If you are having any troubles in the parking lots during the first snowfall of the season, please contact us at 613.727.4723 x7187. We are here to help!
During the winter, overnight parking is not permitted in permit areas except in the Residence and Visitors lots.
Vehicles left in the parking lot interfere with snow removal.
Please contact the Parking Office at 613.727.4723 x7187 or firstname.lastname@example.org to make arrangements to leave your vehicle overnight.
Corporate VRTUCAR Plan now available!
Parking services has negotiated a corporate plan for Algonquin College employees using the service at the Woodroffe Campus location. For full details, see our Sustainable Options page.
2013-2014 Parking Permit Availability
Parking permits are sold on a first-come, first served basis to all users of the facilities. In the event that permits sell out, a waitlist will be created and updated daily.
Currently, we have limited permits available in both red and green sections.
Payroll deduction for staff will be available through out Parking Management Software or in person in room C044a.
Permits for the satellite campuses are available from the administrative offices at each location during the same time frames noted above.
Pay by Text
You can now pay by text at parking lots at Woodroffe campus in two easy steps: Register online at iparked.ca. Then park and pay using your mobile phone. You will get a text prior to your parking expiration, and can add more money to extend your time from wherever you are. It’s that easy! *The cost is $0.50 per parking interaction.
Actions to reduce air pollution and its impacts
Many actions taken by the College have helped reduce the burning of fossil fuels, which in turn reduces air pollution load. For example, bringing more riders to our public transit system by having OC Transpo route going through campus, or encouraging more trips by foot or bicycle reduces emissions from car travel.
Anti-idling Campaign and By-law
Idling cars and trucks contaminate the air. Ottawa has adopted a new Idling Control By-law that came into effect in September 2007. This effort is supported by a public education campaign. The by-law limits idling to three minutes when the outside temperature is between 5° C and 27°C.
Idling gets you nowhere!
Any inquiries can be directed to Parking Services:
in-person: Building C, room C044a
by email: email@example.com
by phone: (613)727-4723 ext. 7187