Accessible Parking Access

 

NL Accessible Parking Permit Permit Holders:

Faculty, staff and students who have an Accessible Parking Permit (Blue Zone Permit), may request a Memorial parking permit directly through the Parking Office.
To obtain a permit, a Memorial ID card, the Accessible Parking Permit, and Vehicle Registration, will be required. The parking office is located in the Facilities Management building, FM1019.

Accommodation Requests:

The only way to guarantee access to a specific parking spot on the St. John’s Campus is through 2 the provincial Accessible Parking Permit program.  Accessible Parking (Blue Zone) spots are strategically located throughout the St. John’s Campus. Students who are ineligible for, or have been denied an Accessible (Blue Zone) Parking Pass through the provincial government may still qualify for temporary parking access to assist with extenuating circumstances.

Students with medical, mobility or physical impairments that require parking lot access who do not have an Accessible Parking Permit (Blue Zone Permit), are encouraged to contact Accessibility Services (Blundon Centre) in Student Life with their particular request. If approved for temporary parking access, the staff in Accessibility Services will advise the parking office of the student’s parking requirements and the duration of time for which parking access is required.

Employees requiring parking who do not have an Accessible Parking Permit (Blue Zone Permit) must have their application endorsed by their (HR) Advisor. Employees should contract their HR Advisor directly to determine the requirements for this approval. Once approved, Human Resources will advise the parking office of the accessible requirements and period of duration.

To obtain a permit, the parking office requires notice from Accessibility Services (Blundon Centre) or Human Resources of the approved request, a Memorial ID card, and Vehicle Registration. The parking office is located in the Facilities Management building, FM1019.