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  • Notice Sat, September 6 4:00 PM – 7:00 PM

    Parking Restriction (ESKS vs Calgary)

    In 2014, parking restrictions during major COMMONWEALTH STADIUM events will be in effect during the time indicated on the schedule. During a major Stadium event, only vehicles displaying a valid permit may park. Please refer to the map for areas affected by the parking restrictions. Parking in restricted areas is a violation for residents if a valid permit is not displayed upon the front windshield of the vehicle. Vehicles in violation may be fined $75.00 and towed from site. It is an offence under Traffic Bylaw #5590, Section #74 ($250.00 fine) to drive across a sidewalk or boulevard where there is no curb crossing in order to park vehicles. To obtain a permit you must be a resident of the restricted area shown on the map, and be able to produce a valid vehicle registration documenting your residency in the restricted area. Single dwelling homes up to and including multi-family buildings under 4 stories qualify for Restricted Residential Parking Permits. Residents must apply for a Temporary Parking Permit two weeks prior to the event.
    • Location: Commonwealth Stadium Area
    • More information: 311 |
  • Notice Fri, September 12 6:00 PM – 9:00 PM

    Parking Restriction (ESKS vs Montreal)

    In 2014, parking restrictions during major COMMONWEALTH STADIUM events will be in effect during the time indicated on the schedule. During a major Stadium event, only vehicles displaying a valid permit may park. Please refer to the map for areas affected by the parking restrictions. Parking in restricted areas is a violation for residents if a valid permit is not displayed upon the front windshield of the vehicle. Vehicles in violation may be fined $75.00 and towed from site. It is an offence under Traffic Bylaw #5590, Section #74 ($250.00 fine) to drive across a sidewalk or boulevard where there is no curb crossing in order to park vehicles. To obtain a permit you must be a resident of the restricted area shown on the map, and be able to produce a valid vehicle registration documenting your residency in the restricted area. Single dwelling homes up to and including multi-family buildings under 4 stories qualify for Restricted Residential Parking Permits. Residents must apply for a Temporary Parking Permit two weeks prior to the event.
    • Location: Commonwealth Stadium Area
    • More information: 311 |
  • Community Fri, September 19 7:00pm – 10:00pm

    Senior Ballroom Dancing

    Senior Ballroom Dancing ​Welcome: ​55 years old plus ​Date:​ ​September 19th 2014 ​October 24th 2014 ​November 21st 2014 ​December 19th 2014 ​ ​Time: ​ ​7-10pm ​Place:​ ​Boyle Street Plaza ​9538 103A Ave ​Admission: $5.00 Bring your indoor shoes ​ ​For More Information: ​Boyle Street Community League ​www.boylestreetcl.com ​780-422-5857 ​101 Boyle Street Plaza
  • Notice Fri, September 26 7:00 PM – 10:00 PM

    Parking Restriction (ESKS vs Saskatchewan)

    In 2014, parking restrictions during major COMMONWEALTH STADIUM events will be in effect during the time indicated on the schedule. During a major Stadium event, only vehicles displaying a valid permit may park. Please refer to the map for areas affected by the parking restrictions. Parking in restricted areas is a violation for residents if a valid permit is not displayed upon the front windshield of the vehicle. Vehicles in violation may be fined $75.00 and towed from site. It is an offence under Traffic Bylaw #5590, Section #74 ($250.00 fine) to drive across a sidewalk or boulevard where there is no curb crossing in order to park vehicles. To obtain a permit you must be a resident of the restricted area shown on the map, and be able to produce a valid vehicle registration documenting your residency in the restricted area. Single dwelling homes up to and including multi-family buildings under 4 stories qualify for Restricted Residential Parking Permits. Residents must apply for a Temporary Parking Permit two weeks prior to the event.
    • Location: Commonwealth Stadium Area
    • More information: 311 |
  • Notice Mon, October 13 1:30 PM – 4:30 PM

    Parking Restriction (ESKS vs Winnipeg)

