These Are The Borders Of Ville-Marie To Help You Find Free Street Parking This Month (MAP)

It's free to park in Ville-Marie on weekdays after 6 p.m. for the rest of 2020!
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These Are The Borders Of Ville-Marie To Help You Find Free Street Parking This Month (MAP)

The City of Montreal has made street parking free after 6 p.m. on weekdays in Ville-Marie until the end of 2020. But, we all know that trying to figure out the map of Montreal can be rather difficult thanks to the city's myriad of boroughs and neighbourhoods.

No matter how long you've lived in Montreal, can you ever really remember the exact borders that differentiate the Plateau from Mile-End?

With this confusion in mind, we decided to share the City's outlined map of Ville-Marie for you to refer to whenever any uncertainty arises.

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When you venture to go shopping downtown on a weekday during December, it's essential to know if where you've chosen to park is a spot that the city considers part of the Ville-Marie borough.

Otherwise, you could end up with a surprise parking ticket on your way back.

Certain parts of the Ville-Marie border cut right into the middle of a street, which is why keeping this map handy will save you from some serious headaches.

If you find yourself in Little Burgundy or Milton Park, you know you've gone too far.

Best of luck with your search for parking!

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