Let’s Talk Parking in Esquimalt

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The Township is undertaking an Integrated Parking Strategy and Regulatory Framework project as an opportunity to pursue high-level strategic direction around land use and built form, multi-modal transportation and parking management.

This means that refreshed parking strategies, policies, regulations, and management approaches will better reflect the Township’s goals and values. This will result in more certainty and a greater level of confidence to residents, businesses, developers and Council.

Thank you to those who attended the two public open houses on September 21, 2022.

The community has also shared feedback and ideas through:


Let’s Talk Parking virtual information session:

A comprehensive process will be undertaken that results in two key outcomes:

1. A new Public Parking Strategy to guide decision making and implementation for publicly provided parking – including EV charging, bicycle parking and accessible parking

2. A new Parking Bylaw that incorporate contemporary standards to ensure appropriate and desirable parking conditions are included in future land development

The Integrated Parking Strategy and Regulatory Framework is currently underway and expected to be in draft for public review by fall of 2022. Several public consultation events are planned as part of this process to gain a fulsome understanding. Public engagement will include: a public survey, two virtual information sessions, stakeholder interviews, community forums and a community review period.

The Township is undertaking an Integrated Parking Strategy and Regulatory Framework project as an opportunity to pursue high-level strategic direction around land use and built form, multi-modal transportation and parking management.

This means that refreshed parking strategies, policies, regulations, and management approaches will better reflect the Township’s goals and values. This will result in more certainty and a greater level of confidence to residents, businesses, developers and Council.

Thank you to those who attended the two public open houses on September 21, 2022.

The community has also shared feedback and ideas through:


Let’s Talk Parking virtual information session:

A comprehensive process will be undertaken that results in two key outcomes:

1. A new Public Parking Strategy to guide decision making and implementation for publicly provided parking – including EV charging, bicycle parking and accessible parking

2. A new Parking Bylaw that incorporate contemporary standards to ensure appropriate and desirable parking conditions are included in future land development

The Integrated Parking Strategy and Regulatory Framework is currently underway and expected to be in draft for public review by fall of 2022. Several public consultation events are planned as part of this process to gain a fulsome understanding. Public engagement will include: a public survey, two virtual information sessions, stakeholder interviews, community forums and a community review period.

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