Parking stickers

Last updated September 28, 2023

To park your vehicle in residents-only zones, you must have a valid parking sticker. Read on to find out how to obtain, renew or replace a sticker in your borough. Some boroughs offer short-term stickers for non-residents.


Parking stickers allow neighbourhood residents to park near their home in areas exclusively reserved for them. The sticker must be renewed every year and can be replaced in case of loss, moving or change of vehicle.

Depending on your borough, you may also be able to get a sticker for your company vehicle, for your guests, or for a car-sharing vehicle.

Non-residents can get daily or monthly stickers in certain boroughs.

Buying a resident sticker

To obtain a resident parking sticker, your home must be located in a reserved parking zone and you must be the principal driver of the vehicle. If a roommate or a family member living at the same address also wants a sticker, he or she must apply for an additional sticker.

The fees and rules for using stickers (refund, transfer to another vehicle or person, number of stickers per address…) are specific to each borough.

If you want to buy a :

Renewing a resident sticker

Your sticker must be renewed every year.

Shortly before the deadline, you will receive a form in the mail explaining the procedure to follow. Don’t forget to send it back in time so you can park near your home with a valid sticker.

If you want to:

Replacing a resident sticker

If you’re in one of the following situations, you must request a replacement sticker:

  • Lost, stolen or damaged sticker
  • Moving to another parking zone or borough
  • Change of vehicle
  • Temporary use of a rental vehicle (your vehicle was damaged or stolen)

If you want to:

Buying a daily or monthly sticker

Occasional and regular visitors can obtain daily or monthly stickers in the boroughs of Lachine, Le Plateau-Mont-Royal, Le Sud-Ouest and Outremont. These allow for temporary parking in resident-only areas.

If you want to buy a: