Accessible parking permits and motorcycle decals
An accessible parking permit can be issued to an individual or company. When the permit is displayed in a vehicle, that vehicle can be parked in a designated accessible parking space.
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Frequently asked questions about accessible parking permits.
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ServiceOntario issues four types of permits which are colour-coded and a motorcycle decal for people with permanent or subject-to-change permits:
- Permanent (blue)
- Temporary (red)
- Traveler (purple)
- Company (green)
- Motorcycle decal
If you want to request a motorcycle decal, or report it as lost, stolen or damaged, follow the instructions to receive or replace motorcycle decals below.
To apply for, renew, make changes to or replace your accessible permit, follow the steps below. Then bring your completed application package and any required supporting documents to a ServiceOntario centre or mail it to:
P.O. Box 9800
Kingston ON K7L 5N8
To apply for a new accessible parking permit or to renew your permit, you need to:
- Qualify for an accessible parking permit
Complete the online request form
- Save and print a copy of section A
- If you are applying for a new permit, print section B and ask your health-care practitioner to complete it
Note: A licensed physician, chiropractor, registered nurse practitioner (extended class), physiotherapist, occupational therapist, chiropodist or podiatrist must certify your condition on the printed permit application.
For changes to your existing accessible permit, you need to:
- Complete and print section A of the online request form
Bring the supporting documentation as required with your application form to a ServiceOntario centre.
To replace a lost, stolen or permit, you need to:
- Print a Replacement Declaration.
- Either have it completed by your local police department or call your local police department to report it lost or stolen. If you call, you need to get an occurrence number and badge number
To replace a damaged permit, you need to:
- Return your damaged permit with the completed copy of the request form (section A)
- If you are unable to return the damaged permit, you will need to fill out a Replacement Declaration
An accessible parking permit decal for your motorcycle allows you to park in designated parking spaces without having to display your accessible parking permit.
You must still carry your accessible parking permit with you. If you are not able to show your accessible parking permit when requested, you may receive a penalty even if the decal is on display.
To request a decal or to report your decal as lost, stolen or damaged submit a written request to ServiceOntario.
You must include the following information:
- Clearly state whether you are applying for a new decal or a replacement decal
- Your full name and current address
- Your permanent or subject-to-change accessible parking permit number
- Your motorcycle driver’s licence number (class M or M2)
- Licence plate number of each motorcycle a decal will be attached to (the motorcycles must be registered under your name)
- If you are requesting a replacement decal, include your accessible motorcycle decal number (if known) and the reason for replacement
Send your request to:
P.O. Box 9800
Kingston ON K7L 5N8