Accessible parking permits are issued to a person or business and not a vehicle. Permit holders must have been in the vehicle and the permit displayed on the dashboard in order to park in an accessible parking space.

Only people with certain health conditions can apply for an accessible parking permit. Read the eligibility requirements below before you apply.

Accessible parking permits are issued to a person or business and not a vehicle.

Permit holders must have been in the vehicle and the permit displayed on the dashboard in order to park in an accessible parking space.

How to get an accessible parking permit

Applying for an accessible parking permit

To apply for an accessible parking permit, you must provide proof of the following three elements of your identity: legal name, date of birth, and signature. If applying by mail, send only copies, not originals.

To apply for an accessible parking permit, there are 2 parts to the application form:

  • Part A – to be completed by the applicant
  • Part B – to be completed by your health care practitioner

You can obtain an application form by visiting any ServiceOntario centre or by downloading a PDF version of the form.

Submit the completed form with original documents showing proof of name, date of birth and signature to a ServiceOntario centre in-person.

Applications can also be sent by mail to the address below. If applying by mail, send photocopies only.

  • ServiceOntario
  • P.O. Box 9800
  • Kingston ON K7L 5N8

Accessible parking permit cost

Free

Accessible parking permit Delivery

  • 3 weeks by mail
  • 7 weeks when submitted at a ServiceOntario centre

Interim permit

While you are waiting for your permit to arrive in the mail, you can get an interim accessible parking permit valid for 90 days at a ServiceOntario centre.

Source: The Government of Ontario

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