Designation of Parking Lots and Areas

PART IV

Parking is permitted only in designated parking locations. Upon issuance of a vehicle parking permit, the operator will be given a parking regulation booklet that contains a Parking Site Map indicating the locations where the vehicle is permitted to be parked during the hours 8:00a.m. to 4:00p.m. Monday to Friday, unless otherwise specified in these regulations. Vehicles may park only in the designated parking locations during this time period in accordance with these regulations. The restriction to designated parking areas does not apply to evenings and weekends, unless specifically indicated in these regulations.

As indicated in the parking regulation booklet and the UNB Parking Site Map the designated parking locations are as follows:

a) General Parking - Lots and areas designated on the parking site map for the use of staff/faculty, students, resident students and any others who wish to utilize these specific lots. Vehicles parked in these lots and areas must display a valid UNB parking permit and be registered with the Security and Traffic Department.

b) Resident Student Parking - Lots designated on the parking lot site map for the exclusive use of resident students at any time (24 hours per day). Vehicles parked in these lots must display a valid resident student parking permit.

c) Student Parking - Lots and areas designated on the parking site map for the exclusive use of students. Vehicles parked in these lots and areas must display a valid student parking permit.

d) Staff/Faculty Parking - Lots and areas designated on the parking lot site map for the exclusive use of faculty and staff. Vehicles parked in these lots and areas must display a valid staff/faculty parking permit.

e) Visitor Parking - Lots and areas designated on the parking site map for the vehicles of visitors requiring convenient short-time parking to conduct their business; regulatory signs are posted on-site.

f) Service Parking - Spaces reserved for the exclusive use of the vehicle registrant whose vehicle displays a valid service parking permit and is so parked while performing a maintenance service.

g) Accessible Parking Locations designated on the parking site map for the exclusive use of those in need of such parking and who display on their vehicle the appropriate accessible parking symbol. This is enforced 24/7.

h) STORK Parking will be provided upon request, and with a medical report from a doctor indicating need for STORK parking. The request is to be made to the Campus Security & Traffic Department, who will provide the appropriate STORK parking symbol to display on the vehicle.

i) Assigned Parking Privileges - The Director of Security and Traffic, upon request from an individual who qualifies for Accessible or STORK parking accompanied by a report from a doctor or the UNB Accessibility Centre indicating the need for special parking, at his or her sole discretion may assign a specific parking spot for the exclusive use of that individual for a designated period of time, and authorize appropriate signs to be displayed.

j) Reserved Parking - The Director of Security and Traffic, at his or her sole discretion, may reserve any parking spot for a specific purpose, but not a specific individual other than in i) above, for a limited period of time and may authorize appropriate signs to be displayed indicating that the parking spot is so reserved.