Social Work Student Permit Info
The deadline has passed to apply for a Social Work Parking Permit, we are no longer accepting applications. If you require parking you will need to check with the City of Kitchener for parking options.
City of Kitchener Parking
The deadline to apply is August 10th, 2015 at 4:00 p.m. Successful applicants will be contacted via email in mid-late August with further details. Permits are issued on a first come, first served basis.
Social Work students will be required to park in the new parking garage at the corner of Charles St. and Benton St. and walk to campus. The walk is approximately 10 minutes. As a result, students will also be given an access card to enter the parking garage.
8 month permit -- $301.76
10 month permit --$377.19
*The Parking office in unable to extend your parking permit so please ensure you purchase the required length of time needed.
Permits will be available for pick up beginning September 1, 2015 at 8:30 a.m. from the Parking and Transportation Resources office located at 202 Regina, 2nd Floor in Waterloo. Permits must be picked up by Sept. 11th, 2015.
Method of payment is CASH, CHEQUE or Debit only.
Where Can I Park?
In addition to the parking garage at Charles St and Benton St., with a valid permit, social work students may park in lots designated as WHITE parking lots on the Waterloo campus [Lots 3A, 9, 36 (until 6 p.m. only) and 37 Northadale ]. Please refer to a campus map for these locations. Permit parking is enforced in these lots from 8:00 a.m. - 4:30 p.m., Monday-Friday (please verify with signs posted in these lots). FREE parking is offered after 4:30 p.m. in all WHITE permit lots for both students and visitors to the Waterloo campus (no overnight parking). Failure to utilize the lots listed above may result in a ticket and/or tow.
Parking in staff/faculty lots, residence lots, in Pay & Display, meters, accessible spaces, service vehicle spaces and reserved spaces will not be tolerated and violators will be ticketed and/or towed. Parking on roadways, in fire routes and “no parking” areas are subject to an immediate tow.
Violations and Payment Options
Students who are issued a parking violation are responsible for forwarding payment or initiating the appeal process. Failure to pay your parking ticket(s) may result in further ticketing and/or tow of your vehicle from university property at your expense. Any un-paid parking violations may also lead to a hold on your student account.
Please click here to view our chart of possible violations and how to pay a parking ticket.
Lost/Stolen Permits; If you lose your permit or have it stolen, please contact us immediately at email@example.com or 519-884-0710 ext. 3032. To obtain a new permit, you will be required to pay a charge of $35.00 and your old permit will be made inactive, there is an additional charge for the replacement of a lost or stolen transponder.