Parking facilities are limited. The availability of space cannot be guaranteed. Travelling to and from Renison University College (Renison) on foot, by public transportation and in carpools is encouraged.
Parking at Renison comprises two lots with mixed access of parking passes for Renison faculty, staff, residents, and off-campus students based on availability, and pay-as-you exit for guests. Accessible parking is available by arrangement in the Upper Lot for a fee; in addition, two accessible spots are designated at the north entrance on a first-come-first-serve basis. Two fifteen minute drop off spots are also available at the north entrance.
Ministry of Transportation accessible permits must be displayed at all times.
The daily parking fee is $7.00/day, payable upon exit. Overnight parking is not permitted without prior approval. Please see the information below for more details.
Payment is available by credit/debit at the exit gate. Cash payment is not accepted.
All laneways are otherwise designated as fire access and strictly enforced by University of Waterloo Police. If you have been ticketed or towed, contact University of Waterloo Police.
For the protection of Renison students, faculty, and staff, no parking is allowed anytime, anywhere on campus without a valid pass except in designated lots, designated accessible spaces or designated drop off spaces. Vehicles may park only in areas that correspond to their respective parking pass. Special parking arrangements for activities or large groups may be scheduled with firstname.lastname@example.org.
With the exception of Renison residents, overnight parking within the parking lots is not normally permitted. Individuals who require overnight parking must contact email@example.com.
Overnight parking is defined as the time between 11:00 pm and 7:00 am.
For parking questions/inquires, contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
Hours: Monday-Friday, 8:30 am to 4:00 pm
Planning a special event or meeting? Remember parking!
1. Parking lot management is at the purview of Renison. Renison is private property. Renison reserves the right to regulate and manage vehicular traffic on campus.
2. Renison assumes no responsibility for any damage to a motor vehicle or any loss of the vehicle or its contents while it is driven or parked on campus.
3. Parking Services at the University of Waterloo provides monitoring and enforcement services to Renison parking lots for consistency in parking management across the entire campus. Enforcement includes 24 hour, 7 days a week monitoring.
4. Tickets, fines, and subsequent appeals by an employee or visitor at Renison are managed by University of Waterloo Parking Services. Renison does not have a role in the adjudication process of parking infractions or disputes.
5. All faculty, staff and students are responsible for being aware of the regulations pertaining to vehicles at Renison such as pass suspension, vehicular removal, condition, and operation according to the campus wide regulations enforced by University of Waterloo Parking Services. Waterloo endeavours to keep a current copy of the parking regulations available on their website.
6. All roadways on the Renison and Waterloo campus are considered fire routes and are strictly enforced according to City of Waterloo By-Law 78-34(6).
7. Every person who, through operation of a vehicle on campus, causes damage to Renison property shall be responsible for payment of all costs to repair or replacement. The operator of the vehicle must immediately report to a University of Waterloo Police Officer any such damage. Ultimate liability for damages rests with the vehicle owner, regardless of who was operating the vehicle at the time of damage.
8. Overnight parking within Renison parking lots is provided for residents. Non-resident individuals who require overnight parking must email email@example.com prior to parking.
9. All service and contractor vehicle parking and access will be managed by Manager of Facilities: firstname.lastname@example.org. Service vehicles are not exempt from rules governing restricted parking areas or fire routes.
Parking Pass Issuance
1. Eligibility: Generally, parking passes are available for Renison's ongoing employees as well as those in definite term contracts of 4 months or longer in duration, as well as Renison residents. A limited number of passes may also be made available for off-campus students.
2. Obtaining a parking pass: All individuals who require a parking pass for the Renison lot must complete the online parking application form. Employees shall pay for applicable parking fees through payroll deduction, Students must pay applicable parking fees through Shopify. Completing the application form does not guarantee that a parking pass will be issued. Renison Parking will be in touch with further details after an application has been submitted.
3. Only one parking pass will be issued to each permit holder. The pass will be used for parking of only one registered vehicle at any one time.
4. No vehicle shall be parked on campus other than in a prescribed parking lot.
Visitor Parking & Accessible Parking
1. Visitor parking is available in the Renison lot based on availability.
2. Accessible Parking: The visitor parking area includes the availability of limited designated barrier free parking spots. Designated barrier-free parking spaces are for the use of individuals with a valid, official Accessible Parking Permit issued by a Canadian province or American state, or for those individuals who have coordinated temporary accessible parking through the Waterloo’s AccessAbility Office and Renison Parking.
Renison parking is reserved for pass holders and a limited amount of visitors from Monday to Friday. If you are hosting an event on campus and wish to inquire about event parking accommodation options, please contact email@example.com well before your event.