ON-STREET PAY PARKING AND METERED PARKING NOW IN EFFECT
At 2.53 square kilometers, the small, picturesque seaside Village of Lions Bay on the eastern shore of Howe Sound is one of the smallest municipalities in BC. With narrow residential streets and such a small land mass, parking is always at a premium, particularly in the summer months.
Please drive slowly through our community! The roads are narrow, curvy and steep with no sidewalks. Watch for pedestrians, cyclists and kids playing on the roadways.
Visitors are encouraged to use public transportation to visit Lions Bay's parks. All three beach parks are a short walk away from bus stops on the 262 Translink/Bluebus route.
If you do need to park in Lions Bay, pay close attention to parking signage. Most streets below the highway are restricted to residents with parking permits. Metered pay parking is available for visitors.
Parking penalties are high ($195 for most offences). All infractions will be ticketed and may be towed. Parking restrictions are enforced 7 days a week.