Parking and Transportation
Construction-related closures in effect for winter 2018.
- University Drive East from Summit entrance north to Lot A4 entrance
- Summit entrance
- College Drive between Lot C and Lot L2 closed Feb. 5, re-opening in four to six weeks
- Part of Parking Lot E
- Northwest corner of Parking Lot A4 and lot entrance — enter via Lot A1
- Parts of Lot L1 and L2 — temporary lot entrances and pedestrian routes in place
- Feb. 2–6 only: part of Lot A3
- Map and more information
Premium and gated premium — winter permits
Fall semester permits expire Dec. 31. Follow these five steps to purchase a winter 2018 premium or gated preimum permit from Impark
Reserved (annual only)
Application for annual reserved stall parking permits is closed for 2017/18.
General and economy — winter permits
Daily, weekly and winter 2018 semester permits are available for first-come, first-served parking in general and economy lots. Staff, please note you must be on the TRU network to use the semester or annual parking application system.
Parking Office location
In the Bookstore in the Campus Activity Centre.
Parking Office contact
firstname.lastname@example.org or 250-828-5368.
8 a.m. to 5 p.m. | Monday to Friday
Except for: statutory holidays (reading break and exam dates are not considered holidays), or days that TRU is officially closed.
Vehicles not complying with regulations are subject to a ticket and/or towing without warning at the owner's risk and expense.
To help prevent theft from vehicles, please ensure that valuables are not left in vehicles or are locked in the trunk. Even better, leave valuables at home.
No person shall occupy a parked vehicle on campus overnight, regardless of valid parking permit. Overnight parking is only allowed in Lot N and Lot M, unless otherwise approved by the Parking Office.
No refunds or cancellations.
Any difficulty encountered with ticket dispensing machines should be reported immediately to the Parking Office: email@example.com or 250-828-5368
Any motor vehicle parked, operated, or driven on campus shall be solely at the risk of the owner and the operator. Thompson Rivers University shall not be liable for any damage occasioned to any motor vehicle, the operator, other occupants thereof, or any person, unless such damage has resulted from negligence of the servant or agent of the University acting in the course and within the scope of his employment.