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Wheelchair-accessible parking is available at all UHN parking lots. If you have specific questions, please contact Standard Parking Services at 416 595 7136.
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People who have certain health problems can get this parking permit.
For example you need to show that you have a least one of these conditions:
You can also get an accessible parking permit for your motorcycle.
To learn more, visit the Ontario Accessible Parking Permit website at
You need to complete an application form. Ask your doctor or health care provider to help.
Get a Form
You need to fill in Part A of the application form. Your doctor or health care provider will need to fill in Part B.
Only certain people can fill in and sign Part B. These include:
You must also provide some form of legal document that proves who you are. It has to have your name, date of birth and signature on it to be accepted.
Examples of legal documents you can use include:
Submit it in-person (yourself):When the application is complete, you submit it in-person by taking it to any Service Ontario Centre. They can give you a temporary permit right away. It will be valid for 90 days. Use this until the permit arrives in the mail.
Bring a legal document (see above) that proves who you are when you go to a Service Ontario Centre to apply.
Submit it in-person (by someone else):If you are not able to apply for the permit yourself, you may ask someone else to apply for you. To do this, you must sign the application and also provide one of the following documents:
You must also make sure that this person has some form of legal document that proves who you are. It has to have your name, date of birth and signature on it in to be accepted.
A letter of authorization must include:
If you are unable to sign the application and an authorized person has signed on your behalf, you must also include a Power of Attorney document, Guardianship papers or other court-appointed document which authorizes them to act on your behalf (does not apply to dependants under the age of 18).
The person applying for you will also need to show a legal document proving his or her identity.
Submit it by mail:If you cannot get to an office, you can mail your application to:
Service OntarioP.O. Box 9800Kingston, ON K7L 5N8
Or fax it to:613 545 4678
If you mail or fax your application it can take a few weeks for you to get your permit.
Make photocopies of your legal documents and send those with your application. Don’t send originals of your legal documents through the mail.
There are 4 types of accessible parking permits:
1. Permanent Permit
2. Subject-to-Change Permit
3. Temporary Permit
4. Traveller’s Permit
If you have a DPPP, you can use your permit until the expiry date. Then you have to apply under the new program. If you have a permanent disability, you do not have to get your health care provider to re-certify your condition every 5 years. If your condition improves, you will need to re-certify when your permit expires.
Put the permit on the dashboard or sun visor of the car. You can use it in any car you are travelling in.
You must be a driver or passenger of the car when using an accessible parking permit.
If your permit is lost, you will need to fill out Part A of the application form. You will
not need your doctor or health care providers to fill out Part B.
You will also need to fill out Part A of a form called the "Replacement Declaration" (SR-LV-040).You can get this form from any Service Ontario Centre or
find it online here.
If your permit is stolen, you need to report this to the police. Then you can apply for a replacement permit.
If you call to report a stolen permit, ask the police for an "occurrence number" and the name of the officer taking the call. Write these down and include them when you apply for a replacement permit.
If you go to the police station, you need to bring along a form called a "Replacement Declaration" (SR-LV-040). You can get this form from any Ontario Service Centre, or you can
find it online here. Ask the police to fill in the form. Then bring this form when you apply for a new permit.
Fill out the information from the police and fill in Part A of the application form and the "Replacement Declaration" form. The forms can be faxed, brought in-person to a Service Ontario Centre, or sent by mail.
Bring your permit to any Ontario Service Centre. They will give you a new one.