Exchange a parking sticker after moving

Last updated February 9, 2024

Have you moved to a new parking zone? Find out whether you can exchange your residents-only parking sticker or need to get a new one.

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1. Understand the conditions

Your sticker will be exchanged free of charge if it’s still valid and you lived in one of the following boroughs:

  • Ahuntsic-Cartierville (change of sector)
  • Côte-des-Neiges–Notre-Dame-de-Grâce
  • Le Plateau-Mont-Royal
  • Le Sud-Ouest
  • Mercier-Hochelaga–Maisonneuve
  • Rosemont–La Petite-Patrie
  • Villeray–Saint-Michel–Parc-Extension
  • Ville-Marie

You were living in another borough? You need to apply for a new sticker.

Please note that your sticker’s validity date remains the same after the exchange and that no fee adjustment will apply.

2. Gather the necessary documents

Please attach copies of the following supporting documents to your application.

Old sticker

You may also use a photo of the cut-up sticker, proving that it is no longer usable. The license plate number must remain visible.

Proof of residence

Attach 2 of the following documents, dated within the past 3 months and showing your name and address:

  • Valid driver’s license or notice of renewal, or notice of renewal of your Québec health insurance card, or correspondence from the Municipal Court
  • Automobile insurance certificate or insurance contract declarations page
  • Utility bill (Hydro-Québec, natural gas, or telecommunication company such as Bell, Vidéotron, Rogers or other)
  • Official document from an educational institution
  • Statement from a financial, credit or investment institution, or a trust company
  • Monthly statement of investments from a trust or financial institution
  • Notice of change of address or proof of mail forwarding (sticker) from Canada Post
  • Official document from Revenu Québec or the Canada Revenue Agency
  • Employment Insurance statement

Residential leases, real estate and school tax bills are not accepted as proof of residence.

3. Submit your application

The online form is a first step in processing your application. It allows you to submit your supporting documents. We will contact you to complete your application.

Point of service

555 Rue Chabanel Ouest
Suite 600
Montréal, QC H2N 2H8

Bring the documents and get your sticker immediately.

You can also apply at other borough offices (but not for car-sharing stickers).

Point of service

555 Rue Chabanel Ouest
Suite 600
Montréal, QC H2N 2H8

Send copies of your documents to the address above.

Attach all required documents to your e-mail. We will contact you to complete your application.

Legislation

1. Understand the conditions

Your sticker will be exchanged free of charge if it is still valid, regardless of the borough from which you moved.

Please note that your sticker’s validity date remains the same after the exchange and that no fee adjustment will apply.

2. Gather the necessary documents

Please attach copies of the following supporting documents to your application:

Old sticker

You may also use a photo of the cut-up sticker, proving that it is no longer usable. The license plate number must remain visible.

Vehicle registration certificate

If the certificate is not in your name, also attach the extract from the insurance policy that names you as the primary driver.

If you are leasing your vehicle, also attach the lease agreement which must be in your name.

Automobile insurance certificate

If the certificate is not in your name and for your address, also attach the extract from the insurance contract that names you as the primary driver at your address.

Company vehicles: if you drive your employer’s vehicle, provide the insurance certificate and a letter from the employer (on letterhead) naming you as the primary driver that shows the make, model and year of the vehicle as well as your address.

Proof of residence

Provide one of the following documents (dated within the past three months) that shows your name and address:

  • Valid driver’s license or license renewal notice
  • Utility bill (Hydro-Québec, gas, telecommunication company such as Bell, Vidéotron, Rogers, or other) 
  • Invoice from an educational institution 
  • Monthly statement from a credit or financial institution
  • Monthly statement of investments from a trust or financial institution
  • Notice of change of address or proof of mail forwarding (sticker) from Canada Post
  • Official documents from Revenu Québec or the Canada Revenue Agency
  • Employment Insurance statement
  • Québec health insurance (RAMQ) client card renewal notice
  • Correspondence from the municipal court

Residential leases are not accepted as proof of residence.

Additional document

If you are an entrepreneur who owns the vehicle:

  • A document proving that the company is registered in the Registre des entreprises du Québec (REQ), and that you are the company’s owner, sole shareholder and sole director.

3. Submit your application

Point of service

7701 Boulevard Louis-H.-La Fontaine
Montréal, QC H1K 4B9

Bring the documents and get your sticker immediately.

