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looking for parking: yonge and york mills

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Nov 22, 2015
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looking for parking: yonge and york mills

Looking for daily parking for work at the intersection of yonge and york mills.

Anyone have any recommendations for the area? closer/cheaper the better. Or any links to a site that covers/specializes in this?

thanks in advance.
Last edited by silveroaks on Feb 25th, 2019 5:45 pm, edited 1 time in total.
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Good Luck.

If you are lucky, you might find monthly (Monday to Friday) for $120 per month at one of the nearby churches.

Right at York Mills Centre, Impark charges over $200 a month.

If you find cheaper, you will keep it to yourself.
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I've noticed that the TTC workers are now parking on Yonge Blvd (the first block west of Yonge) and walking to the subway. The street runs north-south but they always park on the part that's on north side of Wilson - directly across from that military compound, whatever it is. I just checked Google streetview and there's no no-parking signs. Its quite a steep hill going up but about a 5-7 min walk down. If you're willing to walk you could do it daily, I guess, for free, as long as you move your car around every few days. Perhaps maybe on the other close streets as well, Sandringham, etc. you could also park there. As long as you're willing to walk a bit.
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icantfigureoutausername wrote:
Jan 29th, 2019 10:25 am
I've noticed that the TTC workers are now parking on Yonge Blvd (the first block west of Yonge) and walking to the subway. The street runs north-south but they always park on the part that's on north side of Wilson - directly across from that military compound, whatever it is. I just checked Google streetview and there's no no-parking signs. Its quite a steep hill going up but about a 5-7 min walk down. If you're willing to walk you could do it daily, I guess, for free, as long as you move your car around every few days. Perhaps maybe on the other close streets as well, Sandringham, etc. you could also park there. As long as you're willing to walk a bit.
If there's no sign say No Parking then there's a 3 hour limit.

https://www.toronto.ca/services-payment ... gulations/

Within the City of Toronto, an unsigned maximum three-hour parking limit exists on public roads unless there is signage posted indicating otherwise (eg, maximum 1 hour parking, maximum 15 minute parking, etc.).
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Probably tricky to get one but there’s a church on old Yonge that sells parking for $125 a month but only 40 spots.

There is a stair case to get there

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By any chance was there any spots available in that lot still?

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