Resident ePermit & Privileges

All students who will be living on campus and require on campus parking for their vehicle a Resident ePermit is required. You will need to enter your vehicle license plate(s) and the make of your vehicle(s) when requesting your ePermit. There are an allocated number of stalls assigned for students who are living on campus that require parking privileges for their vehicle.

Once it is confirmed that you have made the deposit for your accommodations, you may log-in to UR Parking Account and purchase a Resident ePermit for:

  • Spring & Summer Term (May 1 - August 31)
  • Fall Term (September 1 - December 31)
  • Winter Term (January 1 - April 30)
  • Fall & Winter Terms (September 1 - April 30)

If you are going to live in residence but are not a University of Regina student, please contact us to request a log in to purchase an ePermit.

Where to Park

You can park in the lot and area you've been assigned on campus.
Please reference the Resident Parking Map for location details.

Resident plug-in:
  • Lot 13 Resident  
  • Lot 1 Resident

These stalls are reserved at all times exclusively for Resident ePermit privilege holders.
You can also park in any M and Z area lots on weekdays between the hours of 5:00pm to 8:00am, as well as weekends and statutory holidays. Weekdays during the hours of 8:00am to 5:00pm you must be parked in the area assigned to your Resident ePermit.  If you are loading or unloading your vehicle you may park with valid Resident ePermit in the Time Zone closest to your residence entrance for a maximum of 30 minutes of complimentary parking.
**Lot 1 Resident ePermit holders may utilize Lot 16 and 17 for a maximum of 30 minutes in the event the time zones are occupied.
**Lot 13 Resident ePermit holders may utilize Lot 13 M Area for a maximum of 30 minutes in the event the time zones are occupied.

If you are found parking in these lots outside of these times, Parking & Transportation Services will:
1. Issue you a parking citation.
2. Your vehicle may be towed to the resident parking lot your ePermit has been assigned to.
3. Issue you a bill for the towing fee and administration fee.

If you are a resident and require parking at Saskatchewan Polytechnic you will need to purchase an additional ePermit for their campus.  Please contact us for further information.  

Canceling Your Permit

If you no longer live on campus, you will have to cancel your Resident ePermit and purchase a new ePermit if looking to continue driving to campus. Please contact us for further details on cancellations.

Purchase your parking ePermit online today!
Login to UR Parking Account to purchase your ePermit for the semester