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Main campus parking

Limited parking spaces for occasional guests or visitors to the Lower Campus buildings is available north of the James Administration Bldg. A McGill sponsor can reserve a spot, subject to availability, for an academic or administrative activity or McGill approved event. Weekend parking and weekday evening parking (after 5pm only) is open to the public on a first come first serve basis, as well as sponsored guests.

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Access to the FDA Courtyard and the Burnside garage unavailable from 5:30pm to midnight on weekdays only (September 8 to September 17 inclusive)

Drilling operations relating to the Pulp & Paper Research Centre project will make access to the Burnside garage and the FDA Courtyard lot unavailable from 5:30pm to midnight only on the following dates:

Staff parking

The areas available for parking purposes are limited and, as a result, demands for space exceed the supply. Parking may be available for staff members who reside in areas where public transportation is not readily accessible or those with children under the age of 5 years. Any such request is at the discretion of the manager and the staff member will be asked to provide a proof of residency if such authorization is granted.

Student parking

The areas available for parking purposes are limited and, as a result, demands for space exceed the supply. Parking may be available in McIntyre garage for students who reside in areas where public transportation is not readily accessible or those with children under the age of 5 years.

Downtown campus

Parking & Transportation Services

The mission of the Parking & Transportation Services department is to support the academic, research and service missions of the University community, by managing all parking activities on the downtown campus, with special focus on safety, customer service, and balancing our efforts for the University's collective welfare.

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