Long Term Parking
There is no free parking on the Brandon University campus. When parked in University lots, vehicles must have one of the following valid parking permits properly displayed (hanging from the rear view mirror) for that designated lot.
How to Purchase Long Term Parking
12 month, 8 month and 1 Term (fall) parking permits are available for purchase online only. (1 Term (winter) parking permits go on sale in late December.) In order to purchase online, faculty, staff, and students must register a user profile in our online parking program.
When purchase is complete, permit will be delivered as follows:
Residence Student: Will be in your checkin package upon arrival
Off Campus Student: – Will be mailed to address on your profile
Faculty/Staff: Will be sent through interoffice mail
**Deliveries may be delayed, however as long as your purchase is complete and your vehicle information is current in your profile, you may begin parking in your selected lot September 1st, 2021. You must have your permit hanging in your vehicle by September 30th, 2021.
If you are already a registered user, log in to apply online for Parking Permits or to pay a violation.
Parking Purchase Tip Sheets
Use the following tip sheets to help guide your parking purchase.
|Type||12 Months||8 Months||1 Term|
12 Months (September 1st to August 31st), 8 Months (September 1st to April 30th), Term (either September 1st to December 31st or January 1st to April 30th) Note: January – April permits do not go on sale until late December.
How Permit Parking is Assigned
- Most permit parking on Campus is assigned by lot on a first come first served basis.
- Within a lot, parking is on a “scramble” basis (no assigned spots)
- Every effort will be made to honour individual requests to be assigned to a specific parking lot.
Parking lots are sold to maximum plus capacity. Assignment to a specific lot does not guarantee that space will always be available. If your lot is full, please park in Lot #5 or #6 and notify the Ancillary Services office immediately. Please note that your parking permit must still be properly displayed. Please remove permit when operating your motor vehicle if you feel it is a safety hazard.
Accessible Parking Options
Special parking arrangements can be made for persons with physical challenges. For more information, please contact the Ancillary Services office at (204) 727-7394 or email@example.com.
Our Parking Regulations are availble online.
Hours of Enforcement
Parking is enforced:
- Monday to Friday from 8:00 am to 4:30 pm
- Weekends, holidays, and after 4:30 pm on weekdays, there is no charge for parking in staff, student, meter, and ticket-dispenser areas.
There are some restricted areas which can never be used for parking. Enforcement of these areas will be in effect at all times. These restricted areas include:
- Fire lanes and driveways
- No Parking Anytime areas
- Handicapped areas (appropriate permit required)
- Landscaped areas
If you are unable to display your permit, please call the Ancillary Services office at 727-7394 immediately for instructions on how to obtain a temporary permit. This permit will be valid for the day it is issued and for the following day. Up to three temporary permits are allowed, at no cost, during the year (September 1 to August 31). After that the cost will be equal to that of a daily permit. Only Brandon University parking permits will be honoured and notes, handwritten or otherwise, will not be recognized.
Persons with permit parking may be required to park their vehicles in alternate locations due to snow removal or special functions which require a large amount of space. Adequate notice will be given prior to these events taking place.
12 month, 8 month, and 1 term plans are refundable. The refund will be the remainder of the full contract price minus the number of months of use multiplied by the monthly rate. In order to receive a refund for the month, the pass must be returned by the seventh day of the month. Temporary parking (hourly, daily, weekly and 1 month parking) is a final sale.
Transfer of Ownership
Transfer of ownership of a permit is not permitted. Any other use, sale, or assignment is prohibited and will not be recognized by the University.
Replacement of Permits
If a permit becomes damaged, return it to the Parking Office for a replacement. If the old permit is returned the replacement cost is $6.75. If the permit is not returned with cost is $30.05.
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Motorcycles and Motor-Scooters
Motorcycles, motor-scooters, or another type of bicycles are considered motor vehicles and require parking permits.