Thousands of vehicles travel along Regina's roads and streets daily. Parking regulations help to enhance public safety and security while ensuring there is available parking for both Regina residents and visitors.
For information about the provincial legislation concerning parking enforcement, look at the Summary Offences Procedure Act, 1990 and The Cities Act found under the Queen’s Printer on the Government of Saskatchewan website .
The City of Regina is responsible for seizing vehicles that are in violation of The Regina Traffic Bylaw No. 9900 (formerly done by the Regina Police Service).
Accessible Parking Awareness Week
Accessible Parking Awareness Week in Regina is November 29 to December 3. The City of Regina and its Accessibility Advisory Committee want people to know that stopping or parking in an accessible parking stall is illegal and causes major difficulty for those who really need it.
Obtain Parking Permits
Certain Regina residential neighbourhoods require a parking permit for long-term on-street parking during the day or for disabled parking zones
Read Parking Regulations
The City of Regina, Wascana Centre and the University of Regina all have bylaws or regulations that govern parking in these locations