Point of service

7701 Boulevard Louis-H.-La Fontaine
Montréal, QC H1K 4B9

Send copies of your documents to the address above.

Attach all required documents to your e-mail. We will contact you to complete your application.

Legislation

1. Understand the conditions

Your sticker will be exchanged free of charge if it’s still valid and you live in one of the following boroughs:

  • Ahuntsic-Cartierville (change of sector)
  • Côte-des-Neiges–Notre-Dame-de-Grâce
  • Le Plateau-Mont-Royal
  • Le Sud-Ouest
  • Mercier-Hochelaga–Maisonneuve
  • Rosemont–La Petite-Patrie
  • Villeray–Saint-Michel–Parc-Extension
  • Ville-Marie

Please note that your sticker’s validity date remains the same after the exchange and that no fee adjustment will apply.

Did you move from another borough? You must apply for a new sticker.

2. Gather the necessary documents

Please attach copies of the following supporting documents to your application:

Old sticker

You may also use a photo of the cut-up sticker, proving that it is no longer usable. The license plate number must remain visible.

Vehicle registration certificate

If the certificate is not in your name, also attach the extract from the insurance contract that names you as the primary driver.

If you are leasing your vehicle, also attach the lease agreement which must be in your name.

Automobile insurance certificate

If the certificate is not in your name and for your address, also attach the extract from the insurance contract that names you as the primary driver at your address.

Company vehicles: If you drive your employer’s vehicle, provide the insurance certificate and a letter from the employer (on letterhead) confirming your personal use of the vehicle and mentioning the company’s name and address.

Proof of residence

Provide one of the following documents (dated within the past three months) that shows your name and address:

  • Valid driver’s license
  • Utility bill (Hydro-Québec, gas, telecommunication company such as Bell, Vidéotron, Rogers, or other) 
  • Invoice from an educational institution 

Leases are not accepted as proof of residence.

3. Submit your application

The online form is a first step in processing your application. It allows you to submit your supporting documents. We will contact you to complete your application.

Point of service

5160 Boulevard Décarie
Montréal, QC H3X 2H9

Payment method

Click on the place to see accepted methods of payment.

Bring the documents and get your sticker immediately.

You can also apply atother borough offices(but not for car-sharing stickers).

Point de service

5160 Boulevard Décarie
Montréal, QC H3X 2H9

Send copies of your documents to the address above.

Legislation

1. Understand the conditions

Your sticker will be exchanged if it is still valid, regardless of your borough of origin (except LaSalle).

Cost
$5.75 (taxes included)

Please note that your sticker’s validity date remains the same after the exchange and that no fee adjustment will apply.

Were you living in LaSalle? You must submit a new application for a sticker.

2. Gather the necessary documents

Please attach copies of the following supporting documents to your application:

Old sticker

You may also use a photo of the cut-up sticker, proving that it is no longer usable. The license plate number must remain visible.

Vehicle registration certificate

If the certificate is not in your name, also attach the extract from the insurance policy that names you as the primary driver

If you are leasing your vehicle, also attach the lease agreement which must be in your name.

Automobile insurance certificate

If the certificate is not in your name and for your address, also attach the extract from the insurance contract that names you as the primary driver at your address.

Company vehicles: if you drive your employer’s vehicle, provide the insurance certificate and a letter from the employer (on letterhead) naming you as the primary driver and showing the make, model and year of the vehicle and your address.

Proof of residence

Provide one of the following documents (dated within the past three months) showing your name and address. If your request is for a company vehicle, attach two documents.

  • Valid driver’s license
  • Utility bill (Hydro-Québec, gas, telecommunication company such as Bell, Vidéotron, Rogers, or other) 
  • Invoice from an educational institution
  • Monthly statement from a credit or financial institution
  • Insurance certificate showing your address

Leases are not accepted as proof of residence.

Additional document

If you are an entrepreneur who owns the vehicle:

  • A document proving that the company is registered in the Registre des entreprises du Québec (REQ), and that you are the company’s owner, sole shareholder and sole director

3. Submit your application

Point de service

1800 Boulevard Saint-Joseph
Montréal, QC H8S 2N4

You can bring your documents, pay on the spot and get your sticker immediately.

