Visitors can easily access meters for $3.00/hour or Pay and Display for $3.00/hour, $9.00/day flat rate. Meters are available in Lots 2, 3A, 14, and 24. Pay & Display is available in Lots 4, 20 and 10. These machines accept quarters, one and two dollar coins as well the Pay & Display machine will accept Visa or Mastercard as payment. If you have been issued a Parking pass from a department on campus ensure that you are parking in the lot which the permit is valid and not in a pay lot.
I hold a valid Ministry of Ontario Accessible Parking Permit, does this mean I can park in any accessible space on University property without a valid WLU parking permit?
No, you either need to pay at a pay lot, have a valid day parking pass or hold a valid WLU parking permit along with your accessible parking permit issued by the Ministry of Ontario to be able to park in any of the accessible parking spaces.
Why does it cost so much to park?
In comparison to a number of major Ontario Universities, Wilfrid Laurier University charges its faculty, staff and students one of the lowest rate's for a parking permit.
I incurred a violation. What do I do?
To pay the fine online go to www.wlu.ca/parking. Payments can be made, in person, at the Parking Office by cash or cheque only. Please make cheques payable to “Wilfrid Laurier University”. If you feel that your situation warrants an appeal, you can submit an appeal form online. The appeal must be filed within (14) days of receipt of the ticket. To avoid receiving future violations, you are more than welcome to contact the Parking & Transportation Resources Office at ext. 3032 (8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m., Monday-Friday) to discuss the rules and regulations for parking vehicles on campus.
I will have a car on campus for a few days, where can I park?
Contact Parking Services (x3032) and ask about a temporary parking pass if you will require parking overnight. Otherwise, during the day, you may park at the meters $3.00/hour or the Pay & Display lots (#10, #4 or #20) for $3.00/hour or $9.00/day flat rate.
Absolutely not! At Laurier, we do not allow individuals to share their permits or photocopy them to share. Visitors can easily access meters for $3.00/hour or Pay and Display lots (10, 20 and 4) for $3.00/hour, $9.00/day flat rate. To facilitate carpooling, a permit may be shared among a maximum of four (4) vehicles registered to that permit. However, only one (1) registered vehicle is allowed on campus at a time and must have the parking permit displayed. Only one (1) permit will be issued (to the person who has submitted an application), and this permit holder will be held responsible for all violations incurred to vehicles registered to that permit, regardless of the actual driver.
My permit has been lost/stolen. What do I do?
If your permit is lost or stolen, please contact Sue Dawson at ext. 3697 OR the Parking Office immediately to alert us of the situation. The Parking Office or Service Laurier, upon receiving payment of the $35.00 replacement fee, can then issue you a new permit, the old permit will then be made inactive. If you wish to Cease your parking deductions and you have lost your permit you would need to pay the $35.00 fee before we can process this request.
I have safety concerns when walking back to my vehicle at night. What should I do?
Cameras have been installed in numerous locations around campus and are monitored by Special Constable Services. There are also emergency poles, connecting you directly to Special Constable Services located in various parking lots and areas on campus.
There is no charge for campus parking on weekends, but please note that free weekend parking is NOT permitted in Pay & Display lots 4, 20 & 10, at meters, in any Reserved spaces or lots 12, 15, 18, 19A, 21, 30, 31, 35, 36 and 38. All meters and Pay & Display lots continue to be monitored throughout the year.
We have a bus coming to campus, where can they pick-up or drop-off?
In the instance that you or your organization will be having a bus come to campus we ask that you call or email the Parking office. We will ask when the bus is coming and provide you with details on the safest place for the bus to pick-up and or drop-off students.