Faculty & Staff

 

Changing your vehicle on your account:

**NEW** Starting July 1st, 2020, Faculty/ Staff permit holders have the option to manage their vehicles on their account through the online permit portal. Since no physical permit will be issued and only one (1) vehicle will be registered and active on each account, it is imperative that your vehicle information is accurate. Any inaccuracies can result in a PVN (ticket) being issued. For instructions on how to manage your vehicles on your account through the online permit portal, please click on the link below.

 

UPDATE JULY 1, 2020

The annual parking renewals window has closed. If you had a permit that expired June 30th, you can no longer renew it. It has expired and automatically cancelled. If you were being deducted via payroll, deductions have ceased. There are 2 options for faculty & staff to purchase parking. Option 1 is the purchase of an available annual parking permit, and, option 2, is the purchase of a monthly or weekly permit.

For Faculty/ Staff who require annual parking:

Annual (July, 2020 to June 30, 2021) permits are available on a first come first serve basis. Not all locations are available on-line. If you need a specific location that is not listed on-line, contact Transportation Services for availability. Payment options are monthly payroll deduction or annual amount credit card charge. If your department is paying for your permit, please contact Transportation Service’s to make the necessary arrangements.

Permits will only be allowed to have one active license plate. However, you will have access to your account to switch plates a maximum once (1) per day (when changing plates, it must be done in advance of your arrival on campus). It will be the permit holder’s responsibility to ensure the plate registered to their account matches the vehicle they are parking on campus. Any incorrect submissions may result in enforcement action.

To purchase an annual parking permit, see below.

 

For staff who require temporary parking:

A limited number of Temporary monthly or weekly permits are available via the link below. The only method of payment available for this type of permit is credit card payment. Permits will only be allowed to have one active license plate. It will be the permit holder’s responsibility to ensure the plate registered to their account matches the vehicle they are parking on campus. Any incorrect submissions may result in enforcement action. If changes are required, contact Transportation Services immediately. These types of permits are only available to full-time appointed faculty and staff. Proof of status may be required.

Temporary parking permits are available for reserved spaces. Please contact Transportation Services at transportation.utoronto.ca to inquiry.

To purchase a Temporary parking permit, click on the link below.

 

Regarding Refunds for Permits expired June 30, 2020

Refunds will be processed once all on-campus activities resume. At that point, we will communicate more specific instructions on how we will proceed.

 

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Faculty & Staff Permit Rates 2020-2021

All Faculty & Staff permits are annual permits that are valid as of July 1, 2020 to June 30, 2021, inclusive. Rates include HST

 

No. on Map Location Lot Availability
Per Month 2020/21 Annual 2020/21
 Various  Unreserved (No longer offered)  Not Available $145.00 $1,740.00
Lot Reserved
3 Lot I – 71 Prince Arthur Ave. (O.I.S.E.) (Garage height 6′) Available $160.00 $1,920.00
4 Lot M – 2 Bedford Rd. Email for availability $205.00 $2,460.00
5 Lot P – 107 St. George St. (Garage height 6’4″) Email for availability $185.00 $2,220.00
7 Lot N – 17 Glen Morris St. (Graduate Residence) (height 7′) Available $160.00 $1,920.00
10 Lot U – Hart House (East Side) Email for availability $195.00 $2,340.00
11 & 12 Lot R – King’s College Circle & Hart House Circle Available $250.00 $3,000.00
14 Lot C – 213 Huron St. (B.C.I.T.) (Garage height 6’8″) Available $205.00 $2,460.00
15 Lot A – 55 St. George St. (C.E.I.E.) Available $320.00 $3,840.00
18 Lot K – 112 College St. (No longer available) Not Available N/A N/A
20 Lot L – 88 College St. (Best Building) (No longer available) Not Available N/A N/A
23 Lot O – 6 Kings College Rd. Available $265.00 $3,180.00
13 Lot B (McLennan Physics)(Underground) Available 205.00 $2,460.00
Reserved
6 78 Queen’s Park Cres. Email for availability $245.00 $2,940.00
9 Tower Rd. Email for availability $265.00 $3,180.00
11 Kings College Circle (Triangle) Email for availability $265.00 $3,180.00
13 Physics – Reserved Not Available $255.00 $3060.00
17 256 McCaul St. Email for availability $265.00 – $320.00 $3,180.00 – $3,840.00
21 124 Edward St. (Dentistry) (Surface Lot) Email for availability $225.00 $2,700.00
21 124 Edward St. (Dentistry) (Underground – Full time Dentistry staff/faculty only) Email for availability $245.00 $2,940.00
22 155 College St. (Surface) Email for availability $265.00 $3,180.00
22 155 College St. (Garage) Email for availability $290.00 $3,480.00
Galbraith Rd. Email for availability $265.00 – $320.00 $3,180.00 – $3,840.00
200 College St. Email for availability $265.00 $3,180.00
2 158 St. George St (School of Continuing Studies) & various other reserves not specified above Waiting List $245.00 – $320.00 $2,940.00 – $3,840.00

 


Eligibility and Forms

Applicants must prove that they are eligible for parking permits. Transportation Services reserves the right to deny a permit in cases where it is assessed that an applicant does not meet required criteria.

