Enforcement Services keep our city safe and administer the Traffic Bylaw within Leduc.
Parking Bylaw Highlights
A person shall not stop or park a vehicle:
- On a sidewalk or boulevard or in a way that obstructs or encroaches on a sidewalk
- In a parking space that is designated for the use of persons with disabilities unless the vehicle displays a valid handicap placard on the inside rearview mirror
- Within 5m from a stop sign or yield sign
- Within 1.5m from a private road, driveway or access to a garage
- On a designated snow route when a parking ban has been declared
- In a restricted residential parking area without an authorized permit displayed on the inside rearview mirror
- A commercial vehicle exceeding 8,000kg and/or 12.5m in overall length on a private driveway or roadway other than a truck route
- Within 5m from a crosswalk
- At any place where a sign does not allow stopping or parking
- In such a manner to block, obstruct, impede or hinder pedestrian or vehicle traffic
- On a roadway with an expired license plate
- In an alley, unless a sign allows parking
- In any manner other than both right wheels of the vehicle not more than 0.5m from the right curb
- Or detach a trailer from a vehicle and park it on a roadway
A vehicle can be parked a maximum of 72 hours on any residential roadway. After 72 consecutive hours, the vehicle is considered to be abandoned and may be removed.
|RV parked on private property
|RV parked on public roadways
|May 1 - October 15: Recreation vehicles can be parked on a front driveway of a private property, as long as the
sidewalks are not blocked. Some exceptions may apply
for side and rear lots.
|RVs cannot be parked over 72 hours and cannot return before 48 hours have passed.
|RV: motor home, camper, travel trailer,
tent trailer, boats and utility trailers
|RV: motor home, camper, a travel trailer, a tent trailer, boats and utility trailers
|Fine: Fines start at $50; vehicle can be towed
Planning and Development
|Bylaw: Land Use Bylaw
|Bylaw: Traffic Bylaw
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