Parking on Campus

Free Parking in Zone 1 from May 1 – August 31 2021.

Parking facilities are limited and the availability of space cannot be guaranteed. Parking fees apply to all persons who park their vehicles, including casual visitors and long-term guests to campus. Parking regulation times and rates are posted on meters and at the entrance to parking lots

To find parking areas on campus please click the campus map below.

Hourly & Daily Parking Options on Campus

Hourly and daily parking payment options HONK mobile app or paid parking meters located in lots. Please note: Lot D kiosk will be closed for the beginning of Fall term.

Parking LotHourly Parking ($3.50/hour)Daily Parking ($12.00/day)
Lot Dxx
Lot Px
Lot Qx
Lot Exx
Flora Egerter Wayx
Lot EAx
Lot QVx

2021-22 Parking Permit Options

  • Zone 1 Fall/Winter
  • Zone 1 Fall
  • Zone 1 Winter
  • Zone 2 Fall/Winter
  • Zone 2 Fall
  • Zone 2 Winter
  • Zone 3 Fall/Winter
  • Zone 3 Fall
  • Zone 3 Winter
  • Lot QV Day
  • Lot QV (Residence Students Overnight)
  • Zone 3 (Residence Students Overnight)
  • Lot M (Residence Students Overnight)
  • Zone 1 Fall/Winter
  • Zone 1 Fall
  • Zone 1 Winter
  • Zone 2 Fall/Winter
  • Zone 2 Fall
  • Zone 2 Winter
  • Zone 3 Fall/Winter
  • Zone 3 Fall
  • Zone 3 Winter
  • Lot QV Day
  • Reserved A
  • Reserved B
  • Lot EA
  • Special Reserved

A limited number of special reserved lots are located around the campus. Individuals possessing a special reserved permit will be contacted by email to renew in July. Special reserved permits are reviewed and must be approved by appropriate Brock University administration. Individuals wishing to apply for a special reserved permit must email Parking Services.

Compare parking options with anticipated time on campus

Service Vehicle ParkingĀ 

Contractors, vendors, suppliers and service providers must make parking arrangements with your Brock contact prior to arriving.

Unmarked personal vehicles or company vehicles will require parking permits available through Parking Services. Placing a sign or business card on the dashboard of a vehicle does not permit service vehicle parking. Vehicles parked improperly with or without a permit will be subject to ticketing.

Parking is enforced seven days a week, 24 hours a day.