The Township of Edwardsburgh Cardinal regulates vehicle parking and operates enforcement through our Parking Regulations Bylaw.

Winter parking requirements

As per our Parking Regulations Bylaw, overnight winter parking is not permitted on Township streets between the hours of 1 a.m. and 7 a.m. from Nov. 1 to April 15 to allow for proper roadway ice and snow clearing. Vehicle owners parked on the street during these times may be fined and/or towed.

The Township may declare a winter maintenance event outside of these dates, in which case parking is not permitted between the hours of 1 a.m. and 7 a.m. the following evening.

File a parking complaint

You can file a parking complaint with the Township online or by contacting our bylaw officer at 613-802-0840. We will follow up in order to resolve your concern. Please provide a detailed description of the location and vehicle(s) involved in the issue. You can find common types of offences within our bylaw.

Paying a parking ticket

If you receive a parking ticket in the Township for violating a municipal parking regulation, you can pay in-person or by mail. Payments must be received by our office on or before the due date to avoid the ticket being registered with the Provincial Offences Court.

Please note that we do not accept responsibility for late delivery of mail. Payment is credited only when it is received, not the postmark date. 

  • Pay in-person: You can pay your parking ticket in-person at the Township office by cash, cheque or debit. Please bring the parking ticket into the office with you.
  • Pay by mail: Please indicate the parking ticket number on the front of your cheque or money order. You can send your payment to:

Township of Edwardsburgh Cardinal
Bylaw Enforcement
P.O. Box 129
18 Centre St 
Spencerville ON K0E 1X0

Disputing a parking ticket

If you have a concern with a parking ticket, please contact our Bylaw Enforcement Office to discuss the issue.

If you would like to dispute a parking ticket, you may request a trial date through the Provincial Offences Court. Instructions to dispute the violation are printed on the back of your ticket.

Accessible parking permit

If you are a person with a disability and would like a designated parking permit to assist with accessibility, you can apply for an accessible parking permit with the Province of Ontario. Accessible parking spaces are marked with a posted sign and ground marker.

The accessible parking permit must be clearly displayed in your vehicle, and the permit holder must have been in the vehicle when it is parked in an accessible parking spot.