Parking in the Town of Lunenburg

Downtown Parking

Lunenburg has downtown parking for visitors and customers. There is metered on-street parking, designated parking lots, plus free parking is available on certain streets. View our Lunenburg pdf Downtown Parking Map (264 KB) .

Overnight Parking

The Town of Lunenburg operates several off-street parking lots where overnight (5:00 p.m. - 8:00 a.m.) parking is permitted for a fee of $26.25/month + HST. Parking passes may be purchased at the Lunenburg Town Hall, 119 Cumberland Street or call 902-634-4410 for further information.

Parking lots are located on Lincoln Street (22 spaces), Blockhouse Hill (18 spaces), Green Street tennis court (13 spaces), as well as limited spaces on Linden (5), Kaulback (2), and Oxner (2).

Paying your Parking Ticket

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Looking for long or short-term parking in Lunenburg? There are opportunities for both businesses and private citizens to share available parking for either a fee or a trade. Maybe, as a private citizen, you have a two-car driveway and have only one car. Maybe someone would trade shovelling for using your extra space. Maybe you own a business that could rent out parking to someone during your off-hours. Maybe you are a seasonal resident who would like to have a car parked in your empty driveway. Join ParkHereLunenburg on Facebook to connect with those in need!

Crosswalk Safety

Please learn about crosswalk safety in Lunenburg by viewing our pdf Crosswalk Safety Brochure (1.16 MB) .

Winter Parking Advisory

Help us keep Town streets free of ice and snow by ensuring your vehicle is parked off-street during winter storm and snow removal operations. The Public Works Department can do the job more efficiently if your vehicles are not left on the street during this time. Please arrange off-street parking locations during snow clearing and salting operations.

In the Town of Lunenburg, the RCMP enforce the pdf Nova Scotia Motor Vehicle Act (2.92 MB) winter parking ban which:

  1. Prohibits parking or leaving a motor vehicle, whether attended or unattended, on any street that might interfere with or obstruct snow removal, or winter maintenance;
  2. Authorizes a Police Officer to have a motor vehicle moved or towed to some other place if it interferes with or obstructing snow removal or winter maintenance; and
  3. Provides that the cost of moving or towing motor vehicle can be recovered from the owner.

Please also remove potential obstacles to the sidewalk plow such as signs, planters, furniture etc.

The cooperation of all drivers, businesses and residents is appreciated!  For more information, please contact the Public Works Department at 902-634-8992.

Frequently Asked Questions

Visit our pdf Winter Street and Sidewalk Maintenance - Frequently Asked Questions (118 KB)  section to get answers on everything you need to know about snow removal operations.