Point de service

1800 Boulevard Saint-Joseph
Montréal, QC H8S 2N4

Send copies of your documents and your payment to the address above. Don’t forget to write the license plate number of your vehicle on the back of your cheque.

Attach all required documents to your e-mail. We will contact you to complete your application.

1. Understand the conditions

Only LaSalle residents who move within the borough can exchange their still-valid sticker free of charge.

All others must submit a new application for a sticker.

2. Gather the necessary documents

Please attach copies of the following supporting documents to your application:

Old sticker

Bring back your original sticker.

Proof of identity with photo

  • Valid driver’s license
  • Québec health insurance (RAMQ) card
  • Passport

Proof of residence

Provide one of the following documents that shows your name and current address:

  • Valid driver’s license
  • Current year’s school or municipal tax bill
  • Vehicle or home insurance certificate
  • Utility bill less than 3 months old
  • Lease signed within 15 days of the date of application (accepted only for new tenants)

3. Submit your application

In person

Point of service

55 Avenue Dupras
Montréal, QC H8R 4A8

Bring the documents and get your sticker immediately.

Legislation

1. Understand the conditions

Your sticker will be exchanged free of charge if it is still valid, regardless of the borough from which you moved.

Please note that your sticker’s validity date remains the same after the exchange and that no fee adjustment will apply.

2. Gather the necessary documents

Please attach copies of the following supporting documents to your application:

Old sticker

You may also use a photo of the cut-up sticker, proving that it is no longer usable. The license plate number must remain visible.

Automobile insurance certificate

If you are leasing your vehicle, also provide the lease agreement.

Company vehicles: attach the registration certificate in the name of the company, along with one of the following two documents:

  • Proof of automobile insurance that names you as the primary driver of the vehicle
  • Letter from the company (with logo, vehicle description, dated and signed by the company president) stating that you are the primary driver of the vehicle

Proof of residence

  • Insurance contract or extract of the contract that names you as the primary driver at the address for which the sticker is requested

Provide a second proof of residence from among the following (less than three months old), with your name and address:

  • Valid driver’s license or license renewal notice
  • Utility bill (Hydro-Québec, gas, telecommunication company such as Bell, Vidéotron, Rogers, or other) 
  • Invoice from an educational institution 
  • Monthly statement from a credit or financial institution
  • Monthly statement of investments from a trust or financial institution
  • Notice of change of address or proof of mail forwarding (sticker) from Canada Post
  • Employment Insurance statement
  • Québec health insurance (RAMQ) client card renewal notice
  • Correspondence from the municipal court
  • Leases and municipal tax bills are not accepted as proof of residence.

3. Submit your application

Point of service

201 Avenue Laurier Est
Suite 120
Montréal, QC H2T 3E6

Bring the documents and get your sticker immediately.

You can also apply atother borough offices(but not for car-sharing stickers).

Attach all required documents to your e-mail. We will contact you to complete your application.

Legislation

1. Understand the conditions

Your sticker will be exchanged free of charge if it is still valid, regardless of your borough of origin (except LaSalle).

Please note that your sticker’s validity date remains the same after the exchange and that no fee adjustment will apply.

Were you living in LaSalle? You must submit a new application for a sticker.

2. Gather the necessary documents

Please attach copies of the following supporting documents to your application:

Old sticker

You may also use a photo of the cut-up sticker, proving that it is no longer usable. The license plate number must remain visible.

Vehicle registration certificate

The certificate must be in your name. If you are leasing your vehicle, you must also provide the lease agreement, which must be in your name.

Automobile insurance certificate

If the certificate is not in your name and  address, also attach the extract from the insurance contract that names you as the primary driver at your address.

Company vehicles: If you drive your employer’s vehicle, provide the insurance certificate and a letter from the employer (on letterhead) naming you as the primary driver and showing the make, model and year of the vehicle as well as your address.

Proof of residence

Provide one of the following documents (dated within the past three months) showing your name and address. If your request is for a company vehicle, attach two documents.

  • Valid driver’s license
  • Utility bill (Hydro-Québec, gas, telecommunication company such as Bell, Vidéotron, Rogers, or other) 
  • Invoice from an educational institution
  • Official documents from Revenu Québec or the Canada Revenue Agency
  • Notice of change of address or proof of mail forwarding (sticker) from Canada Post

For École de technologie supérieure (ÉTS) students residing on the university campus, a letter issued by the school’s secretariat attesting to their name and address is accepted.

