Parking Permits Available to All Memorial Students at Greenbelt Tennis Club (Winter 2018)
Memorial wishes to advise all students (part-time, full-time, undergraduate and/or graduate) that the Greenbelt Tennis Club has allocated twenty (20) parking spaces at their facility for Memorial students. Interested students must purchase a permit directly through Greenbelt Tennis Club located at 114 Newtown Road, St. John’s. Students can purchase a permit on a per semester basis at a cost of $150 plus tax. Permits will be allocated to students on a first-come-first-serve basis. Permits go on sale January 4, 2018.
Permits will be valid from the first day of class to the final day of exams for each semester. For the upcoming Winter 2018 semester, the permit will be valid from January 4 – April 20, 2018, inclusive. Students will be required to present their Student ID, as well as provide their License Plate Number, car make (e.g. Honda) and model (e.g. civic) at the point of purchase. Please note that permits will not be transferrable to other vehicles.
For more information on obtaining a permit, please contact the Greenbelt Tennis Club at (709) 722-3840 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Winter 2018 Student Parking Permit Lottery
The Winter 2018 Student Parking Permit Lottery opened on my.mun.ca December 1, 2017. Entry into the lottery application will close on January 8, 2018, at 12 noon. At this time, you will be able to log back in to the my.mun.ca portal to determine if you were successful.
Permits not claimed by January 19, 2018 at 4:00 pm, will re-enter into the lottery for a second (2nd) draw from the existing my.mun.ca applications.
For details of how to locate and apply to the draw, please see the Daytime Parking Draw Guide.
Reminder to All Permit Holders: Permits are Not Valid in Pay-Per-Use Parking Spaces
Student, Employee, Visitor and Departmental permit holders are reminded that permits are not valid in Pay-Per-Use (metered, Pay & Display, and Passport Canada) parking spaces. Drivers parked in a Pay-Per-Use parking space who have not paid through the applicable channel will be ticketed.
As parking is limited on St. John’s Campus, the Parking Office encourages all vehicle owners to consider alternative methods to transportation to Campus such as public transit or carpooling.