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Visiting Burlington’s Lowville Park? Reserved Weekend Parking Starts Again May 18

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*Please see below a news release issued by the City of Burlington.

Burlington, Ont. — May 14, 2024 — Visitors to Lowville Park should reserve their free parking spot for park visits from May 18 until Oct. 7, 2024. Reservations can be made online using Park Pass and are needed on weekends and holidays between 8 a.m. and 8 p.m. There is no charge for reservations.

Visitors may book one spot per day as there are a limited number of parking spots available. Reservations are available in three-hour time slots and allow others the chance to enjoy the park.

How it works:

  • One vehicle per reservation.
  • Those walking or biking into the park don’t need a reservation.
  • Visits are three hours long and include in and out privileges.
  • Visitors will get an access code to enter the park at the automated entrance gates. Stop on the line so the camera can take a clear scan of the license plate or use the bar code or numeric code on the keypad. This will open the gate. The gates will be left in the up/open position during weekdays when advanced reservations are not needed.
  • Vehicles must be parked in a designated parking spot. All other areas are strictly enforced tow away zones. Violators will be tagged and towed.

Please note:

  • Vehicles parked in the lot exceeding the three-hour limit will be ticketed.
  • Reservations should be done before leaving for the park.
  • Those who do not have a reservation can scan the QR code on the park signage to try to make one if any spots are available for reservations. Drivers are asked to move away from the entrance to make their reservation. Do not to block the entrance gates or traffic.
  • Vehicles with damaged, bent or flaking license plates can use the bar code or numeric code on their reservation for entry.
  • Changes/cancellations can be made up to 48 hours before the reserved arrival time; the date, name, license plate and number of people may be changed.
  • Late grace period: The City understands unexpected things happen. It’s okay to be a few minutes late.

“By asking visitors to reserve their parking spot again this summer on weekends and holidays, we are able to manage parking in this popular park. There is no charge to reserve a parking spot and visitors can book their three-hour time slot before they visit the park. We will keep the gates in the up position when reservations aren’t needed on weekdays so visitors can enjoy the park.

Visitors to the area should keep in mind there are very few parking spaces available on Lowville Park Road. We ask that everyone be considerate to local businesses and residents.” — Kaylan Edgcumbe, Manager of Integrated Mobility, City of Burlington

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