Information Box Group
GENERAL INFORMATION & APPLICATION GUIDELINES
- Retiree permits are not transferable between persons and a McMaster parking application must be completed in full before a retiree permit can be issued.
- Retiree permits are issued on a 12 month basis and must be renewed annually; renew prior to your expiry date by email, or by postal mail
- If you resume working for the University, you will need to pay for your parking permit
HOW TO APPLY
If you have recently retired and need a retiree permit for the first time or if you need to renew an expired retiree permit, please apply by emailing the following information to firstname.lastname@example.org
- First and Last name
- Contact Phone number
- Email address
- Mailing address
- Vehicle info (make,model,year,color,license plate no)
- Employee Number
CONDITIONS OF PARKING
Retiree Parking Access as of Sept 1st 2021
Retiree transponders parking access is provided as follows:
- May to August each year:
- Access to lots B, C, D, H, I, K, N, P and Underground Stadium at all times
- September to April each year:
- Access to Lots B, C, D and I will be permitted after 12:30 pm on weekdays.
- Access to Lots N, P, K, H, and Underground Stadium at all times on weekdays.
- Access to Lots B, C, D, H, I, K, N, P and Underground Stadium at all times on weekends and statutory holidays.
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 a MTO permit, please contact our office by email at email@example.com
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 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.