Persons with disabilities

Downtown campus - map of accessible parking spaces and building accessibility guide

Clicking on the image below will open a Google map page which shows the locations of accessible parking spaces on the downtown campus. If you have a permit authorizing parking in spaces designated for persons with disabilities but you do not have a McGill parking permit and you need to park in an accessible space located in a McGill permit holder only parking area, please contact Parking and Transportation Services to make arrangements.

Please visit the Office for Students with Disabilities website to view plans of all the downtown campus buildings which have accessible entrances, washrooms, and elevators.

McGill downtown campus accessible parking map - click to visit Google map page.

For daily, evening, and weekend rate information, please visit the Visitor parking page.

Staff

Staff members who have a disability, medical condition, or temporary injury and require proximity parking may be able to obtain a permit for a parking area near their workplace. Please visit the Parking for Staff with Disabilities & Adapted Transport Service.

Please contact Parking and Transportation Services to obtain rate information for relevant permits.

Students

Students who have a disability, medical condition, or temporary injury and require proximity parking may be able to obtain a permit for parking areas near the buildings they need to access. The request must be made to the Office for Students with Disabilities.

Please contact Parking and Transportation Services to obtain rate information for relevant permits.

Visitors

The following University’s parking lots and garages which are open to the public have parking spaces designated for persons with disabilities:

Vehicles which park in spaces designated for persons with disabilities must have a parking permit for persons with disabilities displayed. These permits are issued by the Société de l’assurance automobile de Québec (SAAQ). For more information, please visit the SAAQ – Information on how to obtain a parking permit for persons with disabilities webpage.

If you are not from Quebec, you must display the equivalent of the Quebec parking permit for persons with disabilities from your province, territory, or state in order to use the accessible spaces.

For rate information, please visit the Visitor parking page.