea section, attach a copy of your parking permit and send these to the Montréal Municipal Court, at the address indicated on said statement. You may also contact the Municipal Court directly at 514-872-2964.

9. How can I obtain a public property occupation permit?

If you wish to reserve on-street parking spaces, cover parking meters or signs, or temporarily remove parking meters, pay stations or signage, please contact the Accès Montréal office, which manages these services, at 311 or 514-872-0311.

10. How can I obtain an on-street residential parking permit (ORPP)?

If you wish to obtain an ORPP, please contact the Accès Montréal office, which manages this service, at 311 or 514-872-0311.

11. How can I cancel my permit?

If you wish to cancel a permit, you need to send us a written notice with your permit attached at least 10 days before the beginning of the following month at this address:
Stationnement de Montréal
640, Saint-Paul West St., Suite 200
Montreal, Quebec H3C 1L9