There is no free parking on the SFU Burnaby Campus; vehicles not displaying a valid SFU parking permit must pay the daily parking rate either at the ticket vending machine, or through the Passport Canada mobile app.
Students can purchase an Indoor permit, an Outdoor permit, or a Residence permit for the semester.
Note: Outdoor permits tend to sell out so we recommend that you attend prior to the first week of classes to purchase. New sales start the month before semester start, renewals start two months before semester start.
|Permit Type||Valid Locations||Cost per Semester|
|Indoor Permit||West Parkade, South Parkade, North Parking, East Parking, & South Parking||$381.15 (Tax Inc.)|
|Outdoor Permit||North Parking, East Parking, & South Parking||$279.51 (Tax Inc.)|
|Residence Permit||Residence Main Lot||$279.51 (Tax Inc.)|
Please visit the Parking and Sustainable Mobility Services offices to purchase your parking permit for the coming semester; remember to bring photo ID with you, as well as all your vehicle information (license plate, make & model etc.)
Roaming Privileges are in effect after 4:30pm on weekdays, and all day on weekends and statutory holidays. During this time any permit holder may park in any permit lot, visitor lot, or any space not marked disability or 24 Hours Reserved.
- Vehicles MUST be registered to a permit before they are parked on campus.
- A vehicle may only be registered to one account at a time.
- A maximum of four vehicles can be registered to a parking permit; only one vehicle may be parked with a permit on campus at a time.
- The permit holder is responsible for all fines issued to the license plates registered to their permit.
Permit Holders are responsible for keeping their vehicle information up to date with Parking & Sustainable Mobility Services; please fill out an online account information update form, or send an email with the make, model, colour, and license plate number of the vehicle along with your SFU ID number or permit number to email@example.com
If a permit is lost or stolen, the permit holder must visit the Parking & Sustainable Mobility Service Office to fill out a lost/stolen permit report form. There is a replacement fee of $7.00 to obtain a new permit.
All permit holders are responsible for reading and abiding by the Parking Regulations; Parking and Sustainable Mobility Services both tickets and impounds vehicles found to be parked in violation.