Staff and Faculty Parking Permits

Effective January 1, 2018, with the new semi-monthly payroll, parking fees will be split and will be deducted from your salary every semi-monthly pay day. 

New employees of the university or employees that have not had a parking stall on campus can complete Staff and Faculty Parking Application form or visit the Parking and Transportation Services office. Parking stalls are allocated based on seniority and you will be assigned a location based on available parking stalls. 

Parking Lot Wait List
Parking stalls occasionally become available in lots on campus. If you would like to be placed on a waiting list for a parking stall in a different location please provide your preferred location on the Staff and Faculty Lot Application and Waiting list form. 

The current wait lists are as follows:

G Lot - 2005

R Lot - 2010

F Lot - 2016

V Lot - 2015

Q Lot - 2018

H Lot - 2014

HA Lot - 2007

M Lot - 2016

Staff and Faculty Parking Terms and Conditions  

  • Stalls are assigned on a seniority basis.
  • All Staff and Faculty are required to pay for their parking by payroll deduction only.
  • Permits are valid for any Staff and Faculty lot after 17:00 hours, Monday-Friday however the permit must be properly displayed on the vehicle windshield in order to be valid.
  • Additional AVI tags and lost or stolen permits and AVI tags have a replacement value of $42.00. You must report same to Parking and Transportation Services in person.

Parking Tips and Reminders

Effective May 1, 2018:

Staff and Faculty Rates (GST included)

Lots CLS, E, F, G, H, HA, K, M, O, Q, R, Stadium Parkade, V, W - $84.00 per month

Lot T - $78.75 per month

Lots A, B and KC - $73.50 per month

Lot W (non-electrified) $68.25 per month

*Prices are subject to change without notice and all conditions must be followed.

Sessional Lecturers

May purchase (on a part-time basis) parking by contacting Roberta Campbell-Chudoba by email 

Cancellation for Staff/Faculty 
If you no longer require parking on campus please complete the staff/faculty parking cancellation form and submit a signed copy either by email or fax to the Parking and Transportation Services office. Please note, we require a minimum of 2 two weeks notice to reactivate your parking and partial refunds are not issued if your permit is cancelled mid-month.

If someone is parked in your reserved stall, you are required to report this to Parking and Transportation Services at 306-966-4502 as soon as possible. You may then park at a meter or other specified area until your stall is clear, at no cost. The violator will be issued a ticket.  By law, all parked vehicles are required to display a valid permit. Simply owning a permit or paying for one is not sufficient, permits must be properly displayed as indicated on the rear of the permit. In gated lots, entry and exit is controlled, therefore illegal parking is not likely, except in designated stalls.

Electrical Outlets in Staff/Faculty Lots:

General rule for maximum loading: A 15 amp outlet will provide sufficient power for one block heater and one car warmer.
Overloading a circuit leaves all outlets on that circuit without electricity. For open search lots please take note of the post number and notify Parking and Transportation Services if an outlet is not functioning.

Motorcycle parking and other sustainable services such as carpooling and bicycle lockers are also available.

Phone: 306-966-4509

IPLC's (Intelligent Parking Lot Controller)

  • These are the units that are attached to your electrical outlets.
  • These units have two lights, a green and a red.
  • A flashing green light means that the receptacle has power present.
  • If you plug in and the light changes to solid green it means that you are within the wattage limits of the device and there are no wiring errors in your vehicle. So power is getting to your vehicle.
  • A flashing red light, means that no power is getting to your vehicle. You have exceeded the wattage limits or may have a short circuit in your wiring.
  • A solid red light means that no power is getting to your vehicle. You have exceeded the wattage limits or the device may be faulty.
  • In the interest of personal safety, and to reduce the possibility of damage to your vehicle, it is recommended that a three-prong extension cord be used.
  • The University does not assume any responsibility for damage, expense or inconvenience caused by interrupted power supply to any car heater outlet.
In addition, the plug will provide power at 100% for the first 2 minutes after the car is plugged in and then shut off for the initial delay period of 2.05 hrs. This is because the engine is warm so supplying power for this time is a waste of energy. During this time frame, the green light will be on but the block heater or car warmer will not.