For employees

COVID-19 Parking Update

Parking permit renewals on St. John’s and Signal Hill campuses are suspended until further notice and no permits will be required for the majority of parking areas. Members of the university community can continue to park at no cost. Grenfell Campus and Marine Institute will issue permits, but will not charge for these.

Parking permits will still be required (at no cost) for the following parking areas on the St. John’s campus: lots 60, 30, 27, 1, 25, 28, 20, 13 and 4. Permits expiring on April 30, 2021 for these areas will be honoured until further notice. Permit holders do not need to request a new permit.

All other permit parking areas will not require a permit and members of the university community can park at no cost.

Campus Enforcement and Patrol will continue to enforce permit use in areas noted above that require permits and will enforce parking regulations for metered and pay-per-use lots, blue zones, fire lanes, and areas where parking is prohibited.

This decision was made in consideration of the many scenarios how employees and students are accessing campus. Guests should cotninue to use the Passport parking app for events.


Parking Rate Increase

At the March 11, 2021 meeting of the Board of Regents, a parking permit rate increase equivalent to consumer price index (0.9%) was approved for St. John’s campus student, staff and faculty rates (excluding MUNFA), effective May 1, 2021. As per the MUNFA collective agreement, last year’s rates have been maintained for this group. There was no change to the Signal Hill Campus rates. Since parking permit renewals have been suspended until further notice, these rates will not come into effect until renewals begin and rates will be prorated.

Rates


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 parking@mun.ca.

COVID-19 Update: Permits are only required in areas 60, 30, 27, 1, 25, 28, 20, 13 and 4 until further notice. All other permit parking areas will not require a permit and members of the university community can park at no cost. Officers will ticket for permit use in areas 60, 30, 27, 1, 25, 28, 20, 13 and 4 and will enforce parking regulations for metered and pay-per-use lots, blue zones, fire lanes, and areas where parking is prohibited.


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 (parking@mun.ca) or a letter signed by the employees Manager, or desinated authority, before sale of the permit is finalized.  

COVID-19 Update: Permits are only required in areas 60, 30, 27, 1, 25, 28, 20, 13 and 4 until further notice. All other permit parking areas will not require a permit and members of the university community can park at no cost. Officers will ticket for permit use in areas 60, 30, 27, 1, 25, 28, 20, 13 and 4 and will enforce parking regulations for metered and pay-per-use lots, blue zones, fire lanes, and areas where parking is prohibited.


Overflow Parking

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 15:  Designated overflow lot for South Campus permit holders.

Employee Carpooling 

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.


Parking Events

 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 parking@mun.ca.


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.

Email:  parking@mun.ca   

Telephone: 864-2736

Contact

Campus Enforcement and Patrol

230 Elizabeth Ave, St. John's, NL, CANADA, A1B 3X9

Postal Address: P.O. Box 4200, St. John's, NL, CANADA, A1C 5S7

Tel: (709) 864-8000