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Dear Sir, Could you please refer me to any website or phone number in Toronto where I can get the application form for Parking Permit for people with disability here in Ontario. I really appreciate your help. I was browsing on the website and this is why I came accross your website and email.
Hello! We have found the following addresses that can help you. http://www.city.toronto.on.ca/faq/parking.htm (see the section for people with disability) And in particular -> http://www.mto.gov.on.ca/english/faq/index.html#DisabledParkingPermits1 We have added an extract of the text (refer to the original document anyway): Bye, Max ======================================== How can I obtain a Disabled Parking Permit? Applications for permits can be picked up at any MTO Driver & Vehicle Licence Issuing Offices. Completed applications can be taken to any Driver & Vehicle Licence Issuing Office, or sent to : Ministry of Transportation P.O. Box 9800 Kingston, Ontario K7L 5N8 Under what circumstances will a disabled person parking permit be issued? To an individual who meets the following criteria: The applicant must be unable to walk without assistance for more than 200 metres (218 yards) in eight minutes or less without great difficulty or danger to his or her health or safety. His or her condition must be certified by a doctor. Please note that a person's age does not qualify him or her for a permit. Applicants can apply even if they do not own a car or have a driver's licence. Non-profit Organization: An organization operating on a non-profit basis to provide transportation services to disabled persons may be issued a number of permits equal to the number of vehicles owned or leased by the organization. Corporation (Company): A company may be issued a number of permits equal to the number of vehicles owned or leased by the company primarily to provide transportation services to disabled persons. Temporary Disabled Person Parking Permit: A temporary disabled person parking permit will be issued for a maximum of 60 days in the following circumstances: At the time the application is submitted to a ministry Driver and Vehicle Licence Office. If a permit has been printed and mailed but the applicant has not received it. How does a visitor to Ontario obtain a Disabled Person Parking Permit? These permits ensure that people with disabilities have a unique entitlement to designated parking throughout Ontario (specific parking privileges vary depending on the municipality or parking lot owner). The Ministry of Transportation (MTO) issues disabled person parking permits to out-of-province visitors for a maximum of six months. You may apply for a disabled person parking permit if you have a physical disability that prevents you from walking unassisted for long distances. In most cases, a visitor may obtain a permit if they prove that they hold a currently valid permit, number plates, marker or device, bearing the international symbol for access for the disabled, issued by the visitor's home jurisdiction, or if they prove that they are from another jurisdiction and are disabled. You may apply for a disabled person parking permit even if you do not own a car or have a driver's licence. These permits are issued to individuals, not vehicles. A "portable permit" issued to disabled individuals ensures their ease of access from any vehicle at any time. Applications for disabled person parking permits may be obtained at any Driver and Vehicle Licence Office in Ontario. You can also obtain permit applications by contacting MTO INFO, toll-free, at 1-800-268-4686. Upon receiving the application, complete section one, have a doctor complete section two, and mail it to MTO, P.O. Box 9200, Kingston, Ontario, K7L 5K4. The application form can also be returned to any Driver and Vehicle Licence office. There is no charge for disabled person parking permits. MTO is doing all it can to promote the mobility and equality of people with disabilities throughout Ontario. Thank You, Max
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