Visitor parking is available for anyone visiting your property and for tenants visiting another Toronto Seniors Housing property other than the one where they reside. There are two types of visitor parking lots:
- Pay-and-display parking lots: Vehicles parked at these lots must display a ticket purchased from the pay and display meter machines located on the property. You must follow the instructions on the ticket and obey the signs at the location.
- Non pay-and-display parking lots: Vehicles parked at these lots must display a completed visitor parking permit at all times. You must follow the instructions on the permit and obey the signs at the location.
Visitor parking permits
Visitors can get a Visitor Parking Permit from the Operating Unit or Property Management office or Superintendent (where applicable). Each Toronto Seniors Housing household unit is eligible for no more than nine permits per month in lots that are not pay-and-display.
See what types of vehicles can be parked on our properties.
To report a parking violation, call our Community Safety Unit at 416-921-2323.
All Community Safety Unit officers are authorized to write City of Toronto parking tickets. They can also have illegally parked cars towed from Toronto Seniors Housing property.
Learn more about parking enforcement at Toronto Seniors Housing and Toronto Community Housing.