Flexible, multi-use permits will be sold in 10-use packs at a cost of $70 ($7 per entry) and is a cost effective alternative to daily parking in the visitor lots (10 entries @ the daily visitor’s rate of $10 is equal to $100). The savings with using the Flexible Multi-use Parking Permit is $30). Permits can be purchased on MyHumber by credit card payment only. Staff Payroll deduction is not available for multi-use permit purchases.
Using the Flexible Multi-use Permit Option:
Full-time staff and faculty MUST download and use the GotMyCard app and use the Humber ONECard app on their mobile phone for entry to Lot 9 (Note that no physical cards will be issued) ONECard Download
Permit is valid for 10 parking lot entries. Note that each entry utilizing ONECard is counted as a new entry (i.e. same day in and out privileges are not available).
Additional entry packs can be purchased as required.
Parking Permit General Information
Parking permits are available on a first come, first serve basis.
A permit is issued for use of the registered owner(s) only and cannot be, transferred, re-sold, loaned to another for any reason at any time.
At all Lakeshore Campus parking lots and the Centre for Trades & Technology (110 Carrier Drive), a hang tag permit must be hung from the rear view mirror with the number & validity info facing out, so as to be clearly visible from the outside.
A valid permit is the only proof that the vehicle has a right to be in a permit parking lot. Permits are numbered, controlled and subject to daily verification.For more information, please view the back of the parking permit.
At North Campus, the off campus lot on Queens Plate Drive, and at 85 Woodbine Downs, each permit holder is assigned a numbered “virtual” permit in our system, A physical hang tag permit is no longer required to be displayed on the vehicle while parked within the gate controlled permit parking lots.
The purchase of a permit constitutes an agreement on the part of the registered owner(s) to abide by the rules as enforced by Humber Parking Services. Humber Parking Regulations and Municipal Bylaws apply to ALL motor vehicles.
Vehicles in violation of these rules will be subject to a Parking Infraction Notice issued under the authority of the Toronto Police Parking Enforcement Contract Services.
For more information, please view the back of the parking permit.
Refunds for parking permits must be arranged through Parking Services in person. Refunds for Lakeshore Campus and the Centre for Trades & Technology will only be processed when Parking Services has physically received your permit. Prorated Refunds will not be issued for part time staff semester permits returned prior to the end of the semester as they are already heavily discounted in price.
To initiate the refund process, email: firstname.lastname@example.org to schedule a time to stop by the Parking Services Kiosk at the North Campus or M Building Security at the Lakeshore Campus to submit your parking permit.