IMPORTANT UPDATE: Limited Processing of Visitor Parking Permits
Due to low staffing resources and Student Parking Lottery demands, processing of online visitor permit requests will be limited. Please note: this limitation excludes MUNFA retirees. Visitors are encouraged to use the university’s pay-per-use parking spaces located throughout the St. John’s campus. More information about pay-per-use parking can be found here. Matters of an urgent nature may be forwarded to Karen Alexander, Associate Director, OCRO at email@example.com.
Requests for Visitor Parking Permits
Host Departments, Faculties and Units may submit a Visitor Parking Request on behalf of the Visitor, or the Visitor may submit the request directly.
Visitors to Campus may submit their request(s) for a Visitor Parking Permit through the online Visitor Parking Request form. Visitors unable to access the Visitor Parking Request form may email the Parking Office with their request at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Receipt of Visitor Parking Permit
Visitor Parking Permits can be sent electronically to the Visitor or be available for pick-up at the Parking Office, at the Visitor's preference.
Minimum Notice Requirements for Visitor Parking Permits
The Parking Office requires a minimum of three (3) business hours to process Visitor Parking Requests.
Inability to meet the minimum notice requirement will require the Visitor to pay for parking at a Pay & Display or metered parking space located throughout Campus.
During peak permit sale periods, the minimum notice requirement is subject to increase. Any changes will be communicated on the Parking Office website and Newsline.
Visitor Parking Permit Validation and Enforcement
Visitor Parking Permits are only valid for the duration and location specified on the permit issued by the Parking Office. Visitors that park outside the specifications of the Visitor Parking Permit constitutes a parking violation under the Memorial University Traffic Regulations.
Visitor Parking Permits and Event Management
For small events on Campus, Visitors must submit their parking requests through the online Visitor Parking Request form. Hosting Faculties and Departments may submit requests on the Visitor's behalf.
For large events, parking requests must be submitted to email@example.com for review and consideration.
Pay Per Use Parking
Pay & Display: 438 Pay & Display parking spaces located at Area 27 (Level 1 and 2) and Area 61
Parking Meters: 242 metered spaces
St. Augustine's Anglican Church: A Pay & Display parking lot under external management.
For more information, the campus map can be found here: http://www.mun.ca/cep/parking/SJ_Campus_Parking_Map.pdf.