Types of Parking Permits
Tenant Barcode Permits:
Tenant parkers will receive a Barcode Permit that allows the tenant to park at their assigned parking location and space where applicable, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, at one specified address and is not valid at other Toronto Seniors Housing addresses.
Non-Tenant Barcode Permits:
Non-tenants and commercial tenants will receive a Barcode Permit that allows the person to park at their assigned parking location and space where applicable 24 hours a day, 7 days a week at one specified address and is not valid at other Toronto Seniors Housing addresses.
Visitor Parking Permits:
Visitors may park on Toronto Seniors Housing properties as designated by Visitor Parking signage and must adhere to the signage on the property. Visitor parking permit requirements may vary between properties.
Short-Term Hanging Parking Permits are available to:
- A registered parker whose vehicle is temporarily not in service due to accident or repairs and who is using a rental or loaned vehicle for a specified time period. It is the registered parker’s responsibility to advise Toronto Seniors Housing and to request a Short Term Hanging Parking Permit from the regional office; otherwise the vehicle will be ticketed.
- A non-tenant who is requesting parking on Toronto Seniors Housing property for 11 months or less. The permit allows the non-tenant to park at one specified address and space where applicable, for the time period specified on the permit, and is not valid at other Toronto Seniors Housing addresses.
Vehicle On Duty Signs are available to:
- Contractors and vendors who have regular business activities and a Standard Purchasing or Service Agreement with Toronto Seniors Housing or Toronto Community Housing to provide products or services.
- Agencies that are publicly recognized and properly registered non-profit organizations that provide services to Toronto Seniors Housing tenants at Toronto Seniors Housing properties.