St. George campus staff parking permits are currently issued only to University of Toronto regular, appointed faculty, librarians and administrative staff.

Permits are available for purchase on-line only. Applicants must have valid UTORID credentials in order to purchase.  Only one permit can be issued to each permit holder. Parking permits are normally effective for 12 months: from July 1 to June 30 of the following year.

There are two types of staff permits – reserved and lot reserved. Reserved permit holders have the exclusive use of a designated space during normal working hours. For customers who move regularly on and off campus during the working hours, this is the most appropriate permit. Lot reserved permit holders park in a specific area, or lot, during normal working hours, but not in a specific space on the lot. However, lot reserved permit holders who must frequently move on and off campus during the day might occasionally find space unavailable.

For further information please refer to the Parking Regulations 2020-2021

Staff & Faculty Application 2020/21

Staff & Faculty Cancellation Form – Fillable

 

**NEW** Starting July 1st, 2020, only one (1) vehicle will be registered and active on your account. Since no physical permit will be issued, it is imperative that your vehicle information is accurate.  Any inaccuracies can result in a PVN (ticket) being issued. For instructions on how to manage your vehicles on your account, please click here.


Faculty & Staff Parking Permit Purchase

Please note:

If you select payroll deductions,  the monthly permit rate will be deducted from your pay until you cancel you permit.

If you to purchase via a credit card, the lump sum amount will be charged.

Permit holders who have their parking paid by their departments, please contact Transportation Services.

 

The following requirements must be met in order to purchase online:

Getting Started

  • Permit holders will require a valid UTORid in order to access the on-line purcahse. If you do not have a UTOR ID please contact INFORMATION COMMONS HELP DESK.
  • If you wish to change your payment method, please email transportation@utoronto.ca.
  • Those paying by credit card must pay the full annual amount at the time of the online purchase. Payment on-line is by Visa, MasterCard, and American Express, or Payroll Deductions (if qualified).
  • After completing your purchase, you should be directed to a screen listing your receipt number, transaction date and method of payment, to print for your records. If you are not sent to this screen, which confirms your purchase has been successfully made please email transportation@utoronto.ca.
  • Your permit is activated the moment you successfully complete the renewal process.

If you are unable to log in to the online portal, please contact Transportation Services

IMPORTANT! YOU MUST READ THE FOLLOWING BEFORE PURCHASING

The terms and conditions outlined below are irrevocable once the renewal process is complete.

By completing the purchase process, thereby purchasing your permit for the 2020/2021 permit year, you acknowledge and agree to the following:

  1. That you are to abide by, and are beholden to, the rules and regulations governing parking and the use of parking permits set forth by Transportation Services in their Parking Regulations. A copy is available on-line (PDF format).
  2. Only one license plate can be registered, and active, in your account at any given time. You have the option to change your registered license plate once (1) every day in your account. It is the permit holder’s sole responsibility to ensure the license plate of the vehicle they are parking on campus is registered in their account (changes must be made in advance of parking on campus). Failure to do so can result in a Parking Violation Notice (also known as ticket) being issued. Please click here for instructions on how to delete and add vehicles to your account.
  3. All vehicle information, license plate numbers and university department addresses (including phone number and email address) registered in your account are accurate and valid. Any incorrect, or misleading, information will invalidate your account and, at the discretion of Transportation Services, may result in parking privileges being revoked.
  4. Permit rates have changed for the 2020/2021 fiscal year. Please make sure you have made note of this new rate before completing the purchase process. These rates are binding and non-negotiable.
  5. Your permit is not valid at UTM and UTSC parking lots. Please contact the parking office for UTM or UTSC for payment options to park on their respective campuses.

 

To purchase an annual parking permit, click on the link below.

 


Cancellation Policy

Permit holders may submit a cancellation request (via email and attaching a scan of the Transportation Services cancellation form) for their permit at any time. Cancellation requests must be received by the Transportation Services office on or before the 1st of the month (or the last business day of the month if the 1st falls on a weekend or statutory holiday), so there will be no charge for that same month. Once the permit is expired in our database, parking on University property will require payment at a Pay & Display machine or use of the pay-by-phone app, Whoosh. There is no area, time or circumstances that allow for free parking on campus. Proof of purchase must always be verifiable by Parking Control Officers. Failure to do so will result in a Parking Violation Notice (also known as a ticket) being issued to such unauthorized vehicles.

A telephone call or email to the Transportation Services office, signaling your intent to cancel your permit, is not sufficient to effect a cancellation. Payroll deductions will not be stopped, or refunds of prepayments authorized, until a Transportation Services cancellation form has been sent to transportation@utoronto.ca or a staff member employed within the department.

A permit must be cancelled when university employment is terminated. A break in service extending beyond one month (other than for an approved leave-of-absence) is considered to be a termination. Permits cannot be cancelled for a period of less than two months.

Staff & Faculty Cancellation Form