Bay Beach - Application for Entrance Permit / Parking Pass


Parking Passes:

  • Application is intended for properties that do not have space for a driveway to hold at least one car;
  • Applicants are limited to two (2) vehicle passes per property;
  • Application is for residential properties only;
  • Approval is granted to the vehicle registered; vehicles using the pass not registered are subject to penalties under the by-law;
  • Approval grants the applicant to park without fee in the on-street pay parking area of Crystal Beach;
  • Parking availability is not guaranteed.

Driveway Entrance Permits:

  • Application is intended for properties that have enough space for a driveway/parking, but do not have a clearly defined entrance;
  • Entrances should be not more than 9m in width;
  • Pre-Approval of location of entrance is required by the Town before construction begins;
  • As a minimum standard, applicants are required to place ¾” gravel between the road and the sidewalk (on the boulevard) to clearly indicate the entrance to the property;
  • Application is for residential properties only.


How would you like to receive your passes?
  • Pickup - You will be able to collect your pass(es) between 10 a.m. and 2 p.m., at the Leisureplex (3 Municipal Centre Drive) and Crystal Ridge Arena (109 Ridge Rd S) on alternating days. Effective Monday, June 29 2020, pass(es) will only be issued weekdays at the Leisureplex from 10 a.m. to noon.
    Please make sure you bring with you either a printed copy of the receipt (e-mailed) or your smartphone with the email on it along with government issued ID for you or the person you have designated to collect your pass(es).
  • Mail - Your pass(es) will be sent first-class mail with Canada Post. Please note that the Town will not be held responsible for delayed, lost or damaged items and we will not be in a position to reissue pass(es) for any such reasons.

If you have any questions regarding these passes please submit your questions via  Contact Us


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