Parking


 Renaming lots: Area 9 and 9L Lots will be renamed to area 29 and 30, respectively. This will begin for the 2017/2018 permit year renewal. This change will create alignment with the St. John’s Campus lots, and reduce confusion for Eastern Health permit holders.


2017/2018 Faculty and Staff Parking Renewals

You can renew your permit for the 2017/2018 year in two ways:

1. Online between March 21 and April 28, 2017 (Payroll only):

  • Visit the employee tab of my.mun.ca 

  • Locate the Employee Parking Renewal box, and click “Open Form”

    • Some users will have information from the Parking System pre-loaded into the portal form. If the information is incorrect, please change it on the form at that time

    • If you have no information displaying, but have a permit, please complete the information on the form and submit it

    • If there is any discrepancy, the online application will be taken as the correct information

  • Consent to the parking regulations, and submit the form

  • If successful, you will see a confirmation screen and receive an email

  • Once your application is processed, the parking office will send your permit via internal mail

  • The renewal option on the portal will remain open until April 28, 2017. If you need to purchase a permit after this date, you must visit the parking office

  • If you are having issues with the my.mun.ca portal, please contact the ITS help desk

2. In person, at the parking office starting March 21, 2017:

  • Payment is accepted by payroll deduction, cash, or debit.

  • New employees must visit the parking office for their first permit.

  • Parking office hours during the renewal period are Monday – Friday, 8:00 am – 4:00 pm (not closed for lunch)

  • The parking office will have reduced staff on April 20 and 21, which will cause wicket delays for in person renewals

  • The renewal period ends April 28, 2017, however, employees can continue to purchase a 2017/2018 permits at the parking office throughout the year

  • Payroll deductions are available through the parking office until Sept 30

If you have any questions, comments or concerns please email parking@mun.ca or call 2736.

Area 9 permit holders: Construction of the Animal Resource Centre will impact parking in area 9. However, permit holders will be renewed for the same location, and will be advised if/when moving from the area is required.


 

Summer student parking:

Parking administration is holding the summer parking allocation for undergraduate and graduate students. Log in to my.mun.ca, and visit the parking section to submit your application between April 1, 2017 and 12 pm May 5, 2017.

You should provide a ranking of preference for all lots available. The graduate and undergraduate students have a separation allocation, and within that permits are randomly allocated to those who apply.

The process will close at 12 p.m. on May 5, 2017. At that time, you can log back in to determine if you have been allocated a permit, for what area and the cost. Permits will be available for pick up after the lottery closes at the parking office (FM 1018). Payment for the permit must be made by cash or debit and vehicle registration is required.

More general parking information is available under the Student tab. 



Please note: If you have a permit or ticket issue please see Parking Administration (parking@mun.ca, 864-2736 or FM-1018). Tickets can also be disputed at the Newfoundland and Labrador Traffic Court. 


Carpooling: 

Staff and faculty can share a permit, by registering multiple vehicles on one permit at the parking office. The permit is then shared and displayed in whichever vehicle is on campus.

Student carpool permits are available. Those interested in applying must complete the below application:

Student Carpool application

In addition, students who have a permit may also add another vehicle. The primary vehicle on file must be registered to the student with the permit, but other individuals can be added. However, all students being added to the carpool permit must have 48 credit hours.


  

Parking is limited on the St. John’s campus. Please consider alternative ways to travel to work such as public transit or carpooling which would help alleviate some of the parking issues on campus.

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