Park on campus

Find parking all across campus with daily, monthly and annual payment options online or in person.

Park on campus

Find parking all across campus with daily, monthly and annual payment options online or in person

Recent Updates

Updated February 25, 2022

The Parking Office is now open for in-person business


Visit the Frequently Asked Questions to answer any questions you may have. If you need further assistance, email parking@ualberta.ca

For emergencies, call dispatch at 780-492-5533 or 24-UPARK.

Parking Permits

Parking Permits for Winter 2022

Manage your permit

Access your Parking Account to manage appeals, citation payments and permit cancellations.

  • Appeals will be adjudicated with a response within 60 days
  • Student ID encumbrances are released within an hour of paying citations online
  • Permit cancellation in your Parking Account:
    1. Log in to your account (top right)
    2. Under Permits (top left) and select View Your Permits
    3. Choose your permit(s) and confirm your selection
    4. Provide an explanation for your cancellation and confirm

Parking Services provides a full range of parking and transportation-related services on all University of Alberta campuses.

We serve faculty and staff, students and visitors in their day-to-day parking needs, as well as during special events. A portion of parking revenues directly fund the university's sustainable transportation initiatives.

Recent Notices

  • Update: Employee Transit Pass program

    November 18, 2021

    In partnership with the City of Edmonton, the university is temporarily introducing a new Employee Transit Pass to replace the Staff LRT Program and allow staff to travel on the LRT for university business.

  • Recent theft of catalytic converters

    July 23, 2021

    There have been recent incidents of thefts of catalytic converters in the Edmonton area. If you see suspicious activity in a parking lot, contact UAPS.

  • Read more

Parking citations

Parking Services uses license plate recognition technology to enforce parking and the camera systems track non-payment of parking fees. Vehicles that do not pay within the allotted time limit may be issued a citation in the mail instead of on their vehicle. Mailed citations may arrive several days after the infraction.