    In 2014, parking restrictions during major COMMONWEALTH STADIUM events will be in effect during the time indicated on the schedule. During a major Stadium event, only vehicles displaying a valid permit may park. Please refer to the map for areas affected by the parking restrictions. Parking in restricted areas is a violation for residents if a valid permit is not displayed upon the front windshield of the vehicle. Vehicles in violation may be fined $75.00 and towed from site. It is an offence under Traffic Bylaw #5590, Section #74 ($250.00 fine) to drive across a sidewalk or boulevard where there is no curb crossing in order to park vehicles. To obtain a permit you must be a resident of the restricted area shown on the map, and be able to produce a valid vehicle registration documenting your residency in the restricted area. Single dwelling homes up to and including multi-family buildings under 4 stories qualify for Restricted Residential Parking Permits. Residents must apply for a Temporary Parking Permit two weeks prior to the event.
    • Location: Commonwealth Stadium Area
    • More information: 311 |
  • Notice Sat, November 1 4:00 PM – 7:00 PM

    Parking Restriction (ESKS vs BC)

    In 2014, parking restrictions during major COMMONWEALTH STADIUM events will be in effect during the time indicated on the schedule. During a major Stadium event, only vehicles displaying a valid permit may park. Please refer to the map for areas affected by the parking restrictions. Parking in restricted areas is a violation for residents if a valid permit is not displayed upon the front windshield of the vehicle. Vehicles in violation may be fined $75.00 and towed from site. It is an offence under Traffic Bylaw #5590, Section #74 ($250.00 fine) to drive across a sidewalk or boulevard where there is no curb crossing in order to park vehicles. To obtain a permit you must be a resident of the restricted area shown on the map, and be able to produce a valid vehicle registration documenting your residency in the restricted area. Single dwelling homes up to and including multi-family buildings under 4 stories qualify for Restricted Residential Parking Permits. Residents must apply for a Temporary Parking Permit two weeks prior to the event.
    • Location: Commonwealth Stadium Area
    • More information: 311 |
  • Notice Sun, November 16 TBA

    Parking Restriction (Western Semi-Final)

    In 2014, parking restrictions during major COMMONWEALTH STADIUM events will be in effect during the time indicated on the schedule. During a major Stadium event, only vehicles displaying a valid permit may park. Please refer to the map for areas affected by the parking restrictions. Parking in restricted areas is a violation for residents if a valid permit is not displayed upon the front windshield of the vehicle. Vehicles in violation may be fined $75.00 and towed from site. It is an offence under Traffic Bylaw #5590, Section #74 ($250.00 fine) to drive across a sidewalk or boulevard where there is no curb crossing in order to park vehicles. To obtain a permit you must be a resident of the restricted area shown on the map, and be able to produce a valid vehicle registration documenting your residency in the restricted area. Single dwelling homes up to and including multi-family buildings under 4 stories qualify for Restricted Residential Parking Permits. Residents must apply for a Temporary Parking Permit two weeks prior to the event.
    • Location: Commonwealth Stadium Area
    • More information: 311 |
  • Notice Sun, November 23 TBA

    Parking Restriction (Western Final)

    In 2014, parking restrictions during major COMMONWEALTH STADIUM events will be in effect during the time indicated on the schedule. During a major Stadium event, only vehicles displaying a valid permit may park. Please refer to the map for areas affected by the parking restrictions. Parking in restricted areas is a violation for residents if a valid permit is not displayed upon the front windshield of the vehicle. Vehicles in violation may be fined $75.00 and towed from site. It is an offence under Traffic Bylaw #5590, Section #74 ($250.00 fine) to drive across a sidewalk or boulevard where there is no curb crossing in order to park vehicles. To obtain a permit you must be a resident of the restricted area shown on the map, and be able to produce a valid vehicle registration documenting your residency in the restricted area. Single dwelling homes up to and including multi-family buildings under 4 stories qualify for Restricted Residential Parking Permits. Residents must apply for a Temporary Parking Permit two weeks prior to the event.
    • Location: Commonwealth Stadium Area
    • More information: 311 |