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Monday, September 28, 2015

Media Release- Free Veteran Parking at City-Owned Lots & Meters With Permit Starts October 1

Hamilton, ON – September 28, 2015 – Effective October 1, 2015, all Veterans who have been issued Ontario Veteran licence plates (excluding RCMP officers) will receive free parking in Hamilton at municipal parking lots and meters with the use of a special City-issued permit.

The veterans parking fee exemption is a 12-month pilot program offering veterans the ability to park for free in any municipal parking lot or on-street parking meter (for the duration of the parking meter).

Veterans currently participating in the City of Hamilton Veteran parking program will receive a parking permit for the pilot parking program in the mail. If not currently participating, veterans may apply for this permit through the Hamilton Municipal Parking System offices, 80 Main Street West at Summers Lane.

In addition to the veteran’s parking permit, the City of Hamilton offers all veterans exhibiting an Ontario veteran license plate free parking on Remembrance Day, November 11th of each year.

For more details please visit www.Hamilton.ca/parking, call the City of Hamilton’s Municipal Parking System at 905-540-6000 or e-mail parking@hamilton.ca.

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