Leases are not accepted as proof of residence.

Additional document

If you are an entrepreneur who owns the vehicle:

  • A document proving that the company is registered in the Registre des entreprises du Québec (REQ), and that you are the company’s owner, sole shareholder and sole director

3. Submit your application

Point of service

815 Rue Bel-Air
First floor
Montréal, QC H4C 2K4

Bring the documents and get your sticker immediately.

You can also apply atother borough offices.

Bureau Accès Montréal – Le Sud-Ouest

815 Bel-Air Street
Montréal, QC H4C 2K4

Send copies of your documents to the address above.

Please let us know the telephone number where you can be reached.

Legislation

1- Understand the conditions

Sticker exchange is not offered in this borough.

To get a parking sticker, you must submit a new application.

2. Request information

514-620-7729

Point of service

Temporary closure
15795, boulevard Gouin Ouest
Montréal, QC H9H 1C5

Legislation

1. Understand the conditions

Your sticker will be exchanged free of charge if it is still valid, regardless of the borough from which you moved.

Please note that your sticker’s validity date remains the same after the exchange and that no fee adjustment will apply.

2. Gather the necessary documents

Please attach copies of the following supporting documents to your application:

Old sticker

You may also use a photo of the cut-up sticker, proving that it is no longer usable. The license plate number must remain visible.

Registration certificate

If the certificate is not in your name, also attach the extract from the insurance contract that names you as the primary driver.

If you are leasing your vehicle, also attach the lease agreement which must be in your name.

Automobile insurance certificate

If the certificate is not in your name and for your address, also attach one of the following two documents: 

  • The extract from the insurance contract showing your address and identifying you as the primary driver 
  • A letter from the insurance company confirming your name and address and designating you as the primary driver

Company vehicles: if you drive your employer’s vehicle, provide the insurance certificate and a letter from the employer (on letterhead) naming you as the primary driver that shows the make, model, year and registration number of the vehicle as well as your address.

Proof of residence

Provide one of the following documents (dated within the past three months) that shows your name and address:

  • Valid driver’s license
  • Utility bill (Hydro-Québec, gas, telecommunication company such as Bell, Vidéotron, Rogers, or other)
  • Invoice from an educational institution 
  • Monthly statement from a financial or credit institution (only for a business vehicle)

Additional document

If you are an entrepreneur who owns the vehicle:

  • A document proving that the company is registered in the Registre des entreprises du Québec (REQ), and that you are the company’s owner, sole shareholder and sole director

3. Submit your application

Point of service

6854 Rue Sherbrooke Est
Montréal, QC H1N 1E1

Payment method

Click on the place to see accepted methods of payment.

Bring the documents and get your sticker immediately.

You can also apply atother borough offices.

Point of service

6854 Rue Sherbrooke Est
Montréal, QC H1N 1E1

Send copies of your documents and your payment to the address above. Don’t forget to write the license plate number of your vehicle on the back of your cheque.

Legislation

This service is not offered in this borough.

1. Understand the conditions

Only Outremont residents who move within the borough can exchange their still-valid stickers for free.

All others must submita new application for a sticker.

2. Gather the necessary documents

Please attach copies of the following supporting documents to your application:

Old sticker

You may also use a photo of the cut-up sticker, proving that it is no longer usable. The license plate number must remain visible.

Registration certificate

If the certificate is not in your name, also attach the extract from the insurance contract that names you as the primary driver.

If you are leasing your vehicle, also attach the lease agreement which must be in your name.

Automobile insurance certificate

If the certificate is not in your name and  address, also attach the extract from the insurance contract that names you as the primary driver at your address.

Proof of residence

Provide two of the following documents (dated within the past three months) showing your name and address:

  • Valid driver’s license
  • Utility bill (Hydro-Québec, gas, telecommunication company such as Bell, Vidéotron, Rogers, or other)
  • Invoice from an educational institution

3. Submit your application

Point of service

543 Chemin de la Côte-Sainte-Catherine
Montréal, QC H2V 4R2

Bring the documents and get your sticker immediately.

