- How to Purchase a Parking Permit
- Payroll Deductions
- Lost or Stolen Permits
- Permit Refunds
- Reserved and Garage Wait Lists
Parking permits are available to all community members on a first come, first served basis. Parking Services encourages early purchases for the availability of space and to avoid line ups.
Please Note: Garages and Reserved Parking Lots are not available unless you are renewing the same permit that expired at the end of the 2018 Winter term. If you would like to place your name on the waiting list, e-mail email@example.com with your name, address, phone number and lot choice.
There are a limited number of Reserved & Garage spaces that can be purchased by community members for the summer months only but are not renewable for the academic year. For availability please contact Parking Services. Monthly Summer Reserved/Garage permits are not available to purchase on-line.
Most permit parking lots are gated and provide a guaranteed space within the lot. The following categories of permit lots are available based on location and rates. Find parking permit rates here.
Please use the University Interactive map to assist you with making your lot choice.
Rideau Rd Lot - Lot 69
York Blvd Lot - Lot 70
Albany Rd Lot - Lot 67
Founders Rd E Lot - Lot 66
Founders Rd W Lot - Lot 65
Passy Cres Lot - Lot 91
Pond Rd Lot - Lot 86
Physical Resources Lot - Lot 68
Chimmneystack Rd Lot - Lot 97
Haynes Ave. - Lot 88
Lumbers Lot - Lot 73
Nelson Rd Lot - Lot 82
WOB Lot - Lot 78
Arboretum Lane Parking Garage - Lot 80
Student Services Parking Garage - Lot 84
York Lanes Parking Garage - Lot 72
Purchasing a Permit
Parking rates are listed by category on the application form below. All Parking rates are subject to applicable taxes.
- Applicants must provide a copy of the valid vehicle ownership (front & back) for each vehicle being registered to an account.
- If the registered owner of the vehicle(s) is different from the driver, the registered owner MUST also sign the Parking Permit Application Form.
- Registered owners and/or registered drivers will be sent notification of outstanding citations and will have 30 days to respond. If they do not respond, the registered vehicle may be subject to relocation and suspension of parking privileges. Outstanding fees related to citations/service charges issued to a student will be referred to Student Accounts.
- All persons using University parking facilities will be subject to the parameters set out in the applicable University Policies & Procedures, the Student Code of Conduct and the Parking & Traffic Regulations at York University.
Parking permits cannot be issued to persons or vehicles with outstanding citations on their Parking account. For information about outstanding citations please call (416) 736-5705 for the Keele campus and (416) 487-6788 for the Glendon campus and ask to speak with a Violations Officer.
Acceptable payment methods available to purchase your permit in person are: Cash, Cheque, Money Order, Debit, Visa, Mastercard & AMEX. All applications can be processed by mail or fax. To apply by mail or fax, send your completed application, a photocopy of valid vehicle ownership (front & back) for all vehicles registered to parking permit and a Cheque, Money Order or credit card information to:
Parking and Transportation Services
Room 222, William Small Centre,
4700 Keele Street,
Fax Number: (416) 736-5874
2275 Bayview Avenue,
Fax Number: (416) 487-6806
Payroll Deduction is a payment option that is available to all full-time permanent Staff or Faculty members. All applicants for Continuous Permits must complete an application form, and provide a valid vehicle ownership for all vehicles registered. Along with the application form, a Payroll Deduction Authorization form must already be completed and signed. If you do not have payroll deduction in effect, these forms are available at Parking Services.
To cancel your Continuous Permit, the permit MUST be returned to Parking Services by the third (3rd) business day of the month.
All Continuous Permit Holders are required to inform Parking Services of any changes in the information provided in their original application. Permit Holders are required to provide supporting documents of such changes.
Lost and/or stolen permits/access cards must be reported immediately to Parking and Transportation Services, Rm. 222 William Small Centre. If your permit is stolen, it must be reported to Security Services first to allow for an investigation. For further information regarding the replacement of a missing permit, please contact Parking Services at 416-736-5335 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. Replacement fee will apply.
Permit refund requests must be made directly to Parking Services. To obtain a refund for pre-paid, unused parking fees, your permit must be returned to Parking Services by the third business day of the current month. There is no need to return your gate access card or transponder as it can be programmed for future use. All permit refunds are subject to a $15 administrative fee. Certain conditions apply to all refunds.
Privacy: Personal information in connection with this form is collected under the authority of The York University Act, 1965 and will be used for the administration of parking services and other related or consistent purposes. If you have any questions about the collection, use or disclosure of personal information by York University, please contact: Manager, Administration – Parking & Transportation Services, Room 222 William Small Centre, (416)-736-5335.