Parking is an essential part of any transportation system. To learn more about parking rules and regulations in Strathcona County, please read Traffic Bylaw 16-2015.

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RV and trailer parking

RVs are permitted to park on the road in residential neighbourhoods for up to 36 hours (must be attached to a vehicle). It is your responsibility to park your recreation vehicle safely in residential neighbourhoods.


  • RVs must not block traffic or pedestrians. 
  • RVs must not overhang the sidewalk or road.
  • Unattached trailers are not permitted at any time on the road.

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Cul-de-sac parking

Strathcona County reviews cul-de-sac parking on a case-by-case basis to ensure safe travel for all road users and livability for residents in the area. Following a review, parking restrictions may be implemented to address parking, lane width or access issues within the cul-de-sac. 

If you have questions about parking around your cul-de-sac, or would like to request a review, please submit an inquiry through County Connect.

Parking in Transit zones

For safety reasons, it is illegal to park in a transit zone.

The Traffic Safety Bylaw designates a 35-metre no-parking zone to allow buses to maneuver fully alongside the curb, safely pull out into traffic, and allow passengers to board the bus in an unobstructed manner.

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Public parking in Centre in the Park

Public parking in Centre in the Park is managed through an integrated parking system by Strathcona County.

The district has over 1,300 public parking stalls. Information about rates, hours of operation, EV charging stations and maps are available.

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Parking bans during snow removal

There are two types of parking bans: snow route parking bans and residential street parking restrictions.

Knowing the difference—and which signs to watch for—could save you from a costly ticket and tow.

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Last updated: Thursday, May 02, 2024
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