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Street parking in Cloverdale

The City of Surrey manages parking to balance the needs of residents, motorists and visitors. Parking options include on-street parking and off-street parking (with or without pay station meters). The Highway and Traffic Bylaw No. 13007 outlines parking rules and regulations in the City of Surrey.

Pay a Parking Ticket

To request parking enforcement in your area, contact or 604-591-4352. The parking complaint office is open from 7:30am to 7:30pm, seven days a week. For general questions about parking, email

Street Parking

Street parking is available on a first come, first served basis. The street is open to the public and anybody may legally park on a residential street unless posted otherwise. No vehicle may remain parked in the same location on a public street for more than 72 hours.

If there is a car that has been parked in front of your house for more than 72 hours, contact City of Surrey Bylaw Enforcement Parking Services at 604-591-4352.

Parking Near Driveways

In Surrey, vehicles must not park within 1.5 metres (4.9 ft) of a driveway. If a vehicle is parked too close to your driveway, contact 604-591-4352. If your driveway is completely blocked after hours, call the RCMP non-emergency number at 604-599-0502.

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Parking Tickets

Pay your parking ticket online, by phone, mail or in person, or learn how to dispute a ticket.

Parking Regulations

Parking Regulations

Learn the parking regulations on City of Surrey roads, and avoid getting a ticket.

Pay parking in Surrey

Pay Parking Stations

Find out where on-street pay parking is in Surrey, and learn how to use the pay parking stations.

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Public Parking at City Hall

Use Surrey's best kept parking secret underground at City Hall.

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Truck Parking

Find truck parking facilities, trucking regulations and info on the Truck Parking Task Force.