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Overnight Parking

Overnight Parking By-Law

The winter season has once again come upon us. Please be advised that regular enforcement of the overnight parking by-law has commenced, and will continue until April 2016.

Please Note: The cost of the overnight permit has increased from $50 to $75 (not including taxes)

No vehicle shall be parked on either a City or Regional Road between the hours of 2:00 a.m. and 6:00 a.m. unless it is posted otherwise. THIS BY-LAW IS IN EFFECT YEAR ROUND REGARDLESS OF WEATHER CONDITIONS,
however, levels of enforcement change during the year. A violation of this by-law is subject to a minimum fine of $25.00.

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Family Doctor

Looking For A Family Physician?

Are you new to Niagara and looking for a family physician?

Has your family doctor recently retired and you are now looking for a new health care provider?

Health Care Connect is an government funded agency funded who will assist you to find a physician or nurse practitioner in your community.

In order to become registered, you must ensure that you are not registered with another health care provider. 

For more information, including how to register with Health Care Connect, please visit their information page or call 1-800-445-1822.

Open Air  Burning

Open Air Burning

Niagara Falls City Council will receive a report from Fire Chief Lee Smith on the Open Air Burning issue at their next meeting on Tuesday, November 24th, 2015.

The matter is scheduled for 5:30 p.m.

It will be Council’s decision at the time whether to entertain further deputations on the matter. As a result, written comments are encouraged and can be sent to Dean Iorfida, City Clerk at

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Woodland Management Plan

Public Input Requested: Woodland Management Plan

The City of Niagara Falls invites you to provide input into the Woodland Management Plan. The plan examines 34 City woodlands, providing findings, recommendations and priorities.

A Public Information Centre will be held on November 25, 2015, 6pm - 9pm at the MacBain Community Centre.

View a copy of the Woodland Management Plan (Draft).

Toys for Tickets

Toys for Tickets - All donations Are Welcome Even Without A Parking Ticket

Four days to pay your parking ticket (issued from Nov 2 - Dec 7, 2015) with a toy or gift card!
Toys for Tickets - December 8,9,10 and 11, 8:30 am - 4:30 p.m. at Niagara Falls City Hall or MacBain Centre.
Extended hours are offered at MacBain to 7 p.m on Dec 9th and 10th. 

Note: The value of your gift must be equal or greater than the amount of your ticket. Toys must be new and unwrapped. Receipts are required. 

Dog Park Niagara Falls

Notice: Niagara Falls Dog Park Temporarily Closed

The City of Niagara Falls Dog Park, located at 2275 Dorchester Road (Firemen’s Park) is temporarily closed effective November 9th, 2015 for an estimated three weeks.

The Dog Park will be closing to allow for improvements inside the park, in preparation for the upcoming winter months. Construction at the park is scheduled to be completed in three weeks, barring any setbacks.

Inquiries can be directed to the City of Niagara Falls Municipal Works Department at 905-356-7521 extension 4290.


Public Notice

Chippawa Low Lift Combined Sewer Overflow Tank Odour Issues

Niagara Region will host an open house to provide the community with an update on the ongoing odours issues caused by the dewatering operations at the construction site of the Chippawa Low Lift Combined Sewer Overflow Tank.

When: Nov. 4, 2015, 5:30 to 7 p.m.
Where: Niagara Falls Fire - Station 4, Banquet Hall, 8696 Banting Ave,Niagara Falls 

The Niagara Region will be posting periodic construction updates regarding the Chippawa Low Lift Combined Sewer Overflow Tank Odour Issues. For more information and the latest construction update, visit the