Special Event Parking:
Special parking arrangements for large University-sponsored special events or visiting groups, such as convocation, may be requested via email to firstname.lastname@example.org with at least two weeks advance notice to Campus Parking Services. If such request can be accommodated at the University and is approved by Campus Parking Services, the University unit sponsoring the large group or special event may be charged the cost of the parking fees together with any additional costs incurred by Campus Parking Services for directional signage, traffic officers, etc.
Advance notice of parking lot closures/ re-purposing will normally posted several days in advance on the University website and at affected parking lots.
Any vehicle remaining parked at the time access to the parking lot has been closed or otherwise restricted for a University special event is in violation of this policy, including these regulations, and subject to University sanction, including immediate towing at the sole risk and expense of the driver/ owner.
Hosting an Event on Campus, this can all be done online with the Parking Portal, learn more
If you are needing to purchase a permit for a department via departmental coding these are the permits that are available for departments:
Black Zone Reserved: Departmental
There are a limited number of Reserved spaces on campus.
The Reserved permit guarantees the permit holder a parking space in a designated parking lot.
Black Zone permits paid by departmental funding/grant funding must be signed by BOTH the Chair/Dean and your Vice President before Parking Services can process it.
Red Zone Non - Reserved: Departmental
This permit allows 24 hour access to the Red colour zones across campus
Spaces are available on a first come first served basis. The permit does NOT guarantee a parking space in a specific lot. If a favorite lot is full, permit holders are required to proceed to the next available lot within the authorized zone.
Red Zone Daily permits are available for all red zones across campus.
Red Zone Annual/Semester permits paid by departmental funding/grant funding must be signed by BOTH the Chair/Dean and your Vice President before Parking Services can process it.
Yellow Zone Non-Reserved: Departmental
The most economically priced permit allows 24 hour access to the Yellow Zones across campus.
Spaces are available on a first come first served basis. The permit does NOT guarantee a parking space in a specific lot. If a favourite is full, permit holders are required to proceed to the next available lot within the authorized zone
Yellow Zone Daily permits are valid in P15, P19 and P59 only
Yellow Zone Permit (P30 Only)
Available for purchase same day 12:01am - can not be purchased in advance at this time.
Are available on a first-come, first-serve basis during posted hours of operation.
Not guaranteed to have availability, particularly during peak demand periods.
Departmental Service Vehicle
Service vehicle parking spaces are restricted for use by certain University service units and registered service contractors while engaged and performing delivery or maintenance work or services on University property.
Availability of service vehicle parking cannot be guaranteed and, should service vehicle parking become unavailable, service contractors may use any available public parking, excluding parking lots P31 and P44, and are required to pay the applicable parking fees without any compensation whatsoever from the University.
University service unit employees are not permitted to use service vehicle permit parking to park their personal vehicles in service vehicle parking spaces near their primary assigned work location.
Service Permit(s) paid by departmental funding/grant funding must be signed by BOTH the Chair/Dean and your Vice President before Parking Services can process it.
Service Permits are valid only with the accompaniment of a Red Zone Permit.
Red Zone Permit must be purchased by staff (not using departmental funding) prior to a Service Permit being processed.
Service permit being used as a Departmental floater permit intended for use by Visitor/Contractors, must also be accompanied with an Red Zone Parking Permit as well.
Red Zone Permits are not to be paid via departmental funding for Staff/Faculty members.
University Fleet Vehicles
University vehicles must be registered on-line with Parking Services.
University vehicles must be registered with Physical Resources, Vehicle Services Department.
University vehicles will require a permit.
University vehicles may only park in Fleet Vehicles spaces, Red Zones, Yellow Zones or lot P30, no longer allowed to park in Service Vehicle spots.
Permits are now virtual, no longer requiring a physical tag to hang in vehicles
Restricted Overnight Permit (Dec 1 - March 31)
Overnight parking may be restricted to facilitate winter maintenance work, including snow clearing, pushing or removal from December 1st through to and ending March 31st, whether snow is present or not. Information is available online regarding overnight parking restrictions times and locations.
For Staff/Faculty who need to work during the hours of 1am - 6am (Dec 1 - March 31) they will need an Overnight parking permit. These permits must be paid via coding by your department.
Overnight Permit Application Form
Staff may provide up to three (3) vehicle license plates that will be linked to their Overnight Parking Permit. All vehicles not linked to their permits will be at risk for being ticketed for Restricted Overnight parking.
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