Traffic Engineering evaluates, reviews, and drafts Municipal By-laws related specifically to detailed locations in Pickering.

Who Enforces the Traffic and Parking By-laws?

The City employs Municipal Law Enforcement Officers who respond to complaints and enforce parking provisions under the City of Pickering By-laws. We also rely on the Durham Regional Police Services.

Enforcing by-laws enhances public relations, community education, and mobility within the transportation network as well as assists the police services.

Traffic & Parking By-law Schedules 

Item Last Revision Date
Schedule 1 - No Stopping June 25, 2018
Schedule 2 - No Parking January 15, 2018
Schedule 3 - School Bus Loading Zones November 16, 2016
Schedule 4 - Permit Parking February 16, 2010
Schedule 5 - Prohibited Turns April 11, 2017
Schedule 6 - Through Highways April 11, 2017
Schedule 7 - Stop Signs April 11, 2017
Schedule 8 - Yield Right of Way Signs March 13, 2017
Schedule 9 - Speed Limits April 11, 2017
Schedule 10 - Heavy Traffic Prohibited April 11, 2017
Schedule 11 - Pedestrian Crossovers August 8, 2008
Schedule 12 - Full Load Highways March 13, 2017
Schedule 13 - Permitted Boulevard Parking February 16, 2010
Schedule 14 - Community Safety Zones June 25, 2018