Parking and Transportation Services

Notifications

NEW - Lot 1 Green Area - Parking at a Discounted Rate!

In response to provide a "lower cost" option for students and to remove the need to "drive around", Parking and Transportation Services has created a discounted permit valid for a particular area in lot 1M - the Green Zone.  The area will be the most southerly rows in Lot 1 (watch for signs).  After 3:30 pm (Monday to Friday) and on weekends/holidays you may park in any M or Z area with your Lot 1 Green permit, enabling you to park closer to buildings for the evening and weekend hours.

Effective August 1st, public parking in Lot 2 is temporarily open. The next planned construction is expected to start August 21st. 

Public parking during these upgrades can be found at this link. Meters are $2.00 per hour (cash only) and are in effect from 8:00am to 10:00pm Monday to Friday.  Parkades are available from 6:00am to 11:00pm daily.

    

Commuter M (no plug-in) permits for the Summer & Fall/Winter semesters are now available.  Please follow this link to apply for a parking permit.  If you are interested in "Z" (plug-in) parking please add your name to the waitlist at this link.

   

Office hours from May to August are 7:45am to 4:15pm. (Closed Thursdays 2:00pm - 3:30pm)

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Parking at the University

All parking on campus is paid parking. Revenue generated from “user pay” fees provides the funding for parking operations, infrastructure construction & maintenance and related parking infrastructure expenses.

Several parking options are available to you, depending who you are and what your parking needs are.  Choose one of the options below to find out your parking options and if you need a parking permit from Parking and Transportation Services (P&TS):

  1. Campus resident student (student living on campus)  February 1, 2017 applications accepted for resident permits spring/summer 2017, Fall 2017, and Fall 2017/Winter 2018.
  2. Commuter student (student driving to campus).
  3. Faculty and staff at the University of Regina, Luther College, Campion College, First Nations University (working more than 20 hours/week)
  4. Visitor  (non-university community visiting campus)

Note:  Parking on campus is limited and will sell out; permits are sold on a first come/first serve basis so check the sale dates and apply early.