Retired McMaster University faculty and staff can apply for an on-campus retiree parking permit at no charge.
McMaster's automated parking system requires a transponder, which attaches to the car’s front window.
Conditions of parking
Free retiree parking is available in all gated lots except:
September to April each year:
May to August each year:
A valid MTO permit is required to obtain a McMaster Accessible permit. McMaster Accessible parking permit holders are allowed to park in most gated lots on campus. To apply for an MTO permit, please contact the Parking office by email at email@example.com or in person at ETC 102 (open Monday to Friday 9 am to 4 pm) and Campus Store (open 9 am to 5 pm Monday to Thursday and 9 am to 4 pm on Fridays)
Other Special Parking Programs
Retirees participating in the PACE program may be eligible to obtain a transponder through this program. This transponder would provide access to B, C, D and Underground Stadium. For additional information, please contact the PACE Office. Retirees attending the Sports Medicine clinic may be eligible for parking vouchers to cover their clinic visit. For additional information, please contact the clinic.
More information & contacts
For more information, to apply for retiree parking for the first time, to update your address or vehicle information or to renew your permit, contact Parking Services:
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