City of North Battleford - Saskatchewan
Ticketing for Parking Violations Resumes
If you receive a parking ticket, you can save money by paying early
June 10th 2020

On June 8th, 2020, Saskatchewan entered Phase Three of the Re-Open Saskatchewan. This Phase allows the re-opening of restaurants and food services, gyms and fitness centres, licensed establishments and child care facilities; re-opening remaining personal care services; re-opening places of worship; increasing indoor public and private gatherings to 15 people and outdoor gatherings to 30 people.

With the start of Phase Three, the City of North Battleford Community Safety Officers will resume issuing parking tickets in residential areas as well as in the Downtown parking area. Please follow the on-street parking restriction dates and times in residential areas as well as the 2-hour per block parking restrictions downtown.

If you receive a parking ticket, you can save money by paying early. With City Hall closed to the public, there are three ways you can pay for your parking ticket.

  • Online at www.cityofnb.ca/paynow

    • with a credit card or a debit VISA

  • By mail to City of North Battleford PO Box 460, S9A 2Y6

    • with a cheque or money order – do not mail cash

  • Secure drop box at City Hall – the door closest to the corner of 13th Avenue and 101st Street

    • with a cheque or cash

Residents are encouraged to get out and support local North Battleford businesses, in a safe manner that continues to mitigate the transmission of COVID-19. These businesses are owned by our neighbours and have supported many causes, programs and organizations with their sponsorship. Show your support for them by sharing your positive experiences on social media with the hashtag #MyNorthBattleford.

Resources:

On-street parking restriction map
https://cityofnb.ca/mrws/filedriver/CNB_Parking_Restrictions_Map_Schedule_I_February_2017_24X30.pdf

Downtown parking map
https://www.cityofnb.ca/mrws/filedriver/1946_Traffic_J_Map.pdf

 

For more information:

Lindsay Holm, Director of Protective Services/Fire Chief
306-445-1777 | chief@cityofnb.ca

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