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London’s overnight parking ban lifted until November

Londoners can once again park personal vehicles on most city streets overnight without having to register for a special pass starting Friday night.

The annual ban, a restriction of the Consolidated Traffic and Parking By-law, is only in effect from Nov. 1 to April 30.

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Overnight parking is allowed on most city streets but parking is still restricted in front of fire hydrants, on boulevards or front lawns, or on specific streets identified by signage.

A full list of where parking is not allowed can be found online.

Vehicles also cannot park on city streets for longer than 18 hours at a time.

The city also says the exemption does not apply to commercial motor vehicles, mobile homes or trailers which have their own regulations.

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This is the second year of a longer exemption, after council approved changes to the street parking ban in March 2020.

Previously, overnight parking was barred from Labour Day to Victoria Day.

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