Point of service

543 Chemin de la Côte-Sainte-Catherine
Montréal, QC H2V 4R2

Methods of payment

  • Postal money order payable to “Ville de Montréal”
  • Cheque payable to “Ville de Montréal”

Send copies of your documents to the address above.

Legislation

1. Understand the conditions

Your sticker will be exchanged free of charge if it is still valid, regardless of the borough from which you moved.

For a personal vehicle or a company car, it is valid for 3 years.

For a visitors’ vehicle, it is valid for 1 year, from February 1 to January 31 of the following year.

2. Gather the necessary documents

Please attach copies of the following supporting documents to your application:

Old sticker

You may also use a photo of the cut-up sticker, proving that it is no longer usable. The license plate number must remain visible.

Vehicle registration certificate

If it’s not in your name, please also attach the extract of the insurance contract naming you as the primary driver.

If you are leasing your vehicle, the certificate must be accompanied by the lease agreement in your name.

Automobile insurance certificate

If the certificate is not in your name and  address, also attach the extract from the insurance contract that names you as the primary driver at your address.

Company vehicles: if you drive your employer’s vehicle, provide the insurance certificate and a letter from the employer (on letterhead) naming you as the primary driver that shows the make, model and year of the vehicle as well as your address.

Proof of residence

Provide one of the following documents (dated within the past three months) that shows your name and address:

  • Valid driver’s license
  • Utility bill (Hydro-Québec, gas, telecommunication company such as Bell, Vidéotron, Rogers, or other)
  • Invoice from an educational institution
  • Monthly statement from a credit or financial institution
  • Certificate of insurance at the applicant’s address (for a personal vehicle only)

Additional document

If you are an entrepreneur who owns the vehicle:

  • A document proving that the company is registered in the Registre des entreprises du Québec (REQ), and that you are the company’s owner, sole shareholder and sole director

3. Submit your application

The online form is a first step in processing your application. It allows you to submit your supporting documents. We will contact you to complete your application.

Point of service

13665 Boulevard de Pierrefonds
Montréal, QC H9A 2Z4

Bring the documents and get your sticker immediately.

Point of service

13665 Boulevard de Pierrefonds
Montréal, QC H9A 2Z4

Send copies of your documents to the address above.

Legislation

This service is not offered in this borough.

1. Understand the conditions

Your sticker will be exchanged free of charge if it is still valid, regardless of the borough from which you moved.

Please note that the validity date of your sticker remains the same after the exchange and that no rate adjustment will be made.

2. Gather the necessary documents

Please attach copies of the following supporting documents to your application:

Old sticker

You may also use a photo of the cut-up sticker, proving that it is no longer usable. The license plate number must remain visible.

Registration certificate

If the certificate is not in your name, also attach the extract from the insurance contract that names you as the primary driver.

If you are leasing your vehicle, the certificate must be accompanied by the lease agreement in your name.

Automobile insurance certificate

If the certificate is not in your name at your address, also attach the extract from the insurance contract that names you as the primary driver at your address or a letter from the insurance company confirming your name and address and naming you as the primary driver.

Company vehicles: if you drive your employer’s vehicle, provide the insurance certificate and a letter from the employer (on letterhead) naming you as the primary driver and showing the make, model and year of the vehicle and your address.

Proof of residence

Provide one of the following documents (dated within the past three months) showing your name and address. If your application is for a company vehicle or if the registration certificate is not in your name, attach two documents.

  • Valid driver’s license
  • Utility bill (Hydro-Québec, gas, telecommunication company such as Bell, Vidéotron, Rogers, or other) 
  • Invoice from an educational institution 
  • Monthly statement from a credit or financial institution

Residential leases are not accepted as proof of residence.

Additional document

If you are an entrepreneur who owns the vehicle:

  • A document proving that the company is registered in the Registre des entreprises du Québec (REQ), and that you are the company’s owner, sole shareholder and sole director

3. Submit your application

5650 Rue D'Iberville
2nd floor
Montréal, QC H2G 2B3

Bring the documents and get your sticker immediately.

You can also apply atother borough offices.

Point of service

5650 Rue D'Iberville
2nd floor
Montréal, QC H2G 2B3

Methods of payment

  • Postal money order payable to “Ville de Montréal”
  • Cheque payable to “Ville de Montréal”

Send copies of your documents to the address above.

