Brock announces flexible parking options for Fall Term

With far fewer people needing to be on campus for the Fall Term due to Brock University’s COVID-19 measures, Parking Services is now offering a flexible suite of parking options.

In addition to the traditional permit and daily parking options on campus, Parking Services is introducing new weekly, monthly and bulk buy options to meet the reduced parking demands on campus this fall.

Parking remains free in Zone 1, Lot E and visitor parking Lot D this summer, with enforcement of permitted and paid parking lots resuming Tuesday, Sept. 1.

Zone 2 will remain closed this fall due to the construction of Canada Games Park, but permit prices for Zone 1 have been reduced.

Parking permits will be available online only starting Tuesday, July 28 through a self-service customer model on the Parking Services website. Upgrades to the online parking system have been implemented to improve the customer service experience.

Zone 1 permits will initially be sold for the Fall Term only, with Winter Term permits going on sale in November once an announcement has been made regarding the academic plan for the Term.

In addition to full-term permits, Parking Services is adding weekly and monthly options, as well as a multi-day bulk buy package where customers get five single-day passes to be used as they need them within 60 days of purchase. These new options will all be facilitated through the HONK mobile app for contactless, convenient customer service.

Details of a mid-August distribution will be released in the coming weeks.

For customers looking for daily paid parking options, paid parking on campus will be in Lot D and Zone 3 (formerly Lot S). All paid parking on campus will be cashless — either through the paid parking machines or the HONK parking app.

For more information, including 2020-21 parking rates and FAQs, visit Parking Services website. Questions can be directed to

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