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Queen's University
 

6 Important Points about Parking on Campus

  1. To park on parking lots on campus you need a parking permit. Permits are issued on a cycle that begins on 1 July and ends on 30 June (the "parking year")
  2. Parking spaces are at a premium - apply as soon as you have confirmed where you will be living in Kingston (an address is required for the application)
  3. You cannot get a parking permit if you live in   Zone 3,  which is the vicinity of the University  extending to about a 20 minute walk from the main campus
  4. Parking spaces are not individually assigned. You may park anywhere you wish within the permit area (west campus permit or main campus permit)
  5. For fees and how to apply go to this site: Physical Plant Services(PPS)
  6. Parking regulations are strictly enforced!

For low-cost parking, please check out the shuttle service (see below).

Applying for a parking permit during a “parking year”

If you are appointed to a full-time continuing position part way through a parking year, you can be issued a temporary permit for the balance of the year, providing that there are permits available, and that you do not live in zone 3 (see above). Important: you have to apply for the temporary permit as soon as you start, if you wait until the new parking year you will no longer be deemed a new employee. As a temporary permit holder, you will not have automatic renewal privileges for the next parking year, you must apply. You can ask PPS to put you on a waiting list for a permanent permit at the time you make arrangements for your temporary permit, and your request will be considered on a space available basis.

Special Needs

Persons with a disability who have a disabled permit issued by the Ministry of Transportation may be issued a parking permit regardless of their zone of residence.

Low cost parking and shuttle bus from West Campus

A low-cost parking/shuttle permit is available for the parking lot at  Richardson Stadium on the West Campus. A shuttle bus connects to KGH and Main Campus all week. A park-and-ride permit is $35 plus taxes per month, and a ride-only permit is $15 plus taxes per month. Permits are available on either a monthly or an annual basis from  Physical Plant Services. A pay-and-display machine will be available on the south lot (near tennis courts) for occasional users.

Evening Parking

All Queen's parking is free after 5pm.

Contact us at: Monica(dot)Stewart(at)queensu(dot)ca, Queen's Faculty Recruitment and Support, Office of the Provost and Vice Principal (Academic), Queen's University, Richardson Hall, Suite 252, Room 218
Kingston, Ontario, K7L 3N6
Tel:613-533-3167 Fax:613-533-6263
Last Modified: 2012-01-23 12:00:22
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