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Overnight Parking

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Overnight Parking Registry Under the City of Waterloo Traffic By-law #08-077 parking is not permitted "on a city highway between the hours of 2:30am and 6:00am on any day of the week."

Every household within the City of Waterloo is allowed a maximum of eighteen (18) exemptions per calendar year.

Exemptions are for visitors vehicle(s) and/or your driveway is being repaired/resurfaced, etc. which does not permit you to access your driveway.

You can register by:

calling 519-747-8559, or completing and submitting the registration form online by clicking here

Parking Overnight in Uptown Waterloo

Don't take a chance. Parkade it and Leave it!

Before you enjoy your first drink, please consider parking your car either in the Parkade located at the corner of Willis Way and Regina Street (entrance located on Willis Way) or in the designated spots in the Station Lot located at 20 Regina Street (the east side next to the Paul Puncher clothing store).

Overnight parking is prohibited on all City streets and municipal parking lots (with the exception of the designated spots in the Station Lot).

The Parkade has 24 hour video surveillance and while you will be paying for your parking in this garage, or in the designated spots in the Station Lot ($5 for overnight), your car will be safe and ticket-free until you can pick it up the next morning.

Please don't drink and drive.

Eastbridge Chase Race Results - 1 km

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Race Times / Finish Order

Race Times / Finish Order
Time Bib #
1 3:32 90 Be. Thompson
2 3:50 91 Ba. Thompson
3 3:56 92 J. Smith
4 3:59 73 N. Babensee
5 3:59 115 J. O'Mally
6 4:02 76 D. Babensee-Waddell
7 4:06 61 C. Bernhardt
8 4:18 93 D. Walsh
9 4:19 69 P. Yates
10 4:20 50 B.Dawson
11 4:21 71 W. Yates
12 4:26 59 C. Caldarelli
13 4:26 58 D. Caldarelli
14 4:28 55 A. Wright
15 4:32 51 G. Dawson
16 4:32 48 L. Dawson
17 4:34 84 M. McCormick
18 4:38 96 Q. Staines
19 4:38 94 D. Staines
20 4:42 82 G. McCormick
21 5:02 88 H. Gallagher
22 5:03 62 T. Bernhardt
23 5:08 109 C. McRae
24 5:11 80 M. Von Hafner
25 5:15 85 R. McCormick
26 5:15 83 A. McCormick
27 5:20 60 M. Sewell
28 5:26 107 R. Dewolfe
29 5:36 89 E. Gallagher
30 5:36 87 M. Gallagher
31 5:36 76 D. Babensee-Waddell
32 5:37 4 D. Bernhardt
33 5:43 68 S. Tompkins
34 5:43 77 N. Boettger
35 5:43 78 A. Boettger
36 5:43 79 V. Von Hafner
37 6:49 81 F Von Hafner
38 6:53 65 C. Smith
39 7:03 66 C. Brestovacki
40 7:03 12 Ch. Smith
41 8:12 67 M. Smith
42 8:12 104 T. Banks
43 8:21 103 H. Banks
44 8:21 74 S. St. Denis
45 9:12 75 T. St. Denis
46 9:12 97 M. Staines
47 9:12 95 J. Staines
48 9:39 112 S. Thompkins

Eastbridge Chase Race Results - 5 km

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Race Times / Finish Order

 Race Times / Finish Order

1 19.29 113 T. Hope
2 20.56 14 T. MacDonald
3 21.55 110 M. Duchwald
4 22.18 98 D.Zister
5 22.55 114 H. Lehan
6 24.32 121 J. Green
7 24.33 39 A. Helm
8 24.52 38 M.Papulkas
9 24.54 27 S. Gagne
10 25.04 90 B. Thompson
11 25.13 44 K. Lee
12 25.13 41 B. Lee
13 25.20 99 S. Morrison
14 25.46 23 B. Heimpel
15 26.04 53 C. Warman
16 26.28 116 N. O'Mally
17 26.37 13 C. Black
18 26.58 4 D.Bernhardt
19 26.58 87 M. Gallagher
20 27.10 22 P. Edmundson
21 27.17 106 N. Lehan
22 27.18 36 A. Nosalik
23 27.20 8 R. Mooney
24 27.28 35 M. Clermont
25 27.38 24 D. Russel
26 27.51 91 B. Thompson
27 27.52 28 Si. Gagne
28 28.04 16 E. Fabri
29 28.06 15 Z. Fabri
30 28.10 21 J. Schwartz
31 28.12 105 S. Waterfield
32 28.17 19 H. Fagan
33 28.19 20 J. Rutherford
34 28.26 2 M.Sewell
35 29.59 37 D. Underwood
36 30.06 57 S. Davidson
37 30.21 102 M. Dumas
38 30.23 47 G. Edmondson
39 30.29 92 J. Smith
40 30.32 71 W. Yates
41 30.33 69 P. Yates
42 30.40 115 J. O'Mally
43 30.45 7 Kr. Mooney
44 30.57 32 D. Boettger
45 30.58 122 P. Janmish
46 30.59 40 S. Helm
47 30.59 120 K. Little
48 31.04 29 L. Babensee
49 31.13 124 M. McCland
50 31.13 123 J. McCland
51 31.47 43 J. Lee
52 31.47 42 D. Lee
53 31.48 73 N. Babensee
54 31.56 9 C. Mooney
55 31.56 6 K. Mooney
56 32.17 26 J. MacDonald
57 32.51 100 C. Caplin
58 32.51 101 K. Francis
59 33.42 46 Ka. Edmondson
60 33.42 45 Ke. Edmondson
61 36.20 17 J. Thompson
62 36.21 18 N. Thompson
63 36.36 34 Mi. Clermont
64 37.58 30 M. Babensee
65 37.58 76 D. Babensee-Waddell
66 38.20 31 T. Babensee
67 40.08 33 J. Clermont
68 45.00 117 M. O'Mally
69 45.05 119 L. ??

European Crane Fly

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Crane fly larvae feed on the roots of grasses. Usually very little damage is done as plants have a remarkable ability to compensate for minor root damage. However, when populations are high (estimated to be about 25-30 larvae per square foot) damage to turf areas can be extensive. (Note: One property in the Eastbridge area had 75-125 larvae per square foot)!

The adult crane fly is found in the late summer and early fall. It has long legs and looks very much like a large mosquito (the body alone is about 1" long). One common name for these insects is "mosquito-hawk". The adults are harmless. They do not bite nor do they attack mosquitos. They are very common at night around lights.


Larvae, sometimes called "leather jackets," live in the soil. Larvae hatch from eggs laid in the late summer. They feed during the fall and into the spring of the following year. They stop feeding in May. Damage generally starts to be noticeable during the spring, caused by feeding that occurred the previous fall and winter. Damage can also occur when birds scratch at the lawn surface attracted to larvae. Birds are important predators of crane fly larvae and great care should be taken not to poison birds if insecticides are used.

Now that European crane fly has arrived, it is likely to be a permanent inhabitant of our lawns. Severely damaged lawns may need renovation. It is probably not necessary to treat these lawns with insecticides prior to renovation as normal site preparation (tilling and rotovation) controls larvae.