Legislation

1. Understand the conditions

Only Saint-Laurent residents who move within the borough can exchange their still-valid sticker free of charge.

All others must submit anew application for a sticker.

2. Gather the necessary documents

Please attach copies of the following supporting documents to your application:

Old sticker

You may also use a photo of the cut-up sticker, proving that it is no longer usable. The license plate number must remain visible.

Vehicle registration certificate

If the certificate is not in your name, also attach the extract from the insurance contract that names you as the primary driver.

If you are leasing your vehicle, the certificate must be accompanied by the lease agreement in your name.

Auto insurance certificate

The certificate must name you as the primary driver.

Company vehicles: If you drive your employer’s vehicle, provide the insurance certificate and a letter from the employer (on letterhead) naming you as the primary driver and showing the make, model and year of the vehicle as well as your address.

Proof of residence

Provide two of the following documents (dated within the past three months) showing your name and address:

  • Valid driver’s license
  • Utility bill (Hydro-Québec, gas, telecommunication company such as Bell, Vidéotron or other)
  • Invoice from an educational institution
  • Monthly statement from a credit or financial institution

Residential leases are not accepted as proof of residence.

Additional document

If you are an entrepreneur who owns the vehicle:

  • A document proving that the company is registered in the Registre des entreprises du Québec (REQ), and that you are the company’s owner, sole shareholder and sole director.

3. Submit your application

The online form is a first step in processing your application. It allows you to submit your supporting documents. We will contact you to complete your application.

Point of service

777 Boulevard Marcel-Laurin
Montréal, QC H4M 2M7

Bring the documents and get your sticker immediately.

Point de service

777 Boulevard Marcel-Laurin
Montréal, QC H4M 2M7

Send copies of your documents to the address above.

Legislation

1. Understand the conditions

Sticker exchange is not offered in this borough.

To get a parking sticker, you must submit a new application.

2. Request information

311

Outside of Montréal: 514-872-0311

Monday to Friday: From 8:30 a.m. to 8:30 p.m.
Saturday, Sunday and public holidays: From 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.

Point of service

8400 Boulevard Lacordaire
Montréal, QC H1R 3B1

Legislation

1. Understand the conditions

Your sticker will be exchanged free of charge if it is still valid, regardless of the borough from which you moved.

Please note that your sticker’s validity date remains the same after the exchange and that no fee adjustment will apply.

2. Gather the necessary documents

Please attach copies of the following supporting documents to your application:

Old sticker

You may also use a photo of the cut-up sticker, proving that it is no longer usable. The license plate number must remain visible.

Vehicle registration certificate

If the certificate is not in your name, also attach the extract from the insurance contract that names you as the primary driver.

If you are leasing your vehicle, the certificate must be accompanied by the lease agreement in your name.

Automobile insurance certificate

If the certificate is not in your name and  address, also attach the extract from the insurance contract that names you as the primary driver at your address.

Company vehicles: if you drive your employer’s vehicle, provide the insurance certificate and a letter from the employer (on letterhead) naming you as the primary driver and showing the make, model and year of the vehicle and your address.

Proof of residence

Provide two of the following documents (dated within the past three months) showing your name and address:

  • Valid driver’s license
  • Utility bill (Hydro-Québec, gas or telecommunication company such as Bell, Vidéotron, Rogers, or other) 
  • Invoice from an educational institution
  • Monthly statement from a credit or financial institution

Residential leases are not accepted as proof of residence.

Additional documents

If you are an entrepreneur who owns the vehicle:

  • A document proving that the company is registered in the Registre des entreprises du Québec (REQ), and that you are the company’s owner, sole shareholder and sole director

If you live at 1200 Chemin du Golf:

  • Authorization of the condominium corporation

3. Submit your application

Point of service

4555 Rue de Verdun
Montréal, QC H4G 1M4

Bring the documents and get your sticker immediately.

Point of service

4555 Rue de Verdun
Montréal, QC H4G 1M4

Send copies of your documents to the address above.

Legislation

1. Understand the conditions

Your sticker will be exchanged free of charge if it is still valid, regardless of the borough from which you moved.

Please note that your sticker’s validity date remains the same after the exchange and that no fee adjustment will apply.

2. Gather the necessary documents

Please attach copies of the following supporting documents to your application:

Old sticker

You may also use a photo of the cut-up sticker, proving that it is no longer usable. The license plate number must remain visible.

