Saint-Laurent wants to know your opinion on the possibility of implanting street parking for residents only (SRRR) stickers in the areas near future REM stations.
Why introduce stickers for street parking?
Pressure on street parking in Saint-Laurent is likely to rise in the coming years, particularly due to the opening of four Réseau express métropolitain (REM) stations in 2024 (see map below 👇).
The decision on whether to implant SRRR stickers in these areas will be made following the citizen consultation, which includes an online survey and a consultation meeting for each area.
Do you live near a future REM station in Saint-Laurent?
We want to hear from you!
Answer the survey
Only people who received a postcard in the mail can complete the survey. Only one response per household is accepted.
Please note the survey is now closed. It was held from mid-October to early December. Thank you to those who took the time to answer!
Take part in the consultation meeting for your area
The people who are affected will receive a detailed invitation by mail between mid-October and early November.
Can’t attend? Register for the webcast.
Please note the consultation meetings have all been held. The recordings of these meetings are available below, simply click the + next to the area’s name.
- Late November: End of citizen consultations
- Winter 2024: Consultation results announced
Frequently asked questions
What is a street parking for residents only (SRRR) sticker?
The SRRR sticker enables residents from a given area to park near their homes in zones that are exclusively reserved for them. It must be renewed every year and may be replaced if it is lost or if the sticker holder moves or changes vehicles.
This sticker would therefore enable citizens living near the REM stations to preserve their parking and prevent the monopolization of parking spaces by REM users from other areas.
This initiative is part of the Plan stratégique de Saint-Laurent, which strives to maintain quality of life for residents and ensure the equitable sharing of public streets.
What time slot would be covered?
The hours of application for the SRRR stickers implanted in the areas near the REM stations would be from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., Monday to Friday.
How much would a sticker cost?
The sticker cost would be the same as for the other SRRRs already implanted in Saint-Laurent: $60 for the first sticker and $120 for the second. Sticker fees encourage residents who have private parking to use it and allow those without to park on the street. The sticker would be valid from October 1 to September 30. Proof of vehicle ownership and two proofs of residence would be required to acquire the sticker. Cost for the first year would be prorated based on the stickers’ impementation date.
When would the implantation take effect?
For the areas where this solution would move forward, the implantation of the SRRR stickers could take place in fall 2024, when REM stations start-up. Implementation would depend on delays that could affect the REM station start-up in 2024, the schedule for which is subject to change by CDPQ Infra.