Towing and Booting Policy
The University of Saskatchewan has the legal authority to Tow and/or Boot (immobilize) any vehicle that has outstanding violations (even if they are not in violation at the time). Out of Province vehicles are subject to Saskatchewan legislation.
Booting is a locking device placed on the wheel of the vehicle that prevents the vehicle from moving. The boots are removed once all outstanding violations are paid. Booting is used as an alternative to towing the vehicle and can be used if the vehicle is inaccessible to towing or the officer deems it necessary. Attempting to drive the vehicle with the boot or tamper with boot in any way is illegal. Only Parking and Transportation Services employees can remove the boot. After 24 hours of booting, the university may deem it necessary to tow the vehicle to a compound on campus or hold the vehicle with the contract towing firm's compound. All fees and charges associated with the towing and storage of the vehicle are the responsibility of the vehicle owner.
In order to avoid being towed or booted, please keep violations paid up to date.
If your vehicle has been towed or booted, please contact Parking and Transportation Services at 306-966-4502 during regular office hours (08:30 - 16:30 hours Mon-Fri) or 306-966-1850 after regular office hours. Violation payments in the form of Cash, Visa, MasterCard, and DEBIT are accepted at the Parking and Transportation Services during office hours. Payments for parking violations can also be made online 24/7. Identification may be required. Cheques will NOT be accepted.