2019-2020 Permit Rate Increase
Demand on the St. John’s campus for parking spaces has continued to grow, while the fee charged for parking does not encourage members of the university community to avail of alternative, more environmentally friendly forms of transportation. In addition, the rates are the lowest of 17 other universities, the Signal Hill campus, and locations in downtown St. John’s.
At the July 6, 2017 meeting of the Board of Regents, the Board approved two principles related to parking. First, the university administration should take steps to address the heavily subsidized parking rates currently charged to faculty, staff and students. Second, the university administration should stop constructing new parking spaces on campus (surface and garage) – until at least such a time as parking provisions adhere to a cost recovery model and/or alternative public transportation modes are put into effect.
In alignment with these principles, The Board of Regents approved a permit rate increase for faculty, staff and students effective May 1, 2019. These rates still do not recover all costs associated with space maintenance, but are a step toward a cost recovery model. These new rates apply to 2019/2020 permits. Renewals will begin April 1, 2019 and run until April 30, 2019. CUPE staff will be renewed at the existing 2018/2019 rates, as outlined in the current Collective Agreement.
Faculty and staff permits will be renewed for the same location as their current 2018/2019 permit. Permit holders may request to be added to a different location via the waitlist process. This can be completed during the my.mun.ca payroll renewal process or by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org. Employees will be contacted to move lots if space is available, and permit rates will be adjusted at that time.
2019-2020 Permit Renewals
The renewal period for faculty and staff parking permits is April 1 to 30, 2019, inclusive.
Payroll: Employees can renew their parking permit via payroll deduction through my.mun.ca under the Employee tab. Once the renewal request has been processed by the parking office, the permit will be issued via internal mail. Employees can also renew their permit via payroll at the parking office in FM1018.
Cash/Debit: Employees who want to pay for their permit via cash or debit can visit the parking office, FM-1018, to renew.
Employee Temporary Parking Permits
Employee Temporary Parking Permits are available by completing the Employee Temporary Parking Permit Request form. Employees unable to access the Employee Temporary Parking Permit Request form may email the Parking Office with their request at email@example.com.
Purchase of Parking Permits for New Employees
New employees must visit the Parking Office to purchase a parking permit. Confirmation of employment must be provided to the Parking Office via email (firstname.lastname@example.org) or a letter signed by the employees Manager, or desinated authority, before sale of the permit is finalized.
Employees may park in their designated overflow parking areas should their permit areas be fully occupied. Desinated overflow lots for Memorial University employees are as follows:
- Area 16A Splash: Designated overflow lot for North Campus permit holders.
- Area 15: Designated overflow lot for South Campus permit holders.
Staff and Faculty can share a permit by registering multiple vehicles under one (1) permit at the Parking Office. The one (1) permit is then shared and displayed in the vehicle is on Campus.
It is the responsibility of persons organizing conferences, seminars, or inviting guest lectures to contact the Parking Office to make necessary parking arrangements. For inquiries or assistance, contact email@example.com.
Employee Parking Accommodations
All Employee Parking Accommodation requests must be submitted to the employee's designated Human Resources (HR) Advisor. The HR Advisor will review each Employee Parking Aaccommodation request with supporting documentation and submit to the Parking Office the following:
- Employee Name and Employee Number
- Duration of required Employee Parking Accommodation
- Building the employee is required to be located near
Once an Employee Parking Accommodation request has been submitted to the Parking Office by the HR Advisor, the employee must visit the Parking Office to return their current permit and be issued a new permit.
All general inquires can be made to the Parking Office.