Parking Permits and Passes
A person may receive an Accessible Parking Permit if:
- they can not walk 50 metres without the assistance of another person or a brace, cane, crutch, a lower limb prosthetic device or similar assistive device or who requires the assistance of a wheelchair;
- they are severely limited in the ability to walk 50 meters due to an arthritic, neurological, musculoskeletal or orthopedic condition; or
- their visual acuity is 20/200 or poorer in the better eye with or without corrective lenses or whose greatest diameter of the field of vision in both eyes is 20 degrees or less.
When an application has been completed by a regulated health professional as stipulated in the Application for Accessible Parking Permit form, it must be presented to the City of Whitehorse, 2121 Second Avenue, Whitehorse, Yukon, Y1A 1C2, within 90 days, or a new application from your doctor will be required.
A fee of $25.00 is required upon the issuance of an Accessible Parking Permit.
Visitor Parking Pass Program
Visitors are reminded that they can obtain a FREE 3 day Parking Pass from the Yukon Visitor Information Centre. This allows visitors to park at parking meters for free.
A visit to the Information Centre will also allow visitors to easily find, in one place, the many things that Whitehorse and the Yukon have to offer. Trained staff are on duty to help answer a variety of questions.
Vehicles bearing non-Yukon licence plates are subject to the same parking regulations as Yukon residents pursuant to the City of Whitehorse Traffic By-law.
Parking meter and traffic enforcement within the Central Business District provides Yukon residents and visitors consistent opportunities to park on city streets as a result of continual turnover of parking availability for incoming motorists.