Starting this Monday, May 17, those visiting the Lynn Canyon Park will have to pay $3 to park there.
The two-year pilot project by DNV and Metro Vancouver will continue through to October this year.
DNV says the program will help manage parking and traffic congestion in the park and surrounding neighbourhoods.
However, DNV residents can purchase a $10 annual DNV Park Parking Pass that will enable them to park in the lot without paying the hourly rate.
Vehicles with a disability decal are also exempt from payment.
New on-street parking regulations on residential streets surrounding Lynn Canyon Park will also come into effect with the new program.
The Lynn Canyon park attracts more than one million visitors every year, and it is one of the district’s most popular destinations.
During the summer season, more than 2,500 vehicles are parked there. Metro Vancouver had also launched a similar pay parking project for Lynn Headwater Park in March this year.