City parking now free for veterans, disabled

By: 
Record staff
Staff Writer

The City of Sherbrooke has announced that people with disabilities and military veterans now have access to free parking in the City, following the coming into force of regulations adopted by Council before the holidays.
From now on, those with recognized disabilities and veterans can park their vehicles free of charge in all parking spaces with numbered signs at times when timed parking is permitted. In order to take advantage of this opportunity, they must obtain a parking sticker by following instructions and conditions explained on the sherbrooke.ca/stationnement web page.
In the case of persons with disabilities, this new Ville de Sherbrooke vignette must be combined with that issued by the Société de l 'assurance automobile du Québec (SAAQ) for the holder’s principal vehicle.
For veterans, the City sticker must be paired with a veteran license plate issued by the SAAQ for the vehicle belonging to the holder.

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