Canada Day 2019 Travel Notices

Milton's Canada Day fireworks are moving to Woodbine Mohawk Park starting in 2020

In an effort to keep the community safe and to allow for emergency vehicle access, Milton is implementing a temporary “No Parking” prohibition on the following streets during July 1 celebrations:

  • North side of Heslop Road between Commercial Street and Bronte Street South
  • East side of Thomas Street, between Heslop Road and Queen Street
  • North side of Robert Street, between Bronte Street South and Bell Street
  • West side of Hugh Street, between Robert Street and Mary Street
  • South side of Robert Street, between Hugh Street and a point 105m westerly thereof
  • East side of Commercial Street, between Main Street East and Pine Street
  • West side of Commercial Street, between Pine Street and Laurier Avenue
  • Both sides of Commercial Street, between Laurier Avenue and Derry Road

Please keep an eye out for emergency access routes and corresponding “No Parking Anytime” signs.

Parking options:

  • Apply for a street parking exception.  Visit or use the myMILTON mobile app to obtain a temporary street parking exception for areas not listed above.
  • Leave your car at home. If you’re celebrating Canada Day at the Milton Fairgrounds, catch a free ride on Milton Transit. For updated routes and schedules, please visit