Proof of residence

Provide two of the following documents (dated within the past three months) showing your name and address:

  • Valid driver’s license or license renewal notice
  • Utility bill (Hydro-Québec, gas, telecommunication company such as Bell, Vidéotron, or other) showing your address (including the detachable part)
  • Invoice from an educational institution showing your name and address
  • Monthly statement from a credit or financial institution
  • Monthly statement of investments from a trust or financial institution
  • Notice of change of address or proof of mail forwarding (sticker) from Canada Post
  • Official documents from Revenu Québec or the Canada Revenue Agency
  • Employment Insurance statement
  • Québec health insurance (RAMQ) client card renewal notice
  • Correspondence from the municipal court
  • Valid automobile insurance certificate

Residential leases and address change requests from the Service québécois de changement d’adresse (SQCA) are not accepted as proof of residence.

Additional document

If you are an entrepreneur who owns the vehicle:

  • A copy of your file in the Quebec Enterprise Register (REQ) proving that you are the owner, sole shareholder and sole member of the board of directors.

3. Submit your application

Point of service

800 Boulevard De Maisonneuve Est
Ground floor
Montréal, QC H2L 4L8

Bring the documents and get your sticker immediately.

You can also apply atother borough offices.

Point de service

800 Boulevard De Maisonneuve Est
Ground floor
Montréal, QC H2L 4L8

Send copies of your documents to the address above.

Attach all required documents to your e-mail. We will contact you to complete your application.

Legislation

1. Understand the conditions

Your sticker will be exchanged free of charge if it’s still valid and you live in one of the following boroughs:

  • Ahuntsic-Cartierville (change of sector)
  • Côte-des-Neiges–Notre-Dame-de-Grâce
  • Le Plateau-Mont-Royal
  • Le Sud-Ouest
  • Mercier-Hochelaga–Maisonneuve
  • Rosemont–La Petite-Patrie
  • Villeray–Saint-Michel–Parc-Extension
  • Ville-Marie

Please note that your sticker’s validity date remains the same after the exchange and that no fee adjustment will apply.

Did you move from another borough? You must apply for a new sticker.

2. Gather the necessary documents

Please attach copies of the following supporting documents to your application:

Old sticker

You may also use a photo of the cut-up sticker, proving that it is no longer usable. The license plate number must remain visible.

Vehicle registration certificate

The certificate must be in your name. If not, attach a copy of the insurance policy naming you as the primary driver.

If you are leasing your vehicle, also attach the lease agreement which must be in your name.

Automobile insurance certificate

If the certificate is not in your name and address, attach the extract of the insurance contract that names you as the primary driver at the address for which the sticker is requested.

Company vehicles: if you drive your employer’s vehicle, provide the insurance certificate and a letter from the employer (on letterhead) naming you as the primary driver and showing the make, model and year of the vehicle and your address.

Proof of residence

Provide one of the following documents (dated within the past three months) that shows your name and address: 

  • Valid driver’s license or license renewal notice
  • Utility bill (Hydro-Québec, gas, telecommunication company such as Bell, Vidéotron, Rogers, or other) 
  • Invoice from an educational institution
  • Monthly statement from a credit or financial institution
  • Monthly statement of investments from a trust or financial institution
  • Notice of change of address or proof of mail forwarding (sticker) from Canada Post
  • Official documents from Revenu Québec or the Canada Revenue Agency
  • Employment Insurance statement
  • Québec health insurance (RAMQ) client card renewal notice
  • Correspondence from the municipal court
  • Automobile insurance certificate or an extract from the insurance contract attesting that you are the primary driver

Additional document

If you are an entrepreneur who owns the vehicle:

  • A copy of your file in the Quebec Enterprise Register (REQ) proving that you are the owner, sole shareholder and sole member of the board of directors.

3. Submit your application

The online form is a first step in processing your application. It allows you to submit your supporting documents. We will contact you to complete your application.

Point of service

405 Avenue Ogilvy
Suite 101
Montréal, QC H3N 1M3

Bring the documents and get your sticker immediately.

You can also apply atother borough offices.

Point of service

405 Avenue Ogilvy
Suite 101
Montréal, QC H3N 1M3

Send copies of your documents to the address above.

Legislation