Visitor Parking Options
Wilfrid Laurier University now accepts payment via HonkMobile in any of our Pay and Display lots or Metre spaces. HonkMobile is an app that is downloaded on your IOS or Android smartphone. With HonkMobile there is no need to go to a machine to pay with coin. Just select the length of time you want to park, tap Pay Now and your credit card is automatically billed and a receipt is sent to you via email.
Park. Pay. Go.
For more information go to www.honkmobile.com
Pay and Display
Pay & Display parking is available, seven (7) days a week, in Lots 4, 20 & 10. Please refer to a campus map for these locations. The Pay & Display machine itself is located at the entrance to lot 20 as well as the entrance to lot 10. Pay & Display can be accessed for $3.00/hour (with a seven (7) minute time minimum) or a $9.00/day flat rate (from 7:00 a.m.-11:00 p.m.). The machine accepts quarters, one and two dollar coins, Visa and Mastercard. Overnight parking is prohibited in these areas between 11:00 p.m.-7:00 a.m. Violators will be ticketed and or towed. Please report malfunctioning equipment to the Parking & Transportation office (884-0710, ext. 3032). You will be able to purchase a replacement ticket there. Failure to do so may result in a ticket/tow.
Metered parking is available in Lots 2, 3A, 14, and 24. Please refer to a campus map for these locations. Meters can be accessed for $3.00/hour effective May 1, 2015 with a seven (7) minute time minimum and no maximum time limit. The machines accept quarters, one and two dollar coins. Overnight parking is not permitted; violators may be ticketed and or towed. Please report malfunctioning equipment to the Parking & Transportation Office (ext. 3032). You will be able to purchase replacement time there. Failure to do so could result in a ticket/tow.
There is no charge for campus parking on weekends, but please note that free weekend parking is not permitted in Lots 4, 20, 10, 7 (in orange spaces), 12, 15, 18, 19A, 21, 30, 31, 34, 36 and 38 (please refer to a campus map for these locations) nor in “Reserved” parking spaces at any time. Please note that no overnight weekend parking is permitted. Should students have to leave their vehicles in a White lot overnight on the weekend do to an emergency, they must inform Special Constables at ext. 3333 immediately.
Visitor Day Passes
If you are the guest of an academic or administrative department, ask your host about the availability of a Visitor Parking Pass. This day pass is for use in White or Gold lots, except paid parking, “Reserved” and Accessible Parking spaces within these areas. This pass must be displayed face up and clearly visible on vehicle dashboard, visitors not following the "Conditions of Use" may be subject to ticketing. Hosting departments may obtain these passes ahead of time for a nominal fee of $7.00 each, by completing a request through Shop Laurier, or from the Parking & Transportation Resources Office (202 Regina, R237). *If purchasing passes at our office (not paid via internal account) the cost is $9.00 ea. plus tax. Passes are sent via inter-office mail to the specified department. It is your responsibility to ensure your guests receive the permit before they arrive to campus.
Overnight Residence Guest Passes
Overnight guests visiting students in residence are required to purchase and display an Overnight Residence Guest Pass. These passes are available from the Parking & Transportation Resources Office located at 202 Regina Street North, 2nd Flr. (8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m., Monday-Friday).
These passes cost $9.20/night and are required Monday night through to Thursday night, from 4:30 p.m.-8:00 a.m. Vehicles must be moved by 8:00 a.m. the next morning (see Pay & Display & Meters above).Vehicles must be parked in lot #3A, closest to Willison Hall Residence (refer to a campus map for this location); please note that 24 spaces are available. Signs in this area indicate “Overnight Parking Area”. Permit must be displayed face up and clearly visible on vehicle dashboard. Absolutely NO parking is permitted in Gold, Red, Blue, Orange, Accessible Parking, or “Reserved” spaces at any time. Vehicles may be subject to ticketing and/or towing if not meeting proper requirements.
There is parking available on some city streets as per signage indicated. Please be advised that this is monitored by the City of Waterloo and there is a three hour maximum.