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
Vehicle info (make,model,year,color,